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Yarlington House, Somerset

Gloriously busy in the Summer and well known for its' numerous charity fairs, galas and weddings, this exposed garden is also transformed into a silent winter wonderland, when fragrant shrubs and evergreens are draped with frost.


Season:
Winter


Location:
Yarlington, Near Wincanton, Somerset, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Heather Edwards - Owners: Charles & Carolyn de Salis


Feature No:   4411 

Qty of Images:    70 

 



 
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Synopsis
Yarlington House is an imposing red brick house in Somerset built in 1782. Owned by Carolyn and Charles de Salis, Yarlington was once used as a home for evacuees in the war and boasts an original walled garden with glasshouse, dovecote, ha-ha with parkland views, Rose garden, Lily pond, pergola and Italianate sunken garden.

 

 

 
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