A Peak at Chatsworth

On Bank Holiday Monday, my parents and I headed to Derbyshire in search of a nice walk. After a deceptively chilly weather forecast for our original location, we diverted to Chatsworth Park. Or Pemberley, the home of Mr Darcy, in both the BBC and 2005 adaptations of Pride & Prejudice.




The sun very much came out, and the weather was glorious. As it felt like half the country had the same idea, we didn’t check out the house or gardens because it was heaving. Yet just the glimpse I got from outside was enough to see how stunning the place is. Also, major props to the staff working in the ‘picnic house’ which was about as hot as an oven.



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