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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
House Exterior - House Interior - Gardens - Chapel

Haddon Hall

 

  

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The Derbyshire is idealy located whether here for business or leisure, at Junction 28M1. The Chatterleys Restaurant has an informal atmosphere with a carvery style service including a selection of dishes including grills and roasts, with chefs cooking before your very eye. The Leisure Club has an indoor heated swimming … more >>

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