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Haddon Hall

Bakewell 1.3 mi away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
The house is fascinating and the guides so knowledgable and friendly, the food available in the Stable Restaurant is excellent and very good value - we spent the entire afternoon here as the grounds are delightful.
Still lived in by the Manners family, you can wander through the rooms, admiring the wonderful tapestries, the 15th century frescoes in the chapel, the kitchens and the beautiful terraced gardens full of flowers (...
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Rowsley
Local craftworkers rent out space for their workshops and are often in attendance, there is a well stocked giftshop, cafe with very tasty food, mill well worth a visit - self guided with all the old machinery in p...
When so much of the Peak District is full of tourist tat and chain shops it was a delight to find this oasis of charm, craft, gift and fab flour!

Chatsworth House

Bakewell 2.7 mi away
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
A girlie day out made perfect with a glorious walk in the beautiful gardens, an amazing tour of the stunning costumes and fashions through the ages, followed by a scrumptious afternoon tea.
A wonderful family home steeped in history, amazing gardens to wander around at your leisure and just up the road a brilliant farm shop full of delicious goodies.
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Lumsdale Valley

Matlock, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
Beautiful peaceful place for an autumn walk,lovely autumn colours and lots of information around the place about the mills and water and the main waterfall is quite stunning.
The valley is managed and maintained in a state of "picturesque decay", which means it's a photographer's delight and the remaining ruins of the mill buildings are both beautiful and intriguing.

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Ashford-in-the-Water 4.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Ashford-in-the-Water
... as you amble along giving pleasure to your sense of adventure..with some clever garden ideas to replicate.. plant sales great value if wish to take home a reminder of this stunning place..we certainly did!
... garden and the gardeners work hard to make this a real treat for the visitor.There is a very good plant shop( keenly priced) and the cafe serves really delicious cakes, try the pecan slice or Sicilian Lemon Ch...
#5 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
Large sky's and rolling hills pan out in every direction as you walk around this fabulous historic monument.
Having grown up in Wiltshire where prehistoric monuments abound, it was a delight to find this stone circle in Derbyshire where I now live.
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
Went to exam village which has got so much history and a great and sad story behind it , the church graveyard includes graves going back to the seventeenth century and inside of the church includes documents relat...
Eyam Parish Church is a great example of a well loved village church with a unique and fascinating history.
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
At 10 am we were the first in to explore the details of the plaque & the men of the village who gave there lives in the Great War A great welcome & the exhibits were well presented & a small shop to conclude the v...
Pre history, mining history, shoe making and the first world war are all covered in detail making it an incredible source of knowledge and all for £3 entry!

Cromford Mill

Cromford, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Cromford
Many thanks to Colin for an interesting and informative talk about the history of cotton manufacturing, how the Mill worked, and Arkwright's part in the foundation of the Industrial Revolution We all loved the Ark...
A massive 'thank you' to Keith and all the brilliant staff (many of whom are of course volunteers doing it for the love of it) for bringing Cromford back to life during my visit.

Winster Market House

Winster 3.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Winster
A place to visit if passing through the area

Hob Hurst's House

Beeley 3.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Beeley
#3 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
After our picnic we joined a free National Trust Guided Tour which was excellent (separate review) I would highly recommend a visit to Eyam.
Eyam hall is a beautiful house with a very good atmosphere and lots of history, the national Trust guides are very friendly and informative.
#1 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Chesterfield
... return and give the church a proper visit as it is the largest church in Derbyshire and has an interesting history, predominantly dating back to the 14th century The 'Crooked spire' as it is known was added in...
... windows are magnificent and should there be a concert on in the evening the venue is perfect,the acoustics marvellous......you can also take a souvenir away from the small shop inside......DONT MISS IT .......

Leawood Pump House

Matlock, UK 7.1 mi away
#9 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Matlock
This is a testament to Victorian engineering at its finest, over 150 years after it was installed it delivers tons of water to the canal with each stroke of the steam powered beam engine.
The impressive beam engine was installed in the equally grand stone-built engine house on the banks of the River Derwent in 1850 in order to supply the adjacent Cromford Canal with water when required.

Derwent Valley Mills

Lea, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Lea
Lovely old mills the Derwent valley formed a great history for this area of Belper and the mills now sports lovely old antiquities over 4 floors of the old mill adequate free parking, some old machinery still in s...

Tissington Hall

Tissington 9.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Tissington
The house holds wonderful paintings and furniture and the highlight of the tour has to be the fantastic library where you can browse through old diaries from the 1800's The grounds are beautiful and well kept.
This unique and endearing Jacobean Mansion house, nestling in its very own picturesque village is an absolute must for those who prefer a personal and more intimate look into the past and its treasures.
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Crich
An excellent day out lovely place well kept by Paul who was very passionet about place he also invited us back next year I also managed to climb to top of the tower amazing vies across the county
The grounds are beautifully kept, the monument itself is in excellent condition and perfectly clean.