This is Tyntesfield, a National Trust property at Wraxall just outside Bristol. As it's slightly off the beaten track and we don't normally have a car when we're in Bristol we'd never been before. This time we made sure to visit.
It's a Victorian house in the gothic revival style built by a fertiliser magnate - fertiliser was obviously very profitable back then!
As you can see it was a very grey day!
The house has its own chapel which looks much larger from the outside than it did inside!
Some of the decor elements in the house were really pretty:
Ornate wallpaper (sorry it isn't sharp; taken in a dimly lit room using high ISO)
Lovely upholstery fabric
More stained glass
Definitely worth a visit if you're ever in the Bristol area.