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Haddon Hall Photo Gallery - Image Detail

Tapestry in the Banqueting Hall
The first terrace (sometimes known as the Bowling Green) leads down a flight of stairs to a wider terrace of further plantings

Haddon Hall Photo Gallery
House Exterior - House Interior - Gardens - Chapel

Haddon Hall

 

  

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This famous landscape garden designer gained his odd nickname from his habit of telling clients that their estates had 'great capability of improvement'



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This Day in British History

29 May, 1593

John Penry executed

Penry was convicted as the author of the Marprelate Tracts, which denied Elizabeth I's supremacy over the Church

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This king was nicknamed 'Longshanks' for his height



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Accommodation
Derbyshire

Nimbus House

Whaley Bridge
Self catering cottage

This three-storey house is located in the High Peak town of Whaley Bridge and can sleep five people in two bedrooms. more >>
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The Cow Shed

Alport
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This cosy, semi-detached studio cottage in Alport near Youlgreave can sleep two people in one room. more >>
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Repton (Hotel)

The Boot Inn

The Boot has been renovated and refurbished by it’s 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 Boot’s own micro-brewery. more >>

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Melbourne (Hotel)

Melbourne Hotel

The recently refurbished and reopened Melbourne Hotel is situated in the heart of Melbourne in Derbyshire close to East Midlands airport and Castle Donnington Park. The warm welcome from our staff will ensure your experience will be one to remember. If you are looking for accommodation our rooms are modern, … more >>

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