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Chatsworth is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been the family home of the Cavendish family since 1549.

There's always something different to see, do and discover at Chatsworth. The House is filled with historic treasures, rare art and stories from Chatsworth's past.

In the Garden you can explore the maze, the unexpected outdoor sculptures and the famous Chatsworth cascade. In the farmyard and adventure playground, fun seekers young and old can come and meet our animals big and small.

You can treat yourself in the gift, interiors, gardening or pantry shops and not forgetting the popular farm shop in Pilsley. Whether you want light refreshments on the move, a hearty three course lunch, or an afternoon tea, our cafes and restaurants have something for everyone.

For more information and details of special events held throughout the year at Chatsworth please visit the Chatsworth website.

Groups are most welcome at Chatsworth. We pride ourselves on the service that we offer to group organisers and the travel trade. Whether you prefer to wander around at your own pace, or take a guided tour- we have a wide range of options available, and can also arrange bespoke packages upon request. For more information on group visits please contact our bookings team on 01246 565 300 or visit our website.

The eighteenth century stables courtyard is home to the Carriage house restaurant and Cavendish Rooms. Both are ideal settings for weddings, civil partnerships, business meetings and special occassion events. To find out more about how you can book our unique event spaces call 01246 565 366 or visit our website.

Chatsworth is a world class learning resource. The house, garden, farmyard, woodland and park are full of inspiration for people of all ages, and in a huge variety of subjects. For more information on educational facilities and resources for schools visit our website.

There are a range of hotels, holiday cottages and our very own estate caravan parks, no matter what your budget there are plenty of places for you to spend the night and enjoy the surroundings.

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Chatsworth is 8 miles north of Matlock, off the B6012. It is 16 miles from junction 29 of the M1, signposted via Chesterfield, and it is 42 miles from junction 19 of the M6. The railway station at Chesterfield is 30 minutes away.

Chatsworth Postcode for SatNav: DE45 1PP


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