The Garden Landscape Guide

Rode Hall Garden

The red brick house with a garden and park designed by Humphry Repton. A rose garden was added by William Nesfield in 1860. The woodland garden and grotto were also nineteenth century additions. There is also a 2 acre walled garden. An Italian Garden is being developped in the ruins of the Old Tenants Hall.

Church Lane, Scholar Green, Cheshire, England, ST7 3QP

April to September. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Bank Holiday Monday. Open 2pm to 5pm. Gardens also open in February for snowdrops, daily except Monday, noon to 4pm - light lunches and teas available.

Adult House & Garden £5.00, Garden only £3.00

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  • about 4 years by Anonymous 4 / 5

    Beautiful gardens with many varied features. The snowdrop walks in Feb are the best I've ever seen. Also has a fantastic farmers' market on first Sat of month.

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Rode hall gardens Photograph © Val Corbett
Rodehallgardens Photograph © Val Corbett