Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Cheshire

Please note that not all properties included in this section offer free access to HHA Friends. Those that offer free access have the words Free to Friends in the More Information section on the right hand side of their entries and are also listed in the annual Friends Handbook. No other properties can be visited free.

Showing 9 properties in Cheshire

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Adlington Hall - Cheshire
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The extensive gardens and grounds of Adlington Hall sit comfortably between the rising hills of the Peak District and the rocky escarpment that is Alderley Edge. They have occupied this choice position for at least five hundred years and reflect that lon... read more
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Good example of early Victorian Jacobean-style mansion (1833-41) with fine plasterwork, panelling, grand staircase and chapel by Salvin. Egerton Warburton painting collection.

Features: The 12-acre gardens, some of the finest in Britain, in... read more
Capesthorne Hall - Cheshire
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Capesthorne Hall near Macclesfield has been the family home of the Bromley Davenports since 1726.

The distinctive Jacobean style house with its Georgian Chapel and delightful gardens and lakes is set in over 100 acres of parkland.
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Stunning ornamental gardens dominated by the romantic revival castle with extensive lakeside and woodland walks.

This property offers free access to HHA Friends and Members during normal opening hours - please check opening times. read more
Dorfold Hall - Cheshire
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Quintessentially English, Dorfold Hall is a magnificent brick and stone gabled, Jacobean house which was originally built in 1616 and is surrounded by enchanting gardens and woodland. Oozing old English charm at every corner, it makes for a breathtaking c... read more
Peover Hall - Cheshire
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A Grade II* listed Elizabethan family house dating from 1585. Situated within some 500 acres of landscaped 18th Century parkland with formal gardens designed c. 1890 that include a series of “garden rooms” filled with clipped box, a lily pond, Romanesque ... read more
Tatton Park - Cheshire
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Tatton Park is one of the North of England's most impressive historic estates and welcomes you to a variety of attractions. During your visit you can enjoy the 50 acres of Gardens, an historic Mansion, a Tudor Old Hall and a 1930s working Farm. The stunni... read more
Rode Hall - Cheshire
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Built in 1705 and significantly expanded in 1752, Rode Hall is a comfortable, red brick country house bounded by a Humphrey Repton park and lake. In the early 19th century John Hope altered the interior to give a Regency feel to the entrance hall and othe... read more
Bramall Hall - Cheshire
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Spectacular black-and-white timber-framed Tudor manor house, newly refurbished, with additional rooms open to the public, set in approximately 60 acres of parkland. Formal beds are found close to the House, while a small river valley contains unspoilt lak... read more