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Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield
(4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Located on the A34 between Congleton and Alderley Edge this Stately Home is still owned and occupied by the Bromley-Davenport Family. Approaching the Hall via a long drive way, first impressions are o...  more »
  • The house is well laid out for the tour, the history is so interesting, and the guides very friendly. The grounds are beautiful and I can see what a tremendous place it would be for a wedding. We had ...  more »
  • A grand looking house rebuilt in 1870 in the 'Jacobethan' style. Very tasteful decor throughout. The owner caters for weddings and functions as do a lot of these houses but it is worth a peek around! 
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  • Haven't actually visited the hall, but been to an 80s festival there for the last three years. Nice park and the view of the hall from where we were was very nice.
  • Went to the 80s rewind festival brilliant venue. Great surroundings
  • Ridiculous prices for the firework show £20 per person for a 45 minute show, would not reccomend. Not even allowed to watch from a distance. Poor effort
  • We've just had a two-night stay here, used as the closest touring park to a wedding we were attending in nearby Macclesfield. Our two kids aged 2 and 5 stayed with us the second night. Beautiful grounds, setting and views but a tranquil, relaxing park where the kids will need to bring a load of toys/bikes etc to stay occupied. More geared towards mature couples. Pitches are neat and well kept and clearly some effort goes into maintaining the touring park. It's similar in standard to a caravan club sight. Toilet and shower block is absolutely superb with a larger disabled shower room that we used as a family bathroom as the 'one man' shower pods in the main washroom weren't quite big enough. Lots and lots of very hot, very high pressure water from the shower. Probably the best I've used. Would've been five stars if there were more for the kids to do. Also, for £25 a night plus a fiver for the older of the kids, I would have liked to see super pitch facilities. Overall very good.
  • Great place to camp amazing gardens.