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The Delights Of Buxton, Chatsworth And The Peak District

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEGLUK06

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach
Discover Derbyshire's pretty scenery and visit one of Britain's finest stately homes, Chatsworth House, also known as the 'Palace of the Peaks'.
PRICE FROM ? £609 per person
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5 day itinerary

  • Day 1

    Local departure by coach or Door-to-Door service, then to the Peak District for a four-night stay.

    Meals - Dinner

  • Day 2 - Chatsworth & Bakewell

    We visit Chatsworth House, the Devonshire's ancestral home and one of the country’s grandest stately homes. Filled with historic masterpieces from all over the world, marvel at the magnificent art collection, soak up the impressive architecture and explore the extensive grounds and gardens.

    We continue to pretty Bakewell which is renowned for delicious Bakewell Pudding. Thought to have been created by accident in the 19th century, it is a must-try when visiting the town!

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 3 - Day at leisure or Castleton and Hathersage

    Enjoy free time in beautiful Buxton, and admire the elegance of the Edwardian Opera House and pretty Pavilion Gardens. Alternatively, venture further afield with our optional excursion to Castleton and Hathersage. Both are pretty villages surrounded by gorgeous rolling countryside.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 4 - Staffordshire Moorlands

    Our included ride on the Churnet Valley Railway takes you back to the classic days of rail travel, on a rural line that passes through beautiful countryside known as Staffordshire's 'Little Switzerland'. One of the country’s best-kept secrets, enjoy picturesque stations, rural Staffordshire Moorland Scenery, the River Churnet and the waterside views of Cauldon Canal on this nostalgic journey.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 5

    Return home.

    Meals - Breakfast

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Situated at the very heart of Buxton, the Old Hall Hotel dates back to 1573 and is reputedly England’s oldest hotel. The New Hall as it was then known was built by the Earl and Countess of Shrewsbury; the Countess being the redoubtable ‘Bess of Hardwick’ who built Hardwick Hall and Chatsworth. The children from her first marriage to Sir William Cavendish created the line of the Dukes of Devonshire whose generations have lived at Chatsworth House until the present day. The New Hall was built with the sanction of Queen Elizabeth First, to provide accommodation for Mary Queen of Scots who was under house arrest. Today the Old Hall is a charming hotel within ancient walls.<_o3a_p>

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