Visit some prime local real estate...
Chatsworth House and Park
Set in lavish parkland, one of England’s greatest houses is home to the Duke of Devonshire and the Cavendish Family. Build by Bess of Hardwick. Mary Queen of Scots was famously imprisoned here.
A fine 17th Century Hall in the Plague village of Eyam, Hope Valley, which is still in the hands of its original builders, the Wright Family. It has a small set of craft workshops attached.
A mediaeval manor house and home to the Dukes of Rutland and the Manners family. Situated alongside the River Wye near Bakewell.
Hardwick Hall and Park
A magnificent Elizabethan mansion built by Bess of Hardwick, near Chesterfield. Renowned for its tapestries, fine gardens and extensive parkland.
Ilam Hall and Park
The remains of the hall built by the Watts Russell family in the 1820s, close to Ashbourne. The Hall and Park now belong to the National Trust
Kedleston Hall and Park
A classical Palladian Mansion built by Robert Adam, near Derby. Home of the Curzon family and Lords Scarsdale, it is filled with memorabilia of Lord Curzon's time as Viceroy of India.
Lyme Hall and Park
A fine Italianate house in Disley, Cheshire, on the edge of the Peak District. Used by the BBC in their adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' - this is where Mr D'Arcy lived. Set in a large park with gardens.
Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood
Once the home of the Vernon family, a fine and highly individual late 17th Century house between Derby and Uttoxeter. It also houses the recently re-opened 'Museum of Childhood'
Tissington Hall is the 17th century home of the FitzHerbert family in Tissington Village near Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Wonderful furniture, paintings and porcelain collection.