Whilst staying in Derbyshire, we were told by the B&B owner that we shouldn't miss a visit to both the village of Tissington and Tissington Hall. Decided that the hall should be the main event with any remaining time to amble around the village. We were just 2 couples being shown around the hall, by an excellent and entertaining guide, I believe named Paul. With just 4 of us, he was able to give individual attention to us and his warmth and love of the place, evident. Thoroughly enjoyed the visit here and spent some time roaming around the gardens after. Well worth the entrance fee. Looked in at the Church opposite and the churchyard and walked towards the end of the village where there is a candle shop. Visited neither the shop, nor the tea rooms, but I heard from others that the tea rooms are very good.
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