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Haddon Hall

Wednesday 18 July

Coach leaves Ness Gardens at 8.30am and returns at 6.30pm.

Tickets cost £29 per person.

Haddon hall is set in the beautiful Peak District National Park. Stunning views abound. This is one of the seats of the Duke of Rutland but is currently occupied by Lord Edward Manners (brother of the current Duke) and his family. Haddon is described as, "sitting like a jewel in its Elizabethan terraced garden and overlooking the River Wye".

It is in form a medieval Manor House described as "the most complete and most interesting of the period". Haddon is built on a hillside and because of the nature of the site there are even levels within the house itself. The garden is accessed via the house. The Fountain Terrace was recently replanted and there is also an Elizabethan inspired knot garden. The newly refurbished restaurant, situated in the 17th-century stable block, serves lunches and afternoon teas.
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Please note: The route from the coach park to the Hall involves crossing a main road, it is important to use the island crossing. A minibus is available for those less able but needs to be booked in advance.

For more information: Haddon Hall (opens external link)

 
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