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Renishaw Hall, Renishaw

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4.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • I live locally and have never visited before. The hall and gardens are lovely especially on a sunny day. The hall is open to the public by guided tour on certain days only and it would probably be adv...  read more »
  • We went several years ago and very much enjoyed the gardens. We went back for a tour of the house and lunch and had a wonderful time. It is very much a family business and the personal touch is everyw...  read more »
  • We visited in September and there was still colour and variety in the gardens. We booked a house tour, which was quirky and interesting. The grounds and house were all immaculately kept,and The cafe h...  read more »
  • One of our favourite places in Derbyshire. Steeped in literary and arts history as the family home to the bohemian Sitwell's and with one of the most beautiful gardens we have ever visited (recently voted the 5th most romantic garden in the world). The gardens are lovely all season but our highlights include the daffodils, snowdrops and helebores in March, the camelia walk way and the carpet of bluebells through the woodland in April/May, the laburnum tunnel (like a dose of sunshine), the white garden in June and the blue garden in July. By mid summer the borders are a riot of colour and the lakes are fringed with bulrushes and meadow sweet. Please explore every part of the gardens as there is often a hidden statue or beautiful planting through a gap in the yew hedge that would be easily missed. If you have a young family ask at the visitor centre for the free children's trail. It is hidden away but ours loved finding Winnie the Pooh and Mary Poppins and the tyre swing and willow maze. There are also beautiful carvings to be discovered and a field of cows with a moose scupture at the end. Dogs are welcome and the walk down through the woods and around the lakes is perfect for them but wellies might be needed. The courtyard is a wonderful Italian-esque setting to soak up the sun and the cafe sells very more - ish cake.
  • Fascinating gardens and sculptures, a RHS partner garden. The free to enter family museum provides a fascinating insight into the history of the house and gardens along with many a detailed look at the life of Dame Edith Sitwell.
  • Beautiful gardens and grounds. This place is a must from mid April onwards to see the new flowers in bloom. The cafe is lovely also.
  • Just visited the stables cafe, not the house or gardens. Lovely quality food for a nice rest, very slow staff though.
  • Such a stress free place to work
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