Brockhole Garden

Brockhole Garden and visitor centre

Brockhole has 30 acres of gardens and grounds, designed by Thomas Mawson 1898.

Brockhole Garden and Vistor Centre.
Formal Edwardian. Terraced garden with clipped box and yew hedges.
• Spring bulbs, rhododendrons and azaleas, magnolias and camellias
• Herbaceous and mixed borders
• Old fashioned and shrub roses
• Wildflower meadow
• Kitchen garden with fruit, vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. The acid soils and unusually mild microclimate mean that Brockhole gardens are the place to see unusual plants such as Eucryphias, Desontaniea (Chilean Holly), Cupressus cashmeriana (Kashmir cypress, Crinodendron hookerianum (Chilean lantern tree) and many more.

Brockhole Garden Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website. Normally open all year.
Disabled access, dogs on lead. 
Visitor Centre, Shop and Cafe.


  • Telephone: 015394 46601
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • Street: Lake District Visitor Centre
  • Postcode: LA23 1LJ
  • City: Windermere
  • County: Cumbria
  • Country: United Kingdom


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Garden Location on a Map