Rydall Hall Waterfall
Rydal Hall is a Grade II listed house on the outskirts of the village of Rydal, Cumbria in the Lake District. It has an early 19th century front facade, but includes some earlier fabric.
Sir Daniel Fleming (1633–1701) developed the landscape as an early Picturesque garden incorporating Rydal Beck and its natural waterfalls. 'The Grot' (a summerhouse designed for viewing a waterfall) became a major attraction for a succession of visiting artists and writers in the 18th and 19th century.