There are many great houses in the area‚ some literally on our doorstep and some a little further afield.
Bubnell Cliff Farm is ideally situated for visits to Chatsworth House which is approx 2 miles by car or can be reach by taking a leisurely 40 minutes stroll through Chatsworth Park (easily accessed from Baslow village)
Romantic Haddon Hall is a short drive away. With parts of the house dating back to the 12th century and its Elizabethan terraced gardens‚ Haddon Hall is well worth a visit.
Featuring a Jacobean Manor House (Eyam Hall). Plus village walks and a museum telling the story of the village and an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1665 which lead to the villagers quarantining themselves to prevent the spread of the infection.
Built by Bess of Hardwick and often described as having more glass than wall‚ owned and lived in by members of the Cavendish family until the 1950’s.
Italianate House near Stockport‚ better known as Pemberley‚ the home of Mr Darcy‚ in the BBC adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Built in the 17th century by Sir William Cavendish as an aristocratic retreat. Features an indoor riding house‚ the only one of its kind to survive complete in England
Much loved family home of the Sitwell family‚ with own vineyard and stunning Italianate gardens.
18th centuary show palace‚ built by Robert Adam for Lord Scarsdale‚ to display his wealth‚ political standing and taste.
The house where time stood still – vividly portraying a period in the twentieth century when many country houses did not survive to tell their story. As you wander through the mansion‚ you'll discover abandoned rooms‚ peeling wallpaper and a vast collection of strange and unique objects