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Enjoy the gardens, relax in the Kitchen Garden Cafe and visit the animals. The gardens are full of interesting features including colourful terraces and herbaceous borders, formal lawns, kitchen gardens, woodlands, meadows and ponds. There are...more
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We stopped for a walk in the grounds and had a light lunch in cafe which is very pleasant with a good choice of food at reasonable prices. We did not go into castle or gardens as it was winter and doubted there would be...More
It's a couple of years since our last visit. A nice quiet hidden gem of a garden. In this most recent visit we were also fortunate to see six different red squirrels in different parts of the grounds, including some of this years new additions....More
We missed the garden in full bloom on our visit to the Lakes in the summer but we were so impressed with the garden tour for which a hand made numbered map is provided.
It's not often that you get to nosey inside the polytunnels...More
I've lived in South Cumbria for 3 years now and this was my first trip to Askham Hall Gardens and it will definitely not be my last. I would love to go back next year when the Alliums are in bloom. My husband and I...More
I love meeting up with friends here for coffee/tea and cake, not one bit nearly always 2 cakes because they are so nice I can never choose. the gardens are lovely to walk around, staff are always chatty and friendly. This place is a real...More
The garden is delightful to place to have a coffee and cafe inside has rustic charm. the coffee is good , i would have liked to have a coffee in mugs which hang in a row behind the counter as the normal " bowl "...More