Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House

Edensor Church, Chatsworth

Edensor Church, Chatsworth

Fallow Deer, Chatsworth

Fallow Deer, Chatsworth

Chatsworth

Chatsworth is approximately 10 miles and a 20 minute drive from The Cornerhouse in Tideswell. Chatsworth, known as the “Palace of The Peak” is one of Britain’s most visited stately homes. It has glorious grounds and deer parks to walk through, cafes, restaurants to try, adventure playgrounds for kids and a farm shop to browse.

 

Chatsworth is an historic house and is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It has been a film location for several films and documentaries including Pride & Prejudice and Death comes to Pemberley.

 

Click here to see the official website for events such as Chatsworth Country fair in September, Christmas market, where to eat etc.

 

Edensor (pronounced Enza) is a village in Derbyshire is the closest village to Chatsworth House and much of it belongs to the Dukes of Devonshire. Originally the village was close to the River Derwent immediately below Chatsworth, but between 1838 and 1842, the 6th duke of Devonshire had it moved out of sight over a hill, apart from one cottage whose tenant did not want to move, which still stands in Chatsworth Park.

 

Try the small café which can be found in the old Post Office in Edensor, serving delicious homemade lunches, cakes, coffees and teas.