Capesthorne Hall

Type:Historic House / Palace

Siddington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 9JY

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About

Capesthorne Hall, set in 100 acres of picturesque Cheshire parkland, has been touched by nearly 1,000 years of English history - Roman legions passed across it, titled Norman families hunted on it and, during the Civil War, a Royalist ancestress helped Charles II to escape after the Battle of Worcester.

The Jacobean-style Hall has a fascinating collection of fine art, marble sculptures, furniture and tapestries. Originally designed by the Smiths of Warwick it was built between 1719 and 1732.

It was altered by Blore in 1837 and partially rebuilt by Salvin in 1861 following a disastrous fire.

The present Squire is Sir William Bromley-Davenport, whose ancestors have owned the estate since Domesday times when they were appointed custodians of the Royal Forest of Macclesfield.

In the grounds near the family Chapel the 18th Century Italian Milanese Gates open onto the herbaceous borders and maples which line the beautiful lakeside gardens. But amid the natural spectacle and woodland walks, Capesthorne still offers glimpses of its man-made past ... the remains of the Ice House, the Old Boat House and the curious Swallow Hole.

Facilities can be hired for corporate occasions and family celebrations including Civil Wedding ceremonies and receptions.

Available for corporate functions, meetings, product launches, promotions, exhibitions, seminars, activity days, still photography, clay shooting and garden parties. Corporate Hospitality/Functions: Catering can be provided for groups (full menus on request). Function rooms available for corporate hospitality, meetings and other special events. 'The Butler's Pantry' serves light refreshments. Suitability for the Disabled: Partial. WC. Guided Tours: Guided tours available for pre-booked parties (except Sundays). Parking: 100 cars/20 coaches on hard-standing and unlimited in park, 50 yds from house. Accommodation: Caravan Park 4* AA Rated, open March to October inclusive. Civil Wedding License: Licensed for Civil weddings.

Guide Prices

Car parking – £2 per vehicle to be paid at gate on arrival

Garden Entry Pricing – Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays
£7.00 – Adults
£4.00 – Children (5-16 yrs) (children under 5 go free)
£20.00 – Family Ticket (2 x adults and 2 x children)
FOC – Carers accompanying a disabled visitor (Proof required to be shown on entry)
FOC – Historic Houses Members (Tickets not required. HH membership card to be shown on entry)

Hall & Garden Entry Pricing – Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays
£11.00 – Adults
£5.00 – Children (5-16 yrs) (children under 5 go free)
£28.00 – Family Ticket (2 x adults and 2 x children)
FOC – Carers accompanying a disabled visitor (Proof required to be shown on entry)
FOC – Historic Houses Members (Tickets not required. HH membership card to be shown on entry)

Directions

Road Directions

Leave the M6, jct 17,18 or 19. Situated midway between Wilmslow and Congleton, off the A34.


The nearest railway station is Macclesfield, which is 6 miles away.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Catering

  • Café
  • On-Site cafe/restaurant/catering
  • Refreshments Available

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities

Establishment Features

  • Accommodation on site
  • Cater for Corporate events
  • Cater for groups
  • Dogs on Lead Only
  • Event venue
  • Facilities for corporate hospitality
  • Licenced for Weddings & Civil Partnerships
  • Toilets
  • Wedding Venue

Key Features

  • Film or TV location
  • Outdoor Event

Parking & Transport

  • Coach Parking
  • Parking

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Educational Visits Accepted
  • Guided tours by arrangement

TripAdvisor

Opening Times

Season (3 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022)
DayTimes
MondayOpen
Tuesday - SaturdayClosed
SundayOpen
Bank HolidayOpen

* Last admission to the Hall is at 3:00pm.
Groups welcome by appointment - discounts available.
Please check website before visiting to ensure we are not closed due to a wedding or special event.

Awards

  • Other Awards Historic Houses Association Friends Scheme 2017

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