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Arley Hall Gardens

Northwich, Cheshire

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The gardens at Arley Hall have been created by the same family for over 250 years and are celebrated for one of the finest double herbaceous borders in the country as well as their avenue of giant Ilex columns.

Also in the gardens you will find a Victorian Rootree and roses, perennials, flowering shrubs, specimen trees in The Grove, as well as a variety of rhododendrons and azaleas.

Arley's Victorian Jacobean hall, specialist plant nursery, Tudor Barn Restaurant and events programme offer a great day out for all the family throughout the changing seasons.

The Victorian Jacobean Hall has an oak-panelled Library, the Gallery with its stained-glass windows and ornate ceiling, through to the Emperor's Room - once the winter residence of Prince Louis Napoleon, it is very much a living home and offers a welcoming atmosphere to all visitors.

Other attractions include:

  • Historic mansion

  • Formal gardens

  • Extensive landscaped park

  • Stockley Working Farm

Location: Arley Hall and Gardens, Northwich, Cheshire

Grid Reference: SJ674808 Ceremonial County: Cheshire

Map Link: StreetMap 

Aerial photo: Google Aerial

Getting there: Between Warrington and Knutsford off B5391 nr Great Budworth. Sign posted from A556 and A559 as well as the M6 and M56 motorways.

Access: Gardens largely accessible, disabled toilets and easy parking. Large car park on site
Website: www.arleyhallandgardens.com
Other Useful Websites: Wiki     Gardens Guide
Email: enquiries@arleyhallandgardens.com
Address: Arley Hall & Gardens, Arley, Northwich, Cheshire
Postcode: CW9 6NA Telephone: 01565 777353
Opening Times: 2 Apr-30 Oct, Tues-Sun 11am-5pm (last entry 4.30pm);
Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays

Gardens and Hall: Adults 10; Seniors 9; Child (<16) 4 under 5's Free; Family (2+2) 25;
Gardens Only: Adults 7; Seniors 6.50; Child (<16) 2.50 under 5's Free; Family (2+2) 16.50

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Other Location Pages: Cheshire Attractions    Cheshire Gardens







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