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Derbyshire contains the Peak District National park, has Roman forts throughout the county and stunning country houses.
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There's so much to see and do at Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood. Explore the Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood, stop off for tea and cake in the tea-room or walk through the historic grounds.
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Many spa seekers go in search of an ideal: a spa with a view. Luckily that's certainly something Losehill House Hotel and Spa can lay claim to. In a plum spot in the Peak District in Derbyshire, this three-treatment room haven is dedicated to complete escapism and successfully exploits its glorious location, yielding an exceptional spa experience that boasts sights to behold. So when you're not treating yourself to an expert Thalgo ritual (the Terre & Mer Organic is utterly sumptuous and chem...
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Explore the beautiful Hardwick Hall The four quadrants of Hardwick Hall gardens, are the herb garden, lawns, nuttery and orchards, conveying the spirit of an Elizabethan garden. Lead statues in yew alcoves; grass alleys flanked by yew and tall hedges of hornbeam hedges; holly domes to the western entrance to the herb garden, planted with chamomile, lavender, laurel and rue; mulberry walk and extensive herbaceous borders in the West Courtyard; sunken pond in the East Court; double avenue...
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Covering 9 acres, this charming woodland garden has been welcoming visitors since 1992. It is an RHS recommended garden, and it is filled with stunning trees.
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Experience The Breathtaking Views Of The Peak District National Park Britain's first national park, established in 1951, is visited by people from all over the world. They come to find peace, tranquillity and adventure, experiencing some of England's finest climbing, caving, walking and cycling. The National Park is also home to 38,000 people. The local economy is based on tourism, farming, quarrying and manufacturing.
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Calke Abbey is an intriguing place, and a glimpse of what happens to a country house when it falls into disrepair. Courtyards are overgrown, and the paint is peeling away, with little restoration having taken place.
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The history and heritage of the inn is evident in the main bar area, with original exposed beams and flagstones worn smooth with the passage of time.
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Discover Haddon Hall Haddon Hall is a magnificent Medieval and Tudor manor house which has changed little since Tudor times. The Dukedom of Rutland was conferred on the Manners family in 1703, and Haddon Hall is still owned by them today. Heavy oak panelling dominates the house with its displays of tapestries, also some 17th century antlers in the Great Hall. The extensive kitchens are a warren of rooms, with baking ovens, salt baths and other furnishings. The beautiful terraced garde...
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Kedleston Hall has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years. Visitors continue to be inspired by Robert Adam and his vision for this private palace, which is now open to all. From the curiosities of George Nathaniel Curzon's Eastern Museum to the more recently restored State Floor, there is plenty to enjoy both inside the Hall and within the grounds.
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Crich Tramway Village is the base for the National Tramway Museum.Located in the stunning Derbyshire countryside, it takes visitors on a trip back in time.
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