Four acres of gardens on a narrow site, with the remains of an old mine delving into the hillside. Cascades Garden was created around the ruins of a historic 18th-century corn mill and is formed of fascinating garden rooms, with a water garden, perennial beds, and a winter garden. Clatterway, Bonsall, Derbyshire, England, DE4 2AH
Garden: 100 acres of superb gardens, built up over 3 centuries. The most feature at Chatsworth is the Cascade, a product of the 17th century. The superb 18th century woodland park designed by Capability Brown remains unaltered. There is so much to see - a garden terrace, extraordinary greenhouses, a conservatory garden, arboretum, pinetum, rose garden, and a fountain with a 276 foot high water jet. You'll run out of time before you run out of things to see. Bakewell, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1PP
Lovely formal Italianate gardens surround a 17th century stately home, the seat of the Sitwell family since 1625. The gardens stretch to 8 acres and there are nature and lakeside walks in 300 acres of nearby woodland. Renishaw, Sheffield, Derbyshire, England, S21 3WB
Late Victorian formal gardens and parkland surround the 19th-century mansion of Thornbridge Hall. The gardens were designed for a Sheffield lawyer named George Marples, who wanted to create '1000 shades of green'. The result is a superb example of a late 19th-century garden, with neoclassical sculpture and Italianate terraces. Longstone Lane, Ashford in the Water, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1NZ
The Boot has been renovated and refurbished by itÂs current owners to a very high standard and now offers luxurious accommodation award winning classic and contemporary dishes and real ales including Boot Beer - which is brewed in The BootÂs own micro-brewery.