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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 historic house for fascinating stories and one of Europe's most significant art...more
Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1PP, England
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We paid £65 for 2 adults and an 8 year old child to visit . It took us less than an hour to go round at a fairly slow pace. The fairy tale theme was not well done, lots of Christmas trees but only one...More
We went today. Everything about our pre-arrival information, arrival, ticket check, displays, Guides on hands to answer questions, soup and croutons afterwards, help in the shops was brilliant. But we went last year and Fagin and Miss Haversham were so exceptional maybe I was expecting...More
Me and my family came specifically 4 the Christmas market and Alice in Wonderland but was disappointed 2 find the market had finished last wk and the theme was story book. Otherwise a good day although very cold
I've been to Chatsowrth House a number of times in the past but I've never seen it look as wonderful as it does with the Christmas 2018 decorations.
The theme this year is Fairy tales and the way that these are depicted is so imaginative...More
The worst Afternoon Tea I have ever ever experienced. Mr Kipling could have done better. Nothing was homemade, a tesco scotch egg cut in half, rolls with very little filling, a large goats cheese tart cut in half, mass produced sponge with a strawberry on...More
We visited the house to see the Christmas display which, as usual, were absolutely superb. The only niggle is that we booked on-line and had timed tickets but were still kept in a queue for about twenty minutes before being allowed into the house. However,...More
We went to Castle Howard, last year, and it was spectacular. Chatsworth, was lovely, but, as it only took one hour to get around, and we took our time, at £50 for two people, was MASSIVELY overpriced. Felt really ripped off...
Finally managed to visit Chatsworth to enjoy the house decorated for Christmas!
I booked tickets for the twilight event in a Thursday evening with my parents and other members of the family.
Very well organised and a great idea to stagger booking times to avoid...More
This year, Chatsworth’s Christmas decorations are better than ever. The trees decorating the various rooms which are open were magnificent, often themed to a fairy story or children’s tale. The animations were well done and the journey from room to room was fascinating -with both...More
Visited the Christmas market and toured the House.It was a week day and was still quite busy so I can imagine it gets a bit difficult to view the stalls at weekends.
However we thoroughly enjoyed our visit and thought the house was beautiful.
Response from ianO2421JJ | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes you can however you do have to pay a parking charge. I believe the charge this year is £20 per car. If you like a stroll through the estate I would recommend you park in the Baslow public car park and follow the... More
Hi, Yes you can however you do have to pay a parking charge. I believe the charge this year is £20 per car. If you like a stroll through the estate I would recommend you park in the Baslow public car park and follow the signs to the estate. It's a gentle short walk and you will save on the parking charges.