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Derbyshire

In the East Midlands of England, Derbyshire is a landscape full of natural beauty and opulence that reminds you of a Jane Austen novel. Not to mention, Derbyshire still takes part in the ancient custom of dressing well. Besides its attractive countryside, and picturesque towns and villages, Derbyshire is filled with great houses dating back to the 15th century. Some of those great houses include Haddon, Hardwich, Chatsworth, Bolsover, Sudbury, and Sutton Scarsdale. Chatsworth is one of the crown jewels of Derbyshire because it is home of the Duke of Devonshire and it has over 35,000 acres of parkland. There are many prehistoric remains from Paleolithic sites at Creswell Crags and Arbor Low consisting of a large circle of almost flat stones. Most famous for The Peak District, which was the first National Park set up in Britain, over three quarters of the area is located within Derbyshire. Besides its parkland and scenery, The Peak District also includes market towns like Buxton, Ashbourne, and Bakewell which is home to the famous Bakewell Tart. Only 3 to 4 hours away from London, Derbyshire’s closest airport is East Midlands Airport. Photo by Tom Podmore on Unsplash

2 Wedding Venues in Derbyshire meet your criteria

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Derbyshire, England
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Combined with its very own Grade II listed water wheel, opulent surroundings and contemporary style, complimenting the charm and romance of the English countryside setting, The...

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8-175

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£95.00

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South Yorkshire, England
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The Kenwood Hall team, comprised of diligent event and wedding coordinators, banqueting and front-of-house staff, along with talented chefs, tirelessly strive to guarantee the...
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2-150

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£75.00

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Derbyshire

In the East Midlands of England, Derbyshire is a landscape full of natural beauty and opulence that reminds you of a Jane Austen novel. Not to mention, Derbyshire still takes part in the ancient custom of dressing well. Besides its attractive countryside, and picturesque towns and villages, Derbyshire is filled with great houses dating back to the 15th century. Some of those great houses include Haddon, Hardwich, Chatsworth, Bolsover, Sudbury, and Sutton Scarsdale. Chatsworth is one of the crown jewels of Derbyshire because it is home of the Duke of Devonshire and it has over 35,000 acres of parkland. There are many prehistoric remains from Paleolithic sites at Creswell Crags and Arbor Low consisting of a large circle of almost flat stones. Most famous for The Peak District, which was the first National Park set up in Britain, over three quarters of the area is located within Derbyshire. Besides its parkland and scenery, The Peak District also includes market towns like Buxton, Ashbourne, and Bakewell which is home to the famous Bakewell Tart. Only 3 to 4 hours away from London, Derbyshire’s closest airport is East Midlands Airport. Photo by Tom Podmore on Unsplash

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