Chatsworth House (Bakerwell) Reviews
Description:Chatsworth / Bakewell / Derbyshire / DE45 1PP / Tel: +44 (0)1246 565 300 (24 hrs) / Fax: +44 (0)1246 583 536 / Email: ... more
Newest Review: ... of touching on Mary Queen of Scots imprisonment at Chatsworth House under the guard of Bess and one of her many husbands. It's easy to see everything as visitors are 'herded' around by use of ropes and guiding staff, while this might sound a little stifling it actually works very well and ensures you see everything with the option of skipping areas which are of no interest to you. You have ... more
Customer Chatsworth House (Bakerwell) Reviews (10)
by - written on 18/01/13 (Very useful, 90 readings)
~x~x~ Our House, In The Middle Of Our Street ~x~x~ During a recent weekend in Bakewell we decided to split up, Mark taking Charlotte go-karting while Hollie and I took a trip to Chatsworth House - a place I've wanted to visit for years but have never gotten around to it. I jumped at the chance to introduce five year old Hollie to a bit of culture, and as she'd been learning about royalty at school as part of the jubilee celebrations I knew she'd love the aristocratic slant to this day out. I could bore you with a lengthy history of Chatsworth House, but there are more knowledgeable articles available online - what I will say is that this 16th ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 201 readings)
I am afraid that as objective as I shall try to make this review, I am absolutely infactuated with the Chatsworth estate. This is due to my life and Chatsworth interlinking throughout the years through different events/happenings. First of all, the Chatsworth estate is not far from where I live, probably about 20 minutes in the car which has meant that I have visited many times from my childhood trips with school to my more recent visits. (If you don't want to read about my personal love for Chatsworth please skip to paragraph 4 :-)). Although I have many good memories of my visits to Chatsworth, a fairly recent event, rekindled my love affair with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09, updated on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Summary: Chatsworth House is a well-maintained stately home set in fantastic grounds comprising gardens, fields, wooded areas, vantage points and a farm centre. Features: The main house is a fantastically well kept and brilliantly maintained example of a fine English stately home. Staffed by guides and helpers, there is an abundance of interesting period features, and the coffee shops and souvenir shops provide a good end-point to the tour. The gardens are superb and you can explore for hours around the various sections. If you are feeling a little adventurous, you could also paddle in the gigantic 'cascade waterfall' and explore the hidden delights ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Chatsworth House in Derbyshire is one of the most popular stately homes in the country, and I think deservedly so. Aside from the majestic building and exceptionally well kept grounds, the farm shops and children's play areas including a farm yard, there is a strong sense of openness and welcoming for all guests as the Duke of Devonshire, following his father's footsteps, has kept a huge portion of the house open to the public. Chatsworth House has many events which attract visitors including horse trials, classic motor shows, proms in the summer and the house is spectacularly dressed at Christmas. The Chatsworth gardens also are a major feature with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/08 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Having grown up nearby Chatsworth House I have visited many times. I have always enjoyed it my visits and never been disappointed. When visiting Chatsworth there is so much to see. The house itself is amazingly decorated and it takes a couple of hours to walk round and see everything properly. Everytime I visit I find something new in the house that I have not seen previously. The gardens are also breathtaking and really worth a visit. They are very extensive and you can easily fill a couple of hours walking around and exploring. If you are visiting with young children there is also a farm and adventure playground which can be ... Read the complete review
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