Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire, ST7 3QP

Visitor Information

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Visiting Rode Hall


SUMMER SEASON

Gardens
2 Apr - 26 Sep
Wednesdays & Bank Holiday Mondays
Opening times: 11 am - 5pm

House Only
2 April - 26 Sep
Wednesdays & Bank Holiday Mondays
Opening times - 12 noon - 4.00pm

Admission:
Hall & Gardens: £8 adults, £7 concessions, Children £2/Under 5's free
Gardens Only: £5 adults, Children £2/Under 5's free/RHS & HHA Members free*.
*Except special events i.e Snowdrop & Bluebell Walks (28 Apr - 7 May)
25% Discount to Art Fund members.
Group bookings welcome by appointment.
Tearooms are open 11-4pm on Wednesdays and on Farmers' Market days.

Rode Hall Farmers Market:
First Saturday of each month (except January)

Wheelchairs:
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. Our conveniences and tearooms can be accessed easily. 
Well behaved dogs on leads are most welcome.


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Directions:

From Congleton:
Follow A34 towards Stoke on Trent and either: turn right at Chance Hall Lane which is just before Little Moreton Hall,  or follow A34 into Scholar Green where you turn right onto Church Lane, signposted to Rode Hall.

From Sandbach:
Go to Rode Heath on A533, then turn left onto A50 and after 100 yards turn right down Poolside. Rode Hall is signposted from here.

From Stoke:
Take the A34 north towards Congleton, turn left in Scholar Green into Church Lane which is signposted for Rode Hall.

From Manchester:

From Princess Parkway merge onto the M60 via the slip road to Stockport/Sheffield/ Leeds and come off at J3 for A34 to Cheadle/Wilmslow. Stay on this road past John Lewis and Handforth Dean and then take the Alderley Edge bypass to Congleton.  Stay on the A34 and 2 miles out of Congleton follow the signs in Scholar Green onto Church Lane.  This turning is after Little Moreton Hall.

1 April - 30 Sep

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See Also

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