The Manor House, Derbyshire. DE4 4HJ
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Things To Do

Chatsworth House

Exhibiting the garden, farmyard & adventure playground, gift shops and restaurants are open every day until 23 December 2010. Fabulous new displays, restored rooms and our 'Celebrating Deborah Devonshire' exhibition mean more to see than ever before. 

Sudbury Hall

 Late 17th-century house with lavish interiors and the Museum of Childhood Come and discover two contrasting experiences sitting side by side. Sudbury Hall, the country home of the Lords Vernon, offers a delight of 17th-century craftsmanship, featuring exquisite plasterwork, wood carvings and classical story-based murals.

Tissington Hall

Explore the hidden gem of  Tissington Hall. Built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church that straddles the hill in the centre of the village.

Kedleston Hall

Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland Take a trip back in time to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland.

Haddon hall

Haddon Hall is a fortified medieval manor house dating from the 12 th Century, and is the home of Lord and Lady Edward Manners whose family have owned it since 1567.

Hardwick Hall

Built for 'Bess of Hardwick' between 1591 and 1597. Bess, born Elizabeth Hardwick, had been married four times and had outlived all her husbands.

Calke Abbey

Grade I listed country house near Ticknall, Derbyshire, England, in the care of the charitable National Trust. The site was an Augustinian priory from the 12th century until its dissolution by Henry VIII.

Eyam Hall

This is a remarkably unspoilt example of a Jacobean manor house.

The delightful garden, adjacent to the house, still retains its 17th century layout, with a knot garden, bowling green, potager and rose walk

Dovedale

A renowned beauty spot, around 2-3 miles along the river Dove, with stunning scenery and many walks. A dramatic limestone ravine, busy with wildlife and rare wild flowers Impressive rock outcrops, tranquil woodlands and of course the much-loved stepping stones which cross the River Dove.

The Peak Pilgrimage is a long distance footpath walk designed to be enjoyed by all. 

Hilltop park reached by cable car, with cavern tours, walking trails, fossil exhibitions and cafe.

Explore the hidden gem of  Tissington Hall. Built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church that straddles the hill in the centre of the village.

A small boutique Spa situated in Carsington Derbyshire. Offering relaxing treatments tailored to your requirements delivered by highly trained friendly therapists. 

A unique, grade II* listed historic roller flour mill. Powered by water from the river Wye, one or more mills have stood on this site for at least 400 years.

 A 902-seat opera house that hosts the annual Buxton Festival and, from 1994 to 2013, the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, among others, as well as pantomime at Christmas, musicals and other entertainments year-round.

Bakewell Food Festival

The Bakewell Food Festival returns for its seventh year, once more celebrating the wealth of excellent local produce that the Peak District and this beautiful market town have to offer.

Discover the best of the beautiful 'White Peak' on a superb 46-mile walk across the heart of the Peak District National Park.

 A 902-seat opera house that hosts the annual Buxton Festival and, from 1994 to 2013, the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, among others, as well as pantomime at Christmas, musicals and other entertainments year-round.

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