Gresgarth Hall Gardens
Gresgarth Hall
Gresgarth Hall Gardens is a 12-acre garden on a sloping site above a tributary of the River Lune. The garden is arranged as a series of terraces below the historic Gothic style house of Gresgarth Hall.

The gardens feature colourful plants, with a predominance of pink, silver-white, and purple blossoms, meant to complement the grey stone of the mansion. A variety of zodiacal signs are created by pebble mosaic. Near the garden terrace is a kitchen garden.

The valley sides are lush with rare and unusual trees and shrubs, with many Japanese varieties. The Oriental theme is continued with a Chinese bridge crossing Artle Beck at the bottom of the valley. In amongst the foliage are scattered sculptures and follies, both classical and modern in style. There are circular walks around a peaceful lake, and colourful planted borders to enjoy.