Graythwaite Hall Gardens (Newby Bridge) Reviews
Description:The gardens date from 1889, when Thomas Mawson of Windermere was commissioned to design six acres around Graythwaite ... more
Newest Review: ... in the Chateaux of France. A blend of the formal (Dutch garden, with its tulips, and the rose garden) and informal (rolling hills and paths through surrounding woodland). It’s a garden that’s at its best in the Spring – daffodils and rhododendrons and azaleas. Summer house is more of a trellis-covered arbour, very pleasant on a summer’s day, but wouldn’t offer ... more
Customer Graythwaite Hall Gardens (Newby Bridge) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/05/02, updated on 27/05/02 (Very useful, 450 readings)
Graythwaite Hall and Gardens is one of those well-kept secrets of the Lake District. The Hall was built in around 1660, and had some extension work done in the 18th century. Then in 1840 some major refacing was carried out, making it look like a Victorian gothic style manor house. The hall is not open to the public, but the gardens are. The estate has been owned by the Sandys family since the 17th century. In 1889 Colonel Thomas Sandys commissioned the redesign of the garden, which was done by Thomas Mawson of Troutbeck. It was his first major project, but he later became notable for his work in the Chateaux of France. A blend of the formal ... Read the complete review
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