Family home to the Hasell family since 1679, Dalemain is a beautiful mixture of mediaeval, Tudor & Georgian, situated in a landscape of rolling parkland, lakes and rugged Cumbrian hills. It is hardly surprising that when the first Edward Hasell set eyes on the medieval manor house in this beautiful valley, he fell in love with it.
Visit the Dalemain Gardens and enjoy five acres of richly planted borders with intriguing and unusual planting include the Rose Walk, ancient apple trees, Tudor knot garden and blue Himalayan poppies. The gardens also contain an earth sculpture, wild flower spiral garden, stumpery and parkland walk. HHA/Christie’s Garden of the Year 2013, this is a garden to be savoured.
We are operating under the strictest social distancing rules, and have additional measures in place to ensure the safety of guests and staff.
We are offering a delicious range of homemade takeaway food and drink, and our marmalade shop is open in the corner barn selling the very best marmalades in the world. The mansion will remain closed until further notice. We ask visitors to Dalemain to obey all social distancing measures, to ensure that everyone can enjoy the gardens safely.
We regret that dogs are not permitted in the Historic Gardens. They are however very welcome in corner barn, the courtyard, and on the estate walk to Dacre.