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Rode Hall

NewRode Hall Snowdrop Walks


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Snowdrop Walks
1st February 2020 - 1st March 2020

Rode Hall is a fine early eighteenth-century country house set in a Repton landscape. It has been the home of the Wilbraham family since 1669 and the extensive grounds include a woodland garden, a formal garden designed by Nesfield in 1869 and a large walled kitchen garden. Very popular for Snowdrop Walks in February and Bluebells in May.

Delightful courtyard kitchen serving homemade lunches, cream teas and refreshments.

Monthly Farmers' Market on first Saturday of each month.

Church Lane Scholar Green Stoke-on-Trent ST7 3QP
01270 873237

Happy New Year to all our visitors.
In these bleak cold January days we are very much looking forward to our Snowdrop Walk which starts on February 1 until March 2 open Tuesday - Sunday 11-4pm. It is a great tonic to see their little white heads popping up in the Old Wood and a sure sign that Spring is on its way. Look forward to seeing you all.

Rode Hall Snowdrop Walks

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Come and see one of the most famous Snowdrop Walks in the North West. With over 50 varieties carpeting the old wood they truly are a sight to behold and a sure sign Spring is on its way!
Tearooms open with new Snowdrops menu serving homemade cakes, light lunches and refreshments.
Dogs on leads welcome.
For group bookings call 01270 873237 or e-mail


Join us on a brief yet fascinating journey in to the history of Rode Hall, one of Cheshire’s most exquisite country houses. Discover more about its rich heritage and how the Baker Wilbraham family who have owned it for approaching three hundred and fifty years have contended with the challenges of social change and architectural trends through to its ongoing conservation and restoration today. Enjoy a whistle-stop tour of the highs and lows of the house and how one family have ensured its safe upkeep and place in the community over the years. Today, it is enjoyed by families from far and wide who come to enjoy the house and splendid gardens, fantastic events including the monthly farmers market and a welcome treat in the delightful tearooms.

Scholar Green
01270 873 237 Rating [Unrated]

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