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Chatsworth
Chatsworth
In Derbyshire

From the A619 at Bakewell on the eastern edge of Peak National Park there are two options, both scenic. One is the northeastern route turning off A619 onto B6048, then south on the B6012; the other is the southeastern route: from the roundabout in Bakewell take the A6 turning north onto the B6012.

One of Britain's "Treasure Houses". Built by Bess of Hardwick with further alterations in the late 1600's and early 1800's. Set in beautiful gardens and park. For detailed information on the house and grounds, opening times, etc. Click to my Postcards from Britain article on Chatsworth or their official Web site.

  

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