Located on and around the Chatsworth Estate, our collection of cottages, shepherds' huts, country inns, and hotels offer an escape from daily routine and a comfortable base from which to explore Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Many of the properties are steeped in history and provide far-reaching views over the unspoiled landscape, encouraging relaxation and creating opportunities to enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, and wildlife spotting.
Our inns and hotels are also popular with those that appreciate high-quality food and drink. Menus are updated regularly to showcase the best seasonal ingredients sourced from local producers, sustainable suppliers, and the Chatsworth Estate.
The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow combines luxurious accommodation and far reaching views with triple AA rosette dining, and is ideally located to explore the countryside on the doorstep, or towns and villages slightly further afield.
Cottages and conversions
From quaint thatched cottages and renovated farmhouses to a medieval hunting tower, our collection of 'boltholes' offers character, comfort, and the opportunity to make lasting memories.
Situated in a private hamlet on the estate, our shepherds' huts are handcrafted in the UK using sustainable natural materials and sleep between 2–4 guests. Plus, they're fully insulated for comfort in all seasons.
Located in the picturesque rural villages of Pilsley and Beeley, our country inns offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere alongside high-quality food and drink.
There’s so much to explore and discover at Chatsworth; from one of Europe’s finest art collections in the house and the 105-acre garden that’s been cultivated over nearly 500 years, to a programme of talks, tours, workshops, and events throughout the year.
So why not combine your stay with a Chatsworth experience? Learn more through the links below.
Chatsworth House has been home to sixteen generations of the Devonshire family spanning almost five centuries. Within the house is preserved one of the country's most significant private collections of art, sculpture, furniture, and ceramics, and an archive rich in family and social history.
At 105 acres, and the result of nearly 500 years of careful cultivation and progression, Chatsworth Garden offers a wide variety of walks that take in historic and more recent features, such as fountains, ponds, sculpture, a maze, and a rock garden, plus numerous picturesque spaces for quiet contemplation.
Arts & culture events
From behind-the-scenes tours with curators to after-hours sketching sessions in the Sculpture Gallery, our programme of arts and culture-themed events offer opportunities to explore interests, whilst learning something new.
Food & drink events
Our calendar of varied food and drink events includes regular wine and supper clubs, themed dine and dance get-togethers, and pre-prepared picnics showcasing seasonal produce from the estate and makers based across Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Chatsworth offers a varied range of engaging children's events and family fun days out designed to entertain, inspire and educate, as well as create long-lasting shared memories.
Our history-themed events draw on the expertise and knowledge of our visitor experience and collections teams and create opportunities to step back in time and find out more about items in our collection, the history of Chatsworth, and the Devonshire family.
Nature & wildlife
From guided walks in the landscape to the chance to learn more about farming and farmyard animals through hands-on activities, Chatsworth offers opportunities to reap the many benefits of creating deeper connections with nature and wildlife.
Christmas at Chatsworth
From early November, Chatsworth is dressed for Christmas with a host of themed events and activities to enjoy over the festive season. As one of the most popular events of the year, accommodation in the area is always in demand so booking well in advance is recommended.
The Bolton Abbey Estate
Situated in the heart of the picturesque Yorkshire Dales is the Bolton Abbey Estate. Comprising 30,000 acres of unspoilt countryside, the estate provides ample opportunities to enjoy riverside walks, fishing, cycling and rock climbing, as well as inspiring creative pursuits such as painting, writing or photography.
Our collections of holiday cottages, hotels, restaurants, and a spa provide the perfect base from which to explore the heritage and romance of this breathtaking landscape.
Relax, enjoy locally sourced seasonal dining beside roaring fires, and make memories that will last forever.