Things to do

Yeldersley Hall may nestle in rural countryside, but there are many nearby towns and villages, tourist attractions, and food & drink destinations with a great deal to offer.

The local area

Just 2.7 miles away is Ashbourne, one of Derbyshire’s finest old market towns, combining a medieval street pattern and historic buildings with a wealth of high quality shops. Here you will find a cobbled market square, hidden alleys and yards that are a delight to explore. In addition ‘Church Street’ in Ashbourne is considered to be the finest street of Georgian buildings in Derbyshire. Click here for more information on Ashbourne in Derbyshire.

As well as Ashbourne, Tissington, Osmaston, Hartington, Bakewell, Buxton are all within close proximity and are well worth a visit. Local events of interest include,
Royal Shrovetide Football
Mappleton Bridge Jump
Dovedale Dash
Ashbourne Show
Yeldersley Hall Open GardensWe normally run a charity open gardens day around the third Sunday in May with maypole dancing, a wind band and cream teas (very English!)

A walkers paradise

Yeldersley Hall is also ideally situated for exploring Derbyshire and the Peak District, where you can discover a spectacular landscape in one of the most beautiful & inspiring parts of the British Isles.

If walking is your thing, why not consider exploring Dovedale, Manifold valley, Lathkill Dale or the Tissington Trail?

Inspiring local attractions

If you enjoy architecture, history and heritage, we are lucky enough to be within striking distance of some of the most stunning country houses in Britain. These include,

Chatsworth House
Kedleston Hall
Calke Abbey
Hardwick Hall
Haddon Hall
Sudbury Hall

We are also fortunate to be situated nearby several popular tourist attractions such as,

Carsington Water
Alton Towers
Heights of Abraham
Gulliver’s Kingdom
Peak Cavern
Blue John Caves