Adlington Hall

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Adlington Hall was originally surrounded by a moat. It is quadrangular in shape, though the west side might have been open, whilst on the south side there might have been a detached gatehouse with a bridge over the moat. To the south of the house there is a Yew Walk originally planted in 1650 and a Lime Avenue planted in 1688 to celebrate the accession of William and Mary to the throne. In the middle of the eighteenth century the gardens were landscaped in the style of Capability Brown. Nowadays the garden provides a peaceful haven with its ponds, fountains and water cascade and the newly created parterre provides a colourful addition to the east wing.

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Adlington Hall And The Huntin Lodge


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From M60, Leave the motorway at junction 3 signposted A34 Manchester Airport Congleton. This merges with the A34 Kingsway. Go straight through the traffic lights, following the A34 Congleton route. Continue until you have reached a roundabout signposted Dean Row Styal Woodford Poynton. Take the 4th exit for Dean Row. Go straight through the traffic lights and over the roundabout. At the next roundabout turn left, passing the Shell garage on your right and the Unicorn public house. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit on the left, B5358 Macclesfiled. This is Lees Lane. Continue for about 1.5 miles, passing Parkers Garden Centre and Jacksons Ford Car dealership. Approx. half a mile after the Ford dealer turn left at the junction marked Adlington Hall. This is Mill Lane and after about 1 mile turn right into Adlington Hall and The Hunting Lodge.


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Address: The Estate Office, Adlington Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 4LF, UK
Phone: +44 1625 829 206

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