Welcome to Dalemain
"We love Dalemain as our home, it is a very special house with an extraordinarily warm and welcoming atmosphere, and it is our pleasure to share it with the many visitors and friends who chance upon it."
Robert and Jane Hasell-McCosh
Dalemain has been the home of the Hasell-McCosh for eleven generations. Here, visitors can discover and enjoy four centuries of history, 5 acres of celebrated gardens, historic parkland and home-made food served in the Mediaeval Hall Tearoom. Home to the World's Original Marmalade Awards & Festival held at Dalemain annually in March.
Click here to view Dalemain's 2014 Visitor Leaflet.
WELCOME to Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens - Easter & Summer Opening times
The Historic House & Gardens officially opened for the Summer Season on Sunday 6th April 2014. We are open Sunday to Thursday 10.30am to 5pm.
PENRITH REMEMBERS 1914 - 1918
Penrith Remembers Launches The Centenary Programme of the Commemoration of the World War 1
Penrith Remembers has now collated all the local events for the coming year which commemorates the beginning of the First World War. It will be launched at Dalemain on 8 April 2014. This will be attended by Brigadier Chris Coles.
Dalemain Wins HHA/Christie's Prestigious Garden of the Year Award 2013
The charming English gardens of Dalemain, nestled in the Lake District, have won the 2013 Garden of the Year Award sponsored by the Historic Houses Association and Christie’s. This prestigious national award, now in its 29th year, is designed to recognise the importance of gardens with outstanding horticultural and public appeal, either in their own right or as the setting for an historic house.
Dalemain wins prestigious Heritage Award for best event 2012
Dalemain has been presented with a prestigious Hudson’s Heritage Award for Best Event 2012 - The World’s Original Marmalade Awards & Festival.