Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Derbyshire

Please note that not all properties included in this section offer free access to HHA Friends. Those that offer free access have the words Free to Friends in the More Information section on the right hand side of their entries and are also listed in the annual Friends Handbook. No other properties can be visited free.

Showing 10 properties in Derbyshire

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Casterne Hall - Derbyshire
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Casterne Hall is a Grade II* manor house stunningly set in its own grounds in the Peak District National Park . It is considered to be one of the most beautiful houses in the area and features in Simon Jenkins' book, ‘ England 's Thousand Best Houses'. <... read more
Chatsworth - Derbyshire
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NB this property does not offer free access to HHA Friends and Members.

Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire, on the banks of the river Derwent. Explore the hi... read more
Haddon Hall - Derbyshire
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This castellated medieval manor house around two courtyards has remained unchanged since the reign of Henry VIII. It reeks of antiquity and has some of the finest untouched interiors, including the Long Gallery, Great Hall and Chapel. Sensitively restored... read more
Melbourne Hall - Derbyshire
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The elegant stone hall, part 17th century but with fine provincial 18th century facade, is famous as the home of Queen Victoria's prime minister, Lord Melbourne and for its outstanding garden built in the early 18th century in the style of Andre Le Notre.... read more
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Home to the Sitwell family for nearly 400 years. The famous literary trio, Edith, Osbert, and Sacheverell Sitwell were all patrons of the arts and played a significant part in the artistic and literary world at the beginning of the 20th century. Renishaw ... read more
Tissington Hall - Derbyshire
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Home to the FitzHerbert family for more than 500 years, the hall is situated in the middle of an estate village. The house contains wonderful panelling and a collection of fine old master paintings.

Features: 10-acre garden and arboretum. ... read more
Catton Hall - Derbyshire
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Classic Georgian house originally purchased by ancestors of the Neilson family in 1405. Catton is still occupied as a private home.

The house has an interesting family history and a fascinating collection of early Dutch and Italian paintin... read more
Hopton Hall Gardens - Derbyshire
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Hopton Hall, dating back to 1414, lies on the edge of the White Peak National Park. In the 1400s Hopton Hall boasted an estate of 3,700 acres, some of which now stands under the Carsington Reservoir.

Spencer our Manager, has virtually resto... read more
Holme Hall - Derbyshire
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Holme Hall is a Grade I listed manor house situated just outside Bakewell in the Peak District. Incorporating an earlier Tudor House, the main part of the present hall was built in 1626-1628 by Bernard Wells, a lead merchant originally from Gloucestershir... read more
Ogston Hall - Derbyshire
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Ogston Hall is a grade II* Jacobean and Georgian residence which was extensively remodeled by Thomas Hine between 1850 and 1864.

Terraced gardens with spectacular views over mature parkland and the Amber Valley are a notable feature. read more