For those wishing to marry outdoors, Adlington Hall Gardens offer two exclusive, classic Cheshire picturesque settings; the Courtyard and the Rose Garden. Between April – October (weather permitting)

Mark Williamson Jonty and Noelle Rose Garden

The Courtyard is a walled external area located in the centre of Adlington Hall, accessed through the main North Door, it provides dramatic 360 degree views of the hall throughout the different eras, providing  beautiful acoustics for your background music.

The Rose Gardens, situated within the North Lawn gardens of Adlington Hall, are reached by going under a stunning Laburnum arch, it is quintessentially British.  With a feast of colour incorporating formal rose beds, rambler roses climbing pillars and rope swags, guests arrive through the laburnum arch, taking a seat, ready to watch the couple walking down a ‘rose’ aisle, it definitely has the ‘wow factor’.


With vast grounds at Adlington Hall, guests can walk to the water gardens and rose gardens before wandering through the yew tree maze, taking in the beauty of the surrounding scenery, while couples have plenty of backdrop options for photographs.

Adlington Hall & Gardens, England. Autumnal view of Adlington Hall’s Father Tiber garden. If required, it may be possible to arrange property release for this image. England English Great Britain GB British United Kingdom UK Cheshire Adlington Hall & Gardens Visitor Popular Attraction Historic House Father Tiber Garden Pond Water Feature Autumn Autumnal Arbour

Adlington Hall & Gardens, England. Autumnal view of Adlington Hall’s Father Tiber garden, with delightful water features.