Garden is situated
close to Ambleside
on the A591 and offers fine views over Lake Windermere
from its eight  acres.
Within the woodland garden you will find a excellent
collection of shrubs that includes rhododendrons, azaleas,
camellias, magnolias, embothriums and and ericaceous
You will find steep slopes with one  valley having
a beck with a few small waterfalls on as it cascades
through the woodland.
gardens were created by the late Cubby Acland for the
National Trust until his retirement in 1973.
It is advisable to
contact Stagshaw Garden prior to your visit if there
is something specific you wish to see or any alterations
have been made to the Opening times and the attraction
Further information and details on opening
times, costs and facilities please contact or
visit web site.