Dutton Hall
Lancashire's Premier Classic Rose Garden

Garden Details

The garden to the North of the house has been developed out of fields in the last few years and while our garden is still being created we have an extensive collection of old-fashioned roses (over 200 varieties).  

We are delighted to have recently been awarded National Collection Status by NCCPG Plant Heritage, for our collection of Rosa Hybrid Musk varieties introduced by Pemberton & Bentall 1912-1939.

 

Valley and Roses

Rear of the house

Inside the Orangery

Entrance

House and Knot Garden

The North garden is informal with extensive views down the Ribble Valley to Ribchester and Preston. The best views are obtained from our “Snail Mound”.

Also to the North of the house is a small wild flower meadow, a newly built rockery and a terraced bed.

An old cattle shed has been converted into an orangery which contains a large variety of  plants

Move on to the Front Garden which is formal and set against the backdrop of the house. Look out for the knot garden and take in the heavy scent of the roses within the walls.

Details of Garden Open Days and Other events can be found on our Events Page.