Saturday, 28th November 2020

Christmas is a wonderful time of year, especially at Chatsworth. Every winter the house is adorned with spectacular Christmas displays guaranteed to raise the festive spirit. From the moment you arrive you will step into a winter wonderland with one of Europe’s most significant art collections as a backdrop.

Chatsworth, the magnificent home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is set in the heart of the Peak District National Park in

Derbyshire, on the banks of the river Derwent. There are more than 30 beautifully decorated rooms to explore, a 105-acre garden famous for its historic and modern waterworks and sculptures, and a 1,000-acre park, designed by ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1760s.

Select rooms on the upper floor of the house will be closed for annual conservation during the Christmas season.

Where better to start your Christmas shopping than at the Chatsworth Christmas

market? With over 100 market stalls offering a wide range of Christmas gifts and decorations, it’s a great way to start the festive season. 

Set on Lodge Hill, the Chatsworth Christmas Market offers one of the best festive shopping experiences, with lots of artisan gifts and premium food and drink on offer.

Take a break from shopping and enjoy a mulled wine or a German beer at one of the outdoor bars, or sample some delicious food, with gourmet burgers and sausages, hot pork rolls, pancakes, churros and more.

A stop will also be made at the well-stocked Chatsworth Farm Shop where there will plenty of Christmas goodies on offer.

The coach will depart the Manchester area mid morning for our journey to the Chatsworth Estate.

What's included –
  • Return Coach transport 
  • Timed Entry Ticket to Chatsworth House at Christmas
  • Stop at Chatsworth Farm Shop en-route

Price –

  • £39 Member Plus
  • £40 Member
  • £41 Non-Member

For further details and bookings, you can either use the Reservation Form or contact Bob Walker 

Please include your Name, Home Address, Contact Telephone Number, Membership Number and the Number Places Required (Member/Non-Member)