Can you stay at Tissington Hall?

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Can you stay at Tissington Hall?

Stay With Why leave the beautiful Tissington Estate? We can accommodate up to 17 of your guests within the village.

How old is Tissington Hall?

Tissington, with its rich history dating back to the eleventh century, is unique in that it is one of only 300 homes in the country that can boast the fact that the descendants of the original builder still live there, 400 years later.

Who owns tissington?

FitzHerbert family
Tissington is a village in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England. The appropriate civil parish is called Tissington and Lea Hall. The population of this parish at the 2011 census was 159. It is part of the estate of Tissington Hall, owned by the FitzHerbert family since 1465.

When was Tissington Hall built?

Tissington Hall was built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church of St Mary’s in the centre of the village.

Is Tissington Hall open to the public?

Welcome. From open days and family tours to special events and weddings, there is always something happening at Tissington Hall.

How long does the Tissington Trail take?

There are no facilities, but there is a picnic bench. WALK HIGHLIGHTS: Open views whilst cycling along both the High Peak and Tissington Trails. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE: Without kids this would be a 1 hour cycle, but we took about 2.5 hours with stops along the way.

Is tissington open?

Things to do; Tissington Hall is open to visitors at certain times and there are tearooms, gift shops and craft shops. The Limestone Way footpath goes through Tissington and there are good routes all around for ramblers. There is no pub in the village, but The Bluebell Inn is on the A515 near Tissington Gates.

Can you walk the Tissington Trail?

The traffic-free Tissington Trail is ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. This 13-mile trail is mostly flat and traffic-free, making it ideal for family days out and beginner cyclists. There’s plenty to see en route as you pass through the beautiful countryside of the Derbyshire Dales.

Does tissington have a pub?

A pub popular with visitors to Derbyshire’s Peak District is up for sale. The Bluebell Inn, in Tissington, near Ashbourne, has been put on the market with a guide price of £295,000, giving someone the ideal opportunity to restore this pub to its former glory and reap the benefits.

How big is Tissington Hall estate in Derbyshire?

Tissington Hall Estate, Tissington Village, Derbyshire, Historic Derbyshire Country House. Located at the southern edge of the Peak District National Park, the Estate extends to just under 2000 acres, centred on Tissington Hall. In total there are 46 residential properties with approximately 70% them being listed.

When was Tissington Hall built in Ashbourne?

Tissington Hall was built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church of St Mary’s in the centre of the village.

What to do in Tissington village in Derbyshire?

From our seasonal Christmas events and ghost story nights to the annual Derbyshire well dressing, Tissington village is always abuzz with events for the whole family. Tissington village and the Peak District offers fun and adventure for the whole family.

Why was Tissington Hall made into a tearoom?

Sir Richard knew that he had the difficult situation of living in a listed building, in a conservation village in a National Park, and sought to embrace those assets by attracting visitors to the village. The first project was the conversion of the old coach house in the centre of the village into a thriving tearoom.

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