Accommodations in Penrith near Hutton-in-the-Forest (Penrith, United Kingdom)
Hutton-in-the-Forest (Penrith, United Kingdom)
Hutton-in-the-Forest is a country house near Penrith. Dating from the 14th century it has been owned by just two families in that time, and is still the home of Lord Inglewood. The forest in the name is the Royal Forest of Inglewood, once the second largest royal forest in England. Being close to the Scottish border it was fortified, and its well known Pele Tower, built about 1350, still stands. The interior reflects the different periods of its history, from the medieval Stone Hall to the Victorian Drawing Room, all furnished and decorated appropriately. The house is surrounded by extensive gardens, consisting of formal flower beds and lawns, woodland and parkland. The house is open from 1 April - 30 September, the gardens remaining open until 31 October. There is a car park and tearoom. Groups, including schools, are welcome, although there is limited access for disabled visitors.
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