Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire, ST7 3QP



Welcome to Rode Hall

Snowdrop Walks 3 Feb - 4 Mar 11 - 4pm (Closed Mons)

Come and experience one of the UK's finest Snowdrop Walks here at Rode Hall in Cheshire.  A beautiful end-of-winter walk for all the family with a wonderfully diverse landscape and over 70 varieties of Snowdrops. Walk amongst swathes of Snowdrops on a mile long route through the Old Wood and Wild Garden.
2018 is the 200th anniversary of the death of Humprhy Repton, the great landscape artist and Snowdrop time is one of the finest times to visit when the Repton landscape is most visible.

Our delightful tearooms complete with flaming woodburner are open serving homemade cakes, lunches and refreshments throughout the Snowdrop Walks 11-4pm.  For a sample menu
press here.

Adults £5*/Children £2/Under 5's free
*Please note RHS & HHA Cards are not valid during Snowdrop Walks
Dogs on leads welcome.
For group bookings please call 01270 873237.
Art Exhibition by local groups and artists in the barns Tues 6 Feb - Fri 2 March. Snowdrops by candlelight & refreshments at Odd Rode Church.

Summer Season 2 Apr - 26 Sep

Gardens & Tearooms
Wednesdays and Bank Holiday Mondays 11 am - 5pm (Tearooms til 4pm)

They are also open alongside the Farmers' Market on the first Saturday of each month. The tea rooms offer a selection of homemade cakes, lunches & refreshments using produce from our kitchen garden here at Rode.

House Only
Wednesdays and Bank Holiday Mondays  12 - 4pm
Guided tours are run throughout the afternoon.  Please buy tickets in tea room and consult notice board outside the house for exact tour times.

House & Gardens: Adults £8, Concessions £7, Children 5-15 £2, Under 5's free
Garden Only: Adults £5, Children 5-15 £2, Under 5's free.
RHS/HHA Members Free* (except special events i.e Snowdrop/Bluebell Walks)
25% off admission to National Art Pass Holders
Group visits welcome by appointment.  Please call 01270 873237 for more information.

Wheelchair users are most welcome but will find that not all areas of the grounds are possible to negotiate as the Snowdrop Walks in particular are steep and uneven. We can recommend a route on your arrival, bearing in mind that many of the paths are gravel or woodchip. Our conveniences and tearooms can be accessed easily as they are on level ground as well as the kitchen garden. Please call on 01270 873237 for further information.

Well behaved dogs on leads are most welcome.








Gardens & Tea Rooms

Latest news

Valentines at Rode

Love is in the air this week at Rode.  Treat your Valentine to a beautiful Spring Snowdrop Walk and then

House Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers to conduct our very popular guided tours round the house on Wednesday afternoons from April

What's On

- Bluebell Walks 28 April - 7th May 11-4 pm
- Snowdrop Farmers' Market Sat 3 Feb 9- 1.30 pm
- Christmas Market 2 Dec 9-1.30 pm
- Autumn Farmers' Market 4 Nov 9-1.30pm



'It is our intention that the family should continue to live here for many years to come.'

The House


'On closer approach, it becomes apparent that this handsome home is, in effect, two houses in one.'



Rode Hall is home to an important collection of English porcelain and pottery.

Park & Gardens

park & gardens

Rode's Grade II listed park and gardens are amongst the finest in Cheshire.

Visitor Information


View our opening times and highlights to help plan your visit.

Tea Room


The Rode Tea Room offers a selection of homemade cakes, cream teas and hot and cold drinks.

Farmers Market


Rode Hall Farmers Market is a great place for the whole family to visit.

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