Hutton-in-the-Forest

Lord and Lady Inglewood’s ancient house in the medieval Forest of Inglewood was originally built as a stronghold against the Scots. The house has evolved into an architectural puzzle with each generation leaving its mark both inside and outside.

The extensive gardens with topiary and terraces, a wild flower meadow and lake, lead round to the Walled Garden which is now the main flower garden. 

On B5305, 2 miles north-west of J41/M6.

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Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens

 

Penrith, CA11 9TH
Tel: 017684 84449
www.hutton-in-the-forest.co.uk

HIGHLIGHTS

Gardens: Tulips and lilies, herbaceous borders, roses and fruit trees are a mass of colour and interest throughout the summer.

Cloisters Tearoom: enjoy delicious homemade food and picnics, served inside and out.

Annual events: Plant and Food Fair, Classic Cars in the Park, The Wanasee Music Festival and Potfest in the Park.

Interiors: original William Morris wallpapers; the magnificent Cupid Staircase; an eclectic collection of contemporary ceramics.

Dogs: are welcome.

 

 

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