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Adlington Hall is one of the most beautiful country homes in Cheshire, where it enjoys a secluded and prestigious setting in the heart of the countryside.
With a lineage dating back almost seven hundred years this historic property forms part of the 2000 acre Adlington Estate dating back to 1315. Facing the black and white wing of the Hall is The Hunting Lodge, a beautifully converted Georgian Mews.
Adlington Hall is one of the oldest and most historic Cheshire houses and has evolved over 700 years, the east and west wings were demolished in 1928, giving the Hall its present rectangular shape.
The 2,000 acre Estate contains parkland offers something for all the family to enjoy. From the Lime Avenue dating from 1688 to the woodland Wilderness with winding paths, temples, bridges and follies in a rococo manner. You cam enjoy a walk through the laburnum Arcade into the formal Rose Garden, then on to the Maze of English Yew. The Father Tiber water garden provides a peaceful haven to relax and enjoy its ponds, fountains, water cascade and the newly created parterre provides a colourful addition to the east wing.
Categories include: Gardens of Distinction