Stagshaw Garden
Stagshaw Garden
An attractive woodland garden on a steep hillside, famous for its collection of flowering shrubs. Stagshaw was the creation of Cubby Acland, regional agent for the National Trust. Acland created a garden luxurious in rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, and other flower shrubs.

There are lovely walks from Stagshaw through neighbouring Skelghyll Woods, with further access onto the Lakeland fells. There is seasonal opening in spring and early summer, and admission by appointment through the end of October. See the National Trust website for full details.