Welcome to Rode Hall
Bluebells bring Springtime Joy to Rode
Although renowned for its Snowdrop Walks and Humphry Repton landscaped gardens, Rode Hall is also a feast for the eyes throughout April and May when our bluebells and spring flowers are at their best. Rare Rhododendrons, Azaleas and the Chilean Fire Bush are a blaze of colour under planted with Primula Japonica and Lily of the Valley. All this is seen against a background of Bluebells shimmering in the grass and in the Old Wood adjoining the wild flower garden which is really quite stunning.
Bluebell Walk Opening Times
Friday 1 May - Monday 4 May 11-5pm
Admission £4/Children & RHS members free
Tearooms open serving light lunches, home-made cakes & refreshments
Summer Season Apr 1 - 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 2 - 5pm
House & Gardens: Adults £7, Concessions £6, Children under 16 free.
Garden Only: Adults £4, Children under 16 free.
RHS/HHA Members Free
25% off admission to National Art Pass Holders
Group visits welcome by appointment. Please call 01270 873237/882961 for more information.
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.