Dating from 1906 to 1912, this beautiful Edwardian garden is set in the grounds of the spectacular red sandstone house (not open to the public). Both the house and gardens are Grade II* listed.
Although open on just a few occasions during the year, the gardens are well worth a visit. Divided into two main sections of contrasting style, the formal terraces lie close to the south front of the house, and the informal wooded pleasure grounds encompassing the house and terraces. Features of the gardens include the Azalea Walk, The Octagon and The Silver Garden.
The magnificent location of this estate, deep in the Cheshire countryside, offers an impressive panorama over the Cheshire Plain and beyond to the Welsh mountains.