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Stately Homes & Gardens in Greater Manchester

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Greater Manchester Stately Homes, Country Houses & Gardens

 
blank tabBRAMALL HALLStately Homes & Gardens
Bramhall Park, Bramhall, Greater Manchester, SK7 3NX


Bramall Hall is closed for restoration and refurbishment until SPRING 2016. A magnificent example of a 'Cheshire Black and White' timber-framed Tudor manor house, with origins dating back to Medieval England. Journey through the building to see the beautiful Tudor rooms with spectacular plaster ceilings, a wonderful 16th century embroidered carpet and wall paintings. The Victorian Kitchen and servants' quarters, give a unique insight into the families and servants who have lived and worked at Bramall. The Hall is set in 66 acres of beautiful parkland which has been landscaped in the style of Capability Brown. The park features two lakes, woodland walks and a toddlers' play area.
Tel: 0161 485 3708 (HALL) 0161 217 6111 (PARK)
E-mail: bramall.hall@stockport.gov.uk
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Dunham Massey Hall Park and Garden

Altrincham, Greater Manchester, WA14 4SJ
Tel: 0161 941 1025    Fax: 0161 929 7508
E-mail: dunhammassey@nationaltrust.org.uk

Dunham Massey Hall Photo © Paul Ashwin
Dunham Massey Hall -
 Photo: Paul Ashwin CCL

 

Country estate including mansion with important collections and 'below stairs' areas, impressive garden and deer park.

An early Georgian house built around a Tudor core, Dunham Massey was extensively reworked in the early years of the 20th century.

The result is one of Britain's most sumptuous Edwardian interiors, housing exceptional collections of 18th-century walnut furniture, paintings and Huguenot silver, as well as extensive servants' quarters.

Here is one of the North West's great plantsman's gardens with richly planted borders and majestic trees, as well as an orangery, Victorian bark house and well house.

The ancient deer park contains a series of beautiful avenues and ponds and a Tudor mill, originally used for grinding corn but refitted as a sawmill c.1860 and now restored to working order.

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Lyme Hall & Park

Disley, near Stockport, Cheshire SK12 2NX
Tel: 01663 762023    Fax: 01663 765035
E-mail: lymepark@nationaltrust.org.uk

Lyme Hall Photo © Alan Fleming
Lyme Hall -  
Photo: Alan Fleming CCL

 

Great estate with lavishly decorated house and fine gardens.

Originally a Tudor house, Lyme was transformed by the Venetian architect Leoni into an Italianate palace.

Some of the Elizabethan interiors survive and contrast dramatically with later rooms.

The state rooms are adorned with Mortlake tapestries, Grinling Gibbons wood-carvings and an important collection of English clocks. The 6.8ha (17 acre) Victorian garden boasts impressive bedding schemes, a sunken parterre, an Edwardian rose garden, Jekyll-style herbaceous borders, reflection lake, a ravine garden and Wyatt conservatory.

The garden is surrounded by a medieval deer park of almost 566ha (1400 acres) of moorland, woodland and parkland, containing an early 18th-century hunting tower (The Cage).

Lyme appeared as 'Pemberley' in the BBC's adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice.

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White Cottage

Dunham Massey, Little Bollington, Altrincham, WA14 4TJ
Tel: 0161 928 0075     E-mail: dunmasswhite@nationaltrust.org.uk

Timber-framed cottage, built c.1500. Originally constructed as a cruck-trussed open hall, the building was altered in the 17th century. Recently restored by the Trust using traditional materials and techniques and now a private residence, it is open to visitors by kind permission of the tenants. All visits must be booked through the NT Altrincham office, tel. 0161 928 0075 Mon to Fri 9–5pm.

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Ordsall Hall

Ordsall, Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 3AN
Tel: 0161 872 0151    Fax: 0161 872 4951
E-mail: ordsall.hall@salford.gov.uk

A Grade 1 listed medieval manor house owned by the Radcliffe family for centuries.

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Brookside Garden Centre

Macclesfield Road (A523), Poynton, Cheshire
Tel: (01625) 872919

Come and visit Cheshire's Tourism Award Winning attraction. With plenty to see and do from, little trains, wonderful gardens and rides to enjoy the scenery. 

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