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Arley Hall Walks

1 miles (1 km)

This walk visits Arley Hall and Gardens in the Cheshire based village of Arley.
The Grade II listed country house is surrounded by beautiful parkland and gardens. The house dates from 1832 and includes elements ofElizabethan architecture. The gardens include a particularly fineherbaceous border and some splendid topiary.
You can extend the walk by heading east along Back Lane to visit the picturesque Arley Green. Here you'll find pretty cottages next to a large pond.

Postcode

CW9 6NA - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Arley Hall OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head south from the hall and you can enjoy some waterside walking around Budworth Mere in the lovely Marbury Country Park. To the east of the park there's also Pickmere Lake. The pretty lake is a popular spot with swimmers and has some nice footpaths along the southern side of the water. Near here you can also pick up the Trent and Mersey Canal and visit the splendid Anderton Boat Lift.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Cheshire Walks page.

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Arley Hall-geograph-4444710-by-Jeff-Buck

Arley Hall. The present hall was built for Rowland Egerton-Warburton between 1832 and 1845 and replaced an earlier house. The gardens were created in the 1830s, and were developed during the 20th century. The house and its gardens have been open to the public since the 1960s, and have also been used as a film location.

The Flag Garden at Arley Hall-geograph-4567863-by-Jeff-Buck

The Flag Garden in full bloom, so-called because its paths are formed fromflagstones. The first gardens were created in the 18th century bySir Peter Warburton, 4th Baronet, who developed pleasure grounds, a walledkitchen gardenand a landscape park.

Arley Hall Ilex

Arley Hall Ilex

Arley Hall Heraceous Border 2

Herbaceous Border. This consists of four pairs offlowerbedswhich are backed on one side by a 19th-century wall and on the other by ayewhedge. Between the sections of the border are yews which have been pruned into decorative shapes. To the south of the herbaceous border is the Ilex Avenue which consists of seven pairs ofholm oaksclipped into the shape of cylinders

Gatehouse on Sack Lane, Arley Hall estate, Cheshire-geograph-2251660-by-Anthony-ONeil

Gatehouse on Sack Lane

Avenue of Limes at Arley Hall, Cheshire - geograph.org.uk - 2252178

Avenue of Limes. The visitor approaches the hall and gardens along an avenue ofpleachedlimetrees which are clipped each year.

Gazebo, walled gardens, Arley Hall - geograph.org.uk - 2149462

Gazebo, walled gardens. The gardens and landscape park have been designated as Grade II in theNational Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. Designation as Grade II* on the Register means that the site is "particularly important, of more than special interest".They have been described as "some of the finest in Britain".

Houses and pond at Arley Green, Cheshire-geograph-2161534-by-Colin-Park

Houses and pond at Arley Green

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