Retrospective approval was granted for a new driveway.
The application was made by Kim Peters at The Old Coach House, Denhall Lane, Burton, Wirral.
Planning officers at Cheshire West and Chester Council were told approval was being sought for an alteration to the entrance in Denhall Lane and a new private single track driveway to the property.
The entrance gateway was said to have been finished in local sandstone and to be similar to many other entrance along Denhall Lane and the surrounding area.
The gritstone driveway, similar to the finish used on the Wirral Way, did not affect the openness of the landscape, it was argued.
There was no intention to install lighting.
Sixty hornbeam trees had been planted down the driveway and agricultural post and rail fencing had been used which also did not affect the Green Belt.
To further screen the fencing, 1,500 blackthorn and hawthorn had been put in and another 200 native British species were proposed, ranging from ash to sycamore.
Planning officers were told the access was required to replace an existing shared drive entrance with Denna Hall.
Neighbours Mr and Mrs David Dennison and Margaret Dennison, of 2 Chapel Cottages, Denhall Lane, said their driveway was opposite the gateway and drive to the property and over the years it had been used almost constantly by tractors, horseboxes and cars.
When Sir Richard Summers developed the estate the gateway and drive had been used to service his market garden at that time.
But David Pluck at The Stables sent in a detailed eight-point objection.
Permission was granted.