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Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction Capesthorne Hall


Siddington, Macclesfield SK11 9JY T: 01625 861221 E: info@capesthorne.com W: capesthorne.com


The turreted house of Capesthorne Hall sits within its gardens like a painting of a classical country house. In front is rolling parkland including organised groups of trees, an Ice House, an Old Boat House and no fewer than three lakes. Closer to the house, herbaceous borders burst with life, rhododendrons and azaleas add striking colours, bluebell woods and a walk leading to an arboretum create added interest and are particularly beloved of wedding parties. Don’t forget the house: it dates from 1719 and is still owned by the Bromley-Davenport family.


Open: 1st April – 31st October; Sunday, Monday & Bank Holidays. Gardens & Chapel: 12noon – 5pm. Hall: 1.30pm – 4pm. Last admission at 3.30pm. Butlers Pantry is open for light refreshments, 12noon – 4.30pm.


Admission: Hall, Gardens & Chapel: Sunday & Bank Holidays, Adult £7.50, Child (5 –16) £4, Seniors £6.50, Family ticket £18.50 (parents & children up to 16 years in same car). Gardens & Chapel only: Adult £5, Child (5 –16) £3, Seniors £4. Hall, Gardens & Chapel: Mondays only £12.50 per vehicle (max. 4 people, additional people £2.50 each). Minibus (max. 12 people) £47.50, Coach (max. 50 people) £95.


Location: Between Congleton & Wilmslow, on A34; 6.5 miles north of Congleton; 8 miles from M6, at J18.


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7 Accessibility: Compacted paths & ramps; easy parking; disabled toilets.


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