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Fyne Court Information
Fyne Court is a National Trust owned nature reserve and visitor centre set in parkland which was originally the pleasure grounds of a large house belonging to pioneer 19th-century electrician, Andrew Crosse. The house burnt down in 1898.
Much of the landscaping, including an arboretum created in 1780, has become overgrown and now provides varied habitats including broadleaved woodland, ponds and meadows grazed by highland cattle. The site is home to over 100 species of fungi and some rare invertebrates.
A circular walk around the grounds and dogs are welcome on leads.
Facilities include toilets, picnic area, and courtyard tea-room serving light lunches and afternoon tea.
For more information see the Fyne Court website
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