Historic Houses in the Peak District and The Peacock at Rowsley

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Historic Houses in the Peak District and The Peacock at Rowsley

Explore the magnificent Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall this spring.

The Peak District boasts an impressive number of historic houses including the magnificent Chatsworth, the medieval splendour of Haddon Hall, Bess of Hardwick’s masterpiece – Hardwick Hall, and smaller properties full of character, like Eyam Hall.

The Peacock at Rowsley hotel in the heart of the Peak District countryside is perfectly positioned to explore these stately houses, with Haddon Hall www.haddonhall.co.uk and Chatsworth House www.chatsworth.org just minutes away by car.

Peacock guests enjoy discounted entry to Haddon Hall and Chatsworth, with half price admission to Haddon Hall – which along with The Peacock is owned by Lord Edward Manners and are of the same historic estate – and 20% off entry to Chatsworth House.

Whilst guests soak up the history and grandeur of the region’s historic houses by day, the evenings can be enjoyed in the equally-atmospheric Peacock hotel, which was once the dower house to Haddon Hall and is located in the centre of the pretty Derbyshire village of Rowsley.

With the roaring fire in The Peacock’s cosy bar, its award-winning three Rosette restaurant and comfortable bedrooms with antique furnishings, book a break with The Peacock at Rowsley this spring and enjoy all the Peak District has to offer.

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2016-05-05T15:22:51+00:00 April 12th, 2015|