Holker Hall Gardens
The immaculately kept Gardens at Holker Hall (25 acres in all) are part woodland, part formal and essentially Victorian in character.
Holker Hall & Gardens - The 200 acre 'natural' parkland is the result of the late 18th century planting of Lord George Cavendish. In the early 19th century several new features were added: an arboretum, a conservatory, balustraded terraces by the House, and a large walled kitchen garden.
Lord and Lady Cavendish have sought not only to conserve the historic but have made changes and additions to the Gardens that are still being made today the old croquet lawn planted as a 'garden room' is one of the formal highlights of a visit to Holker Hall.
Make sure you leave time to see inside this historic house.
2018 Holker Hall and Gardens
Cafe, Food Hall and Gift Shop open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
from 3rd February to 24th March, 10.30am - 4pm.
NEW Snowdrop Weekends - The snowdrop season usually opens in February, check website for further details.
Main Season - Hall & Gardens, Cafe, Food Hall and Gift Shop
Saturday 25th March to Sunday 29th October, Wednesday to Sunday (& Bank Holiday Mondays) 10.30am - 5pm (Hall 11am - 4pm)
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- Street: Holker Hall, Cark in Cartmel
- Postcode: LA11 7PL
- City: Grange-over-Sands
- County: Cumbria
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 015395 58328
HOTELS AND PLACES TO STAY NEAR TO GARDEN
If you want to take a break near Holker Hall, why not stay in one of our recommended hotels. Each hotel has genuine guest reviews enabling you to book from anywhere in the world in total confidence. Look now - click here.