Explore Dorfold – Open to the Public
of daffodils throughout the 19 acres of gardens.
Originally built in 1616, Dorfold Hall is a magnificent brick and stone gabled, Grade I listed, Jacobean House nestled in the Cheshire landscape. Oozing Old English charm at every corner, it is a distinctive and fascinating country house to visit.
Visitors (and well-behaved dogs!) can explore so many places, including The Lake, Ladies Walk, The Dell, and our latest addition, the wildflower meadow in the Tollemache walled garden. In April, there will be an incredible carpet of daffodils as you come down the drive, swiftly followed by bluebells – scattered around the grounds – and later azaleas – in the Dell – as we move into May. All this topped off with a cup of tea and a slice of cake in the Tack as you take in the views of the L’Écurie courtyard and the Hall beyond.