Image title: Arley Hall House and Gate

Arley Hall House and Gate

Arley Hall is a stately home located in north Cheshire between Knutsford and Northwich. The house has belonged to the same family for 500 years. The present hall and chapel was built from 1832 - 1845 in a style described as Victorian- Jacobean. It is the home of Viscount and Viscountess Ashbrook.

Find out more about Arley Hall on the website www.arleyhallandgardens.com

The hall is magnificent and the two gardens are out of this world. They are considered to be in the top 50 gardens in Europe and if you visit you will discover why!


Arley Hall House and Gate



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