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Peak District Gardens
If you are looking for a nice stroll in a park, love to explore beautiful sceneries and want to feel relaxed when your kids run around freely with no fear of cars in the vicinity, you\’ve come to the right place.
We have compiled a list of several special gardens to visit.
We know that it can be difficult to know which to choose from. However, if you have never been to Chatsworth, Tatton Park or Biddulph Grange, these must be your first choices (and they are all very different to each other!).
‘The greatest private palace in England’ (The Independent), a visit here could last more than one day. It has a fabulous house, gardens, grounds, farmyard and the renowned farm shop all are open to visitors. The house has over 30 rooms open to the public and the garden has over 100 acres including the famous water features. Plus don’t forget the Farmyard and Adventure Playground for the smaller ones. Lovely shops and Cafes, and Restaurants.
Home of the RHS Flower Show in July
A fabulous garden including a Japanese garden. Also home to the summer RHS Tatton Park Show. If you are here in approximately the third week of July and a gardener, this is a must see!
A wonderful National Trust house with a famous deer park and, now, a newly created Winter Garden. From the late 1600’s a Deer Park was established and in the ensung 100 years over 100,000 tress were planted. These frame the formal avenues that fan out accross the park. If you visit in the autumn you may see (and hear!) the deer rutting. Go in late winter/early spring to see the multitued of spring bulbs and wintr plants.
Hall View Cottage, Hardstoft, Pilsley, Chesterfield, S45 8AH
One of the best herb gardens in the country and a wide aray of plants for sale.
Biddulph Grange Garden – The National Trust
A National Trust, recently restored garden. It is a series of world garden rooms. Fabulous fun to explore for keen gardeners and children alike! A mid 19th Century garden designed by James Bateman, featuring the Egyptian Court, Chinese Garden and Temple, Pinetum, Fernery, Rock Gardens and tree lined avenues.
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