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Arley Hall

Arley Hall garden has been created by successive generations of the same family over 250 years


GAP Photos / Lee Avison

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The gardens at Arley Hall in Cheshire have been created over the last 250 years by successive generations of the same family. They offer an unusual blend of traditional design and contemporary additions. The gardens include an exceptional Herbaceaus Border (which was probably the first of its kind planted in England) a unique Quercus Ilex Columns (each measuring a staggering 8 metres high and 3 metres in diameter), Pleached Lime Avenue, walled Herb garden, large kitchen garden with glasshouse as well as woodland walks and impressive views over the Cheshire countryside.



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