Rivendell - Cheshire Garden CentreMill LaneWidnesCheshireWA8 3UL
Opening hoursMon9.00am - 6.00pmTues9.00am - 6.00pmWed9.00am - 6.00pmThurs9.00am - 6.00pmFri9.00am - 6.00pmSat9.00am - 6.00pmSun10.30am - 4.30pm
Open 10am Sunday for browsing
Restaurant hoursMon - Sat 9.00am - 5.00pm Sun10.00am - 4.00pmMain meal serving times12 - 3pmFood service stops 30 minutes before restaurant closing
Meet the team
Our Manager is David Quigley
I have recently joined Notcutts and come with a wealth of Garden Centre Management experience. I'm looking forward to meeting my customers and taking the store on the next step of its journey.
We're a traditional plant centre based on the site of an old nursery. Our Planteria team have a wealth of horticultural knowledge and will always be happy to help with any gardening questions you have. We even offer soil testing, personal shopper and home delivery services.
- Our restaurant
- We love...
Carry to car service
Soil testing service
- Our restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy lunch, or to just relax with friends and children.
Our menu has wonderful seasonal dishes showcasing fresh flavours as well as our year round classics such as our tempting steak and chicken pies, which are great any time of year!
Why not start the day with one of our tasty gardener’s breakfast or with one of our scrumptious pastries. Or pop in for one of our deliciously indulgent cakes with a Paddy & Scotts coffee, perfect for any time of day. Our lunch service offers a range of freshly prepared main meals and specials as well as soup, jacket potatoes and sandwiches.
From 3pm we serve a range of small plates, perfect for an early dinner, and our Deluxe Afternoon Tea (please pre-book).
We love the fun, unusual facts about our centre and the local area. Here's a few...
Rivendell Garden centre was named after an Elven community from J. R. R. Tolkien's ‘Lord of the Rings’.
Ann Marie Bold in the 1800’s owned all the surrounding land, hence the name Bold Heath.
The name Widnes came from them Roman word “for the widening of the Mersey”.
Know any more? We'd love to hear from you!