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The best places and experiences in and around Derbyshire according to Lonely Planet 2019

Derbyshire has loads of amazing sights to see, places to visit and things to experience.

This is the best of the best in and around Derbyshire according to ultimate travel guide, Lonely Planet.

Renowned for the quality of art, landscape and hospitality, Chatsworth House contains works of art that span 4,000 years, 30 rooms to explore, and something for the whole family to enjoy

1. Allow the grandeur of Chatsworth House to take your breath away

Renowned for the quality of art, landscape and hospitality, Chatsworth House contains works of art that span 4,000 years, 30 rooms to explore, and something for the whole family to enjoy
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This is a hugely popular place for the likes of walkers and rock climbers and those who are looking to be rewarded with incredible views of the Dark Peak moorlands and Hope Valley

2. See the Peak District frame from Stanage Edge

This is a hugely popular place for the likes of walkers and rock climbers and those who are looking to be rewarded with incredible views of the Dark Peak moorlands and Hope Valley
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Bolsover Castle was built with the purpose of entertaining and impressing in mind. With amazing views over Derbyshire, this mansion offers up lots for visitors to explore, like lavish rooms, the ruined terrace range and more

3. Behold the fancy walls of fairy tale Bolsover Castle

Bolsover Castle was built with the purpose of entertaining and impressing in mind. With amazing views over Derbyshire, this mansion offers up lots for visitors to explore, like lavish rooms, the ruined terrace range and more
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The oldest inn in England, this pub is situated underneath the cliff upon which Nottingham's historic castle stands, and was once a popular stop off point for crusading knights

4. Make the pilgrimage for a pint at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

The oldest inn in England, this pub is situated underneath the cliff upon which Nottingham's historic castle stands, and was once a popular stop off point for crusading knights
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