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Holker Hall is the home of the Cavendish Family who welcome visitors of all ages to one of the best-loved stately homes in Britain. Magnificently situated only a short distance from Grange-over-Sands and the expanse of Morecambe Bay and is set in...more
Cark-in-Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands LA11 7PL, England
All reviews family home well worth a visit formal gardens cakes gift shop national trust lovely house and gardens courtyard cafe stately home interesting house lime tree food shop deer park tea room open to the public entry price room guides
Visited today and was on the whole very interesting and enjoyable. The man on the ticket desk was very pleasant.
I have to say Myra the lady on reception inside the hall itself could be a little bit more customer care user friendly. My teen...More
Great place. Plenty of period furniture, lots of information. Beautiful gardens but an extra charge if you want to walk around them. Great cafe with tasty food. Gift shop and toilets. Ample carparking and its free so thats a bonus
We visited Holker Hall and Gardens on a quiet Saturday at the end of September. Not really busy and were fortunate to hear the first talk of the day to introduce us to the hall and to gain a better understanding of the history. This...More
A brief unexpected downpour made spending our time inside the Hall a much better option than venturing outside in the splendid, famous Holker Hall gardens. How lovely to have the freedom to roam around this immaculately presented house without ropes, barriers or guides ... and...More
On a break in the lake district my friend and I visited Holker Hall. We were welcomed by a lovely gentleman at the gate who took our payment and gave us directions. The formal gardens are beautiful and one of the gardeners willingly answered all...More
Holker Hall is clearly a well loved, well used and well maintained Family home as well as being a Stately Home. Although it didn’t seem especially busy at the time of our visit, the guides were welcoming, knowledgeable and very willing to answer our questions....More
Mostly Edwardian furnishings, as it's still in use as a family home there are no barriers, you are trusted not to touch anything, which makes a nice change. Free parking and less expensive than nearby National Trust & private properties which charge for parking by...More