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National Trust - Hardwick Hall

31 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 2 de 4

Conseils des habitants

Helen
Helen
April 15, 2021
Fantastic Stately Home
Jennie
Jennie
May 4, 2021
5 minutes drive from the cottage. A National Trust Elizabethan country house. Can be walked across roads and fields in about 40 minutes and the paths can get muddy, so for the more serious walkers
Glyn & Lynn
Glyn & Lynn
October 30, 2020
Historic and impressive building in beautiful grounds the Hardwick Inn is also one of the best places locally for a meal.
Mandy
Mandy
February 27, 2021
Visit this amazing historic home and learn all about Bess of Hardwick, an ambitious woman who survived 4 husbands and amassed wealth and property on a huge scale.
Jack
Jack
March 15, 2021
Elizabethan Manor built by Bess of Hardwick - lots to see both inside and out. Tea rooms and shop and a fully operational water mill in nearby Stainsby.
Crista
Crista
September 4, 2019
16th century house and gardens owned by the National Trust.

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Emplacement
Chesterfield, Derbyshire S44 5
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