Capesthorne Hall

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Capesthorne Hall: Capesthorne has been touched by nearly 1,000 years of english history and enjoys the true atmosphere and calm elegance of an english country home. The historic collection displays a familys taste collected over three centuries and include fine art, marble sculptures, tapestries, Regency, Jacobean and Rococo antiques from throughout Europe and America and the Far East. The Capesthorne acres, which surround the Hall with woodland and parkland, the estates chain of three man made lakes ending in a tumbling 20 metre cascade of watelakes, provide popular relaxation breaks for visitors on public open days.

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Capesthorne Hall is easily accessible from M6, Junctions 17 Congleton, 18 Holmes Chapel and 19 Knutsford, M56 Junction 6 Macclesfield/Wilmslow. 15 miles south of Manchester down the A34 and a short distance past the east-west A537 Knutsford to Macclesfield Road. 30 miles east of Chester. Turn right from the A537 an to the A34. 20 miles north of Stoke on Trent off the A34.


5 miles to Macclesfield and just 2 hours from London Euston. 5 miles to Wilmslow where the Express to London Euston takes just 2 hours and five minutes. 15 miles to Crewe and extensive national rail connections.


Opening times (April - October):
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM12:00 PM - 5:00 PM-----
* Open bank holidays

Prices (Combines Hall, Chapel and Garden):
AdultChild 5 - 18OAPFamilyMondays Only Car with 4 people


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Address: Hall Manager, Capesthorne Hall, Siddington, Macclesfield Cheshire, SK11 9JY, UK.
Phone: +44 1625 861221

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