Welcome to Rode Hall
Join us on a brief yet fascinating journey into the history of Rode Hall, one of Cheshire's most exquisite country houses. Discover more about its rich heritage and how the Baker Wilbraham family who have owned it for approaching three hundred and fifty years have contended with the challenges of social change and architectural trends through to its ongoing conservation and restoration today.
Enjoy a whistle-stop tour of the highs and lows of the house and how one family have ensured its safe upkeep and place in the community over the years. Today. it is enjoyed by families from far and wide who come to enjoy the house and splendid gardens, fantastic events including our Snowdrop and Bluebell Walks, monthly farmers' market and a welcome treat in the delightful tearooms.
Summer Season 28 Mar - 30 Sep
Gardens & Tea Rooms
Wednesdays and Bank Holiday Mondays 11 am - 5pm
They are also open alongside the Farmers' Market on the first Saturday of each month. The tea rooms offer a selection of homemade cakes, light lunches & refreshments using produce from our kitchen garden here at Rode. For a sample menu please press here.
Wednesdays and Bank Holiday Mondays 12 - 4pm
Guided tours are run throughout the afternoon. Please buy ticket in tea room and consult notice board outside the house for exact tour times.
House & Gardens: Adults £8, Concessions £7, Children 5-15 £1.
Garden Only: Adults £5, Children 5-15 £1.
RHS/HHA Members Free* (except special events)
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.