Belmont is Grade II* listed with ancient woodland, historic park and gardens and a variety of properties. Located less than ten minutes from Bristol’s famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, it sits in the beautiful countryside of North Somerset, right next to the National Trust’s Tyntesfield.
Enjoying stunning views over the Bristol Channel, the serenity of Belmont has to be experienced first-hand to be truly understood.
The reinvention of Belmont is a lifestyle journey. The vision is to share the calm, simple, elegant and natural beauty of an English country estate through shared experiences that include food, music and theatre in venues ranging from the walled garden to the woodland.
The ultimate destination is the ongoing preservation and sustainability of a heritage asset.
Belmont’s and Tyntesfield history are inextricably intertwined. For over a century until 2001 they were one and the same estate and their residents have long been part of Bristol’s merchant heritage.
Belmont’s current owners are no exception. Part of Bristol life for almost 200 years, they have, since 2012, re-assembled the land and buildings from what had become a fragmented and independently owned diverse collection. Now a single country estate again, Belmont is as it would have been when the Gibbs family visited and from which they re-built Tyntesfield.
Today, the focus is about investing to build Belmont into a modern, working estate start to generate its own income to sustain itself for many years to come.