The Armathwaite Hall Estate is part of the wider Lake District National Park .
The estate comprises of over 200 Hectares of farmland, open parkland, ancient woodland, lake shore and river bank.
Boasting 2 sssi sites (site of special scientific importance) and over 27 Ha of managed upland hay meadow, one of the Uks most threatened habitats.
The Estate is managed to enhance biodiversity using low input farming and forestry practices to create a mosaic of habitats.
Domestic breeds such as Belted Galloways and Bagot goats can be seen living alongside numerous species of wild animals the likes of otter, barn owls, roe deer brown hare are frequently seen not to mention the abundance of wild flowers.