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All reviews rock garden national trust strickland family nt property nt members visited sizergh well worth a visit kitchen garden guided tour gardens are lovely vegetable garden autumn colours car park interesting house family home nice cafe lake district
Although we have passed by Sizergh Castle many times we have never stopped to see it , last week we did and so glad we did , what a gem , the history of the house was very interesting and the staff where very informative...More
The Acers are in great colour at the moment.
The house is interesting and if you get there early you can a pre opening tour for a pound. Well worth it to get an insight.
Some great architecture both inside and out with some interesting...More
We went on a gloomy, wet day which spoilt the garden walk and made the rooms very dark. There is an £11.50 entry fee, plus parking charges, plus a modest charge if booking the guided tour. The tour takes about 40 minutes, then you are...More
As we were staying locally, we decided to have a visit here. Absolutely worth it!
Grounds are extensive and stunning - particularly at this time of year. We would love to return to do some of the walks through the extensive grounds .
We arrived on a day that heavy rain and gales was forecast! We decided to expore the gardens first, as it was still dry. We were so glad we had done this as they were beautiful. The autumn leaves were beautiful. After doing this, we...More
We visited on Saturday 6th October a glorious sunny day. As said previously the Autumn leaves are on the trees and there was still a certain amount of colour in the garden. Grapes growing on the fruit wall and an abundant variety of apples growing...More
As we were staying in the Lake District we decided to visit as we have National Trust membership, it was an overcast day but we enjoyed our visit especially walking around the gardens and the Autumn Colours were lovely.
It is heartening that the family who owned this splendid castle for hundreds of years, and gave it to the National Trust in 1950, are still living there. Both house and garden are magnificent. It is clear that the a Trust are taking good care...More
We were mainly waiting for a car to be serviced and didn't really have long enough, it was raining so not the best time for gardens anyway. We arrived about 10.30 and had a very good bacon butty in the cafe and booked onto one...More
We went to Sizergh today and thoroughly enjoyed it- wonderful time of year to visit as the autumn leaves are on the trees, including the acers which looked fabulous.
I do agree with comments that it is a little expensive to visit the house and...More