Accessibility - are the walks suitable for everyone?
The walks are not too strenuous but there are steps and inclines so as long as you are wearing suitable footwear and are able to negotiate a 20 minute walk of moderate difficulty, you should be able to enjoy a pleasant stroll at Rode Hall and Gardens. If you have any queries whatsoever regarding suitability we suggest in the first instance you contact the main office who will be very happy to advise you. Wheelchair users are most welcome but will find that not all areas of the grounds are possible to negotiate. We can recommend a route on your arrival, bearing in mind that some of the paths are gravel or woodchip.
Groups - how do I arrange a group visit and a guided tour?
Please contact the main telephone number and we will be delighted to help you. We very much welcome small groups and special interest societies with prior notice. Special packages including food and a personal guided tour can be organised in advance.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes, as long as they are well behaved!
How do I arrange a media visit?
Please contact Gemma Achary Gibb, our media consultant, on 07958 700818 who will be happy to assist you in making any arrangements.
Can you recommend any local hotels & BBs in the area?
Can you recommend any other gardens in the vicinity?
Please visit www.cheshiresgardens.com and www.enjoystaffordshire.com for a superb selection of gardens and gardening events. Here you will also find plenty of useful advice on accommodation, travel and special offers. Other gardens of interest within a 15 mile radius of Rode Hall and Gardens include Trentham Gardens, Biddulph Grange Garden and Dorothy Clive Gardens.