There’s space to sprawl out and picnic on the lawn, roses to roam among, fruit and vegetables growing in the kitchen garden and a chance to taste them in one of the dishes from the two onsite cafés.

On rainy days, why not go on a welly walk and splash in puddles, or shelter in the house and learn more about the objects, countries and adventures that inspired Tyntesfield’s founder, William Gibbs, on a Hispanic Explorer’s trail? Be sure to spot the llamas as you wander around, or try a spot of dressing up in the garden porch. There are regular family craft and storytelling sessions to book, and TYNTEfest, a festival for toddlers and their grown-ups.

Run riot in one of the four play areas, check off some of the 50 things to do before you’re 11¾, and make memories that last a lifetime at Tyntesfield this summer.

For more information or to book on to any of the events, head to: nationaltrust.org.uk/Tyntesfield