Graythwaite Hall is a 17th century house which is surrounded by parkland and woodland.
Thomas Mawson was commissioned in 1896 to redesign the gardens in the Arts and Crafts style. Features include a rose garden, Dutch garden, a terrace, yew hedges and ornamental features such as globes and sundials.
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- Features & Designations
Arts And Crafts
- Garden Terrace
- Description: Yew hedges.
- Hall (featured building)
- Description: Graythwaite Hall is a c17 house
- Rose Garden, Dutch Garden, Gardens
- Description: 1896 redesign (Thomas Mawson) w in the Arts and Crafts style.
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