Last updated on 12 September 10

Rode Hall Garden

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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.
Address - Church Lane, Scholar Green, Cheshire, England, ST7 3QP
Opening times - 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.
Admission - Adult House & Garden £5.00, Garden only £3.00
Website - Visit the Rode Hall Garden website

Designers and Influences

This garden has been designed and influenced by William Andrews Nesfield, Humphry Repton

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  • over 3 years ago Anonymous said

    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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