Macclesfield’s dining scene is thriving. The town boasts an excellent variety of restaurants, bars and cafes, all offering quality local produce for a variety of occasions. We are proud to toast to the success of local, independent eateries, and celebrate the town's locally-sourced produce. End your active day the perfect way to end an active day in the great outdoors.
From tasty Afternoon Teas at family-run Cherry Blossom Bakery to Aquila’s fresh take on Italian dining, you will not be short of choice. Find comfort in home-made crumpets from the Rustic Coffee Co. and excitement in Bacchus á la carte delicacies. The international, the gastro-pub, the traditional pub, the hearty cheap eat- what more could you want?
Adlington Hall was built on the site of a Hunting Lodge in the Forest of Macclesfield in 1040. Two oaks rooted in the ground support the Great Hall. Other rooms include the oak-panelled Dining Room, Chapel, Minstrels’ Gallery, Chinese room and Number 10 bedroom. The Gardens, include a Lime walk, Regency rockery, Rococo styled landscape garden, Pagoda bridge, Temple to Diana, a Rose Garden and Yew Maze. Our traditional tea room serves hot & cold drinks with homemade cakes & scones.
We host many events ranging from weddings to guided tours, also holding public open days on Sundays during May to September. Book a private tour and explore our glorious gardens or buy a last minute ticket on the door to visit the grand Great Hall.
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