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The House dates from medieval times with later additions and is the home of Lord and Lady Inglewood. Shown around by guided tour. Lots to see including the stone hall at the base of the pele tower, impressive dining room, carved wood cupids on the...More
Hutton in the Forrest is a beautiful place. The gardens are a fantastic place for a walk, and you have fantastic views of the house. The walled garden in particular is great, with fruit trees and flowers.
Great tea room, and everyone is very friendly...More
What an excellent family home and gardens. Timed guided tours. We had Mrs Shirley Matthews a witty guide with a wealth of knowledge.
The food in the cafe did let us down, quite bland sausage pannini. Plus never had brie served with branston as part...More
We were so lucky with the weather & that made our trip (with pooch) to Hutton in the Forest so much nicer.
Have been here before - probably about 10 years ago, but I’d forgotten how lovely the gardens & grounds are.
Very friendly staff...More
The guide was amusing and informativ4e about the many idiosyncrasies in the architecture and contents of the home. Simon Jenkins in his "England's Thousand Best Homes" only give 3 houses in Cumbria 4 stars of which this house is one, writing highly of its many...More
Living locally & never having been before we decided to 'pop in'! So pleased we did. A very informative guided tour of a stunning house full of artefacts & history, and a few modern twists! The gardens were lovely in full bloom & even the...More
I am lucky enough to live just round the corner from Hutton-in-the-Forest and it is my most favourite place. The house is very interesting, and each bit is a different age. It is full of gorgeous antiques, paintings and tapestries but you get a real...More
A spectacular old house that's still lived in and clearly well loved and looked after. The cafe serves nice tea and coffee and adequate lunch. The extensive grounds include a lake, wild flower meadow and more formal rose, flower and fruit areas near the house....More
We loved the gardens here - this is a small country estate but unlike larger more well known commercial ones it is very intimate and on the beautiful sunny day there last week we had the place to ourselves
There is an honesty box for...More