• Pick up a copy of the guide to the Dalemain-Dacre walk. This estate walk passes various sites such as the Dalemain Deer Park, 'Canon's Bump', Dacre Castle, and St. Andrew's Church in Dacre. Copies of this leaflet can also be bought in the Shop at Dalemain for the same price.
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    We have a wide variety of Dalemain postcards available. These A6-size postcards feature photography by Hermione Hasell-McCosh, and are a great little extra!
  • Get drawing with our Dalemain pencils! They are available in four different colours: black, navy, green, and burgundy, and are a great little extra!  The text on the side reads: Dalemain Historic House, Cumbria.
  • This Dalemain Notebook is a perfect fit for our Dalemain pencils! The spiral-bound notebook features a photograph of the front of Dalemain Mansion, and the paper inside is lined.
  • This card displays the unique Chinese wallpaper of the Chinese Room at Dalemain Mansion. This intricately hand-painted wallpaper was brought to Dalemain in the 18th century, and is riotously alive with birds, insects and flowers.
  • Dalemain Marmalade Awards Pens
    Keep the spirit of the Marmalade Festival going all year round with our orange Marmalade Festival pens! BLACK INK
  • The perfect present for marmalade lovers and makers everywhere. Stir your marmalade to victory next year with this!
  • Using apples and mint from the Dalemain Kitchen Garden, this chutney has a fresh taste that particularly compliments Stilton and different curries.
  • A dominant tomato flavour with the body of the apple making it a good partner with a sharp Cheddar and homemade bread.
  • Our Dalemain Christmas Chutney is available exclusively over the festive season and is handmade in our own Dalemain kitchens. It combines cranberries, ginger and peppercorns to create a slightly spiced chutney.
  • Apple & Brandy Marmalade
    The walled gardens at Dalemain are full of heritage apple trees and this marmalade was often made using windfalls.  Taking this as inspiration, the combination of textures and the complimentary depth of brandy makes it one of our most popular marmalades. The subtle notes of the grapefruit mean the marmalade goes as well with the sweet as with savoury. Added to a gooey, apple sponge cake, you are in the dangerously addictive realm of eating the entire cake in one sitting. MEDIUM CUT
  • Drink from this utterly delightful mug covered in the birds and flowers that paper the Chinese Room at Dalemain. The wallpaper was brought to Dalemain in the 1750's as a balance in a tea ship and is one of the oldest examples of wallpaper from the time in England.

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