Wray Castle

Important notice -

Our countryside space is open. Wray Castle remains closed. We ask all visitors to follow government guidance on travel and social distancing to keep everyone safe.

Gothic Revival castle sitting on the shores of Lake Windermere with turrets, towers and informal grounds

Wray Castle

Things to see and do


Car parks for Windermere west shore 

Best explored on foot or by bike, Windermere west shore is the place to go for lakeside strolls, great views and picnics by the water. Here’s a handy guide to our car parks along Windermere west shore to help you plan your day.

Spring walks around Wray Castle

Wray Castle


View of chocolate flavoured baked items in the cafe at Wray Castle

Eating at Wray Castle 

Indulge yourself with a sweet treat and coffee to takeaway from the Pop-up Coffee Cabin at Wray Castle.

Wray Castle

Places to stay

Wray Castle


Hardwicke Rawnsley, co-founder of the National Trust

Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley at Wray Castle 

Did you know that one of the founders of the National Trust had a close connection to Wray Castle?