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Haddon Hall Photo Gallery - Image Detail

Talbot Dog, Dining Room
This Talbot Dog was painted upon the ceiling of the Dining Room after Sir Henry Vernon (1445 - 1515) married Ann Talbot, daughter of the Earl of Shrewsbury

Haddon Hall Photo Gallery
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Haddon Hall

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Old Stables Ground Floor

Buxton
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Open the windows and look out onto the world! Situated in Flash, Britain?s highest village, the first floor properties have superb views over the … more >>
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Ladybower Retreat

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This wonderful apartment is situated 1.3 miles from the Peak District village of Bamford and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. more >>
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The Wind in the Willows is a delightful early Victorian country house. The hotel is situated within five acres of land and is set amidst unspoilt views of the Peak District National Park. more >>

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Kegworth House dates back over 350 years and is a distinctly English residence situated in Kegworth village. The heritage and history is evident and the elegant Georgian facade . more >>

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