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Rode Hall and Gardens Reviews
Went on the last week end of the snowdrop walks. To be honest there were very few to be seen ( but we were rather expecting that) but still enjoyed our walk. Evidence that soon there will be lots of d... more »
Rode Hall is a pretty country house set in lovely grounds, at this time of year there is a lovely walk around the grounds amongst swathes of Snowdrops. the display is spectacular and definitely worth ... more »
Our group of strollers visited on Sunday (today) it was a lovely day for a stroll around the grounds of the hall to see the snowdrops. There are a few wicker animals dotted around as well which were v... more »
We only saw the gardens. My wife wanted to photograph our son amongst the bluebells (I'd recommend a sling, not a pram for this). It's only a relatively small garden but very pretty, with a lake and some interesting buildings and features plus some nice 'twig art' spread around. We also ate in the tea room which was acceptable quality food for the price (though nothing to write home about). The hall itself looks like a big house. You could see people still live in it by the cars and by looking through the windows. It looked "lived in". We didn't do the guided tour so I can't say much more.
Very well thought out gardens with paths that don't get muddy when it's wet. Great snowdrop walk, and walled kitchen garden. A trampoline for the more energetic visitors! Tea room too busy so couldn't easily go in; toilets were a bit limited too, given the number of visitors. Overall, at £5 per person excellent value for money.
Really lovely little find! Beautiful snowdrops in Feb. A little difficult at times with pram wheels but enough grass to get around everywhere. Gorgeous little tea room with amazing food. The hot roast bap is a must. The staff were lovely and dogs on leads welcome. Looking forward to returning she the bluebells return in April☺
Pleasant short walk through the garden to see the snowdrops but not worth the £15 I had to pay for 3 adults and a baby. We arrived at 3.15pm and the place was closing at 4pm. Just enough time to rather hurriedly complete the walk with no opportunity to avail ourselves of the tearooms. Because the charging point is at the end of a long single track private drive you feel trapped into paying whatever it costs. A reduced rate in the last hour would be fair. I have attended a farmers market previously when they charge only for car parking.
Simply a fantastic farmers market every month, usually held on the first Saturday of every month! Looking for fresh locally grown vegetables, or lovingly prepared cakes, pies, or Indian specialities? Always a great selection of local meats, freshly cooked breads, home made chutneys and a great selection of local art and craft. Usually, there is also a local entertainer to listen to while you sit on a hay bale drinking your tea or coffee. All in all a most relaxing way to spend a Saturday morning :)
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