Hutton in the Forest

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M6, Junction 41; 3 minutes


Weds, Thurs, Sun and BH Mon 10.30am-4.30pm
(house and tea-room)
Sun-Fri 10am-5pm (Gardens)
(Apr 2-Oct 8)

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    Dog friendly

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    Kid friendly

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    Disabled access

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    Free WiFi for visitors

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    Vegetarian or vegan options

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    Gluten-free options

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    Parking available onsite

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This magnificent house on the edge of the Lake District (the ancient family home of Lord and Lady Inglewood) is a glorious mix of architectural and decorative styles. Once a medieval stronghold to protect the Borders - it still has its pele tower - it has been extended into a grand, crenelated mansion. There's a small entrance fee to tour the house and gardens but it is well worth it: the vast grounds are a fittingly magnificent setting for Hutton with the spectacular Walled Garden the jewel in the crown.

The Cloisters Tea Room is free to enter and is a fabulous medieval affair of arched windows, stone floors, beamed ceilings, coats of arms and dark wood furniture. Delicious homemade light lunches are served when the House is open and daily-baked cakes and scones accompany pots of tea and cafetières of coffee. For Afternoon Tea, book in advance. A huge dresser displays local chinaware, preserves, cards and craft souvenirs.

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Hutton in the Forest,
CA11 9TH
Tel - 01768 484449
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