Rydal Hall is a Grade II listed house on the outskirts of the village of Rydal, in the Lake District and located on the "Coffin Route" footpath, which leads to Grasmere and Ambleside. It has an early nineteenth-century front facade. The house used to be owned by the Le Fleming family, but now is under the ownership of the Diocese of Carlisle. The house is now used for retreats, conferences, courses and holidays near Rydal Water. "The Grot" at Rydal Falls is described in William Wordsworth’s early poem, ‘An Evening Walk’. The waterfall is featured in the last photo.