Things To Do
The Rutland Arms Hotel is situated in stunning scenery amidst The Peak District National Park. Chatsworth House is a must-visit destination, being situated just three and a half miles from Bakewell. Chatsworth is currently the seat of the Dukes of Devonshire; in fact the House itself has been the home of the Cavendish family since 1549. Chatsworth House is famous (amongst many other things) for its beautiful garden that is carefully sculptured and maintained three hundred and sixty five days a year. Chatsworth is the home of a number of unique collections of paintings, drawings, sculpture (particularly neoclassical pieces), furniture and books. It has been voted the countries favourite country house many times over.
RUTLAND ARMS ANTIQUES CENTRE
Situated in the heart of Bakewell and part of The Rutland Arms Hotel, this Georgian setting was once a stable block built by The Duke of Rutland in 1800.
Having been painstakingly restored to its former glory the premises is now an ideal setting for this unique Antiques Centre. An airy, bright and spacious feel along contemporary lines, the Rutland Arms Antiques Centre aims to attract both established buyers and trade but also appeal to a younger generation of collectors too. Located over two floors, we have a variety of reputable dealers from all around the UK who have been trading for many years and offer a wide range of expertise, with antiques to suit all interests and budgets.
Overlooking the River Wye is Haddon Hall, one of England’s finest surviving houses from the middle ages. This beautiful house is the home of Lord Edward Manners and has belonged to his family for over 800 years. Beauty and heritage combine to make a visit here a rewarding experience.
Stay four or more nights in the hotel and get your entrance tickets free (1 ticket per person per stay).
Subject to Haddon Hall opening dates/times. Not available in conjuction with any other offer.
Your stay in Derbyshire isn’t complete until you’ve seen Chatsworth House, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. One of Europe’s finest private art collections and a family history spanning 450 years make this one of Britain’s favourite attractions. Chatsworth was the location for the film production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley. With so much to see, a visit to Chatsworth is a must.
The beautiful Peak District town of Bakewell has had a market since 1330. The town’s Livestock and Stall Markets continue to attract tourists and visitors, as well as providing an essential service to the local community.
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Haddon Hall Tickets
FREE TICKETS on request, when you spend three or more nights on Bed & Breakfast or two or more nights on Dinner, Bed & Breakfast with us
Chatsworth House Tickets
FREE TICKETS on request, when you spend three or more nights on Bed & Breakfast or two or more nights on Dinner, Bed & Breakfast with us.