A snowy morning at Sizergh, Cumbria

What's on

Upcoming events

Guided Walk: Sizergh Fell

Mon 07 Mar 2022
Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk on Sizergh’s farmed estate.

Guided Walk: Helsington Church

Mon 07 Mar 2022
Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk through ancient trees and historic landscape.

Hawfinch watch - 25 March, 1, 8 & 22 April

Fri 25 Mar 2022
Wrap up warm and join our expert Ranger Rob for a chance to spot a hawfinch at first light.

Things to see and do

Walks on the estate


Eating and shopping

Courgette and basil soup

Enjoy a taste of Sizergh

In the shadow of Sizergh Castle, our contemporary café is open seven days a week from 10am. With fresh, seasonal produce grown in the garden used in our food it’s easy to enjoy a taste of Sizergh when you visit us.



Group visits

Group bookings at Sizergh

We're happy to be able to take group bookings again. With the historic house, café, rich gardens and surrounding countryside to explore, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Book in your group visit with us today.


Our work


Places to stay

The stone exterior at 3 Courtyard Cottage, Kendal, Cumbria

3 Courtyard Cottage

Stay within the gardens here at Sizergh in this fabulous 3-bedroom cottage. It's the perfect base from which to enjoy the castle grounds and surrounding countryside.

The exterior of Holeslack Farmhouse, Kendal, Cumbria

Holeslack Farmhouse  

Holeslack offers the chance to stay in an authentic Grade II listed, Lake District farmhouse but with all the mod-cons. With panoramic views of the surrounding countryside towards the medieval castle, you'll never be short of inspiring walks when you stay.


Art and collections

The Inlaid Chamber showing inlaid state bed at Sizergh Castle, Cumbria

The return of the inlaid panelling to Sizergh Castle 

The Inlaid Chamber at Sizergh Castle contains the finest inlaid panelling ever made for an English country house. Learn more about its origins and the story of its past removal and recent reinstatement.

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Sizergh on the National Trust Collections website