Rode Hall Gardens near Stoke
Rode Hall, an eighteenth century house set in a Repton garden landscape containing fine portraits, furniture and porcelain.
Rode Hall and Garden is a great place to visit The extensive gardens were designed by Humphrey Repton to give views of the lake and the grounds include a woodland garden with a terraced rock garden and grotto. The formal garden terraces were designed by Nesfield in 1860. There is a large walled kitchen garden, growing many varieties of fruit, vegetables and flowers; including world record gooseberries.
Rode Hall is renowned for its Snowdrop Walks in February and from April the wild garden is ablaze with fine rhododendrons and azaleas, with a carpet of bluebells in May.
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One of the most popular Snowdrop Walks in the North!
Over 70 varieties of Snowdrops swathe the Old Wood during February which is a sight to behold and a sure sign that Spring is on its way. Courtyard Kitchen open serving homemade lunches, cakes and refreshments.
Groups welcome by appointment (Please call 01270 873237)
Dogs on leads welcome
- Telephone: 01270873237
- Street: Rode Hall
- Postcode: ST7 3QP
- City: Stoke on Trent
- County: Cheshire
- Country: United Kingdom
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