Hardwick Hall

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Hardwick Old Hall, Hardwick Gardens, Doe Lea, Chesterfield, S44 5QJ

Hardwick Hall is a stunning 16th-century house and gardens in the Peak District, near Chesterfield, in Derbyshire. With its rolling hills and Grade I listed parkland, this National Trust landmark is an ideal place for countryside walks and has places to eat and a bookshop. The historic house has a beautiful hall, while the outdoors has a herb garden, orchards, and woodland family play trails. Assistance dogs can access the entire property including the house and gardens, while other dogs are welcome on leads around the parkland as Hardwick Park is a working farm with cows and sheep.

Facilities: Restaurant, toilets, disabled toilet, induction loop, bookshop, plant shop, café kiosk.

How to get there
By car: Leave M1 at exit 29 and follow brown signs to Hardwick Hall. For Sat Nav, use postcode S44 5RW.
By train: Sutton Parkway station (5.9 miles).

Website: Hardwick Hall

Hardwick Hall features gardens, orchards, and woodland play trails.
Visit Hardwick Hall on a cycle or walking trail in Ashfield

Hardwick Hall Loop from Kirkby in Ashfield cycle trail
Pleasley and the Five Pits cycle trail

Lady Spencer walking trail
Testing for Gas walking trail

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