Chadkirk Country Estate

The estate comprises a 60 acre farm and a 16th century chapel, all nestled in the picturesque Goyt valley.

Chadkirk Country Estate is home to a vast array of woodland and a 16th century chapel. It provides a beautiful background that all visitors can enjoy.

The chapel boasts a life-size statue of St Chad which stands near the altar. There are also carved wooden panels depicting the life of the saint.

The estate has an ever improving orchard, where fruits and herbs are maintained.

The estate also boasts a Coronation Meadow. It was one of the first 60 in the country when the Coronation Meadow scheme was launched.

Getting there

Chadkirk Chapel & Country Estate
Vale Road


There is a small car park at the junction of Vale Road / Otterspool Road.


Romiley Station is a 10 minutes walk away. Visit National Rail for the latest train time information.


Bus routes 380, 381, 383 and 384 run through Romiley Village, a 10 minute walk from the park. Visit Transport for Greater Manchester or use the journey planner to plan your journey.