Accommodations in Bakewell near Chatsworth (Bakewell, United Kingdom)
Chatsworth (Bakewell, United Kingdom)
Chatsworth House is the ancestral seat and family home of the Dukes of Devonshire. It is situated in the midst of 1000 acres of parkland in Derbyshires Peak District National Park about 6 miles from Bakewell. The house was used as the backdrop for the film Pride and Prejudice. The grounds include gardens, lakes and fountains. There is also an estate farm, shop and restaurant. Opening hours (Mar 15 - Dec 23): Garden: 10:30am - 6pm House: 11am - 5pm Farmyard: 10:30am - 5:30pm The park is open daily. The house car park is available during opening hours and costs £ 1.50. There is a free car park within the park. Chatsworth is wheelchair friendly. For information about admission fees please visit the website
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