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I have been to Calke many times and it is well worth a visit, but it wanted to go and see some Christmas lights and we had our grandson staying so we decided to make a visit. It was well worth the trip. There was...More
We parked and set off on a walk from Staunton Harrold reservoir. Walking along the reservoir and then across the fields to Calke Abbey is about two miles. It was a cold day but good walking weather.
The welcoming cafe at Calke was an ideal...More
Ideal for walking dogs,romping around with the chidren or brisk walk for exercise. This place has numerous walks and pathways. After a bit of a snack or a meal there are the gardens to explore. Watch out for activities and exhibitions too. Take a trip...More
We absolutely love this place, even the gentle drive through the estate to the car park. The whole site is a real treat and so peaceful.
Set in lovely south Derbyshire countryside, the house is a gem, the grounds and walks within them a real...More
Extensive walks around the park are well worth the visit alone. There are ponds, woodland and grassland habitats to explore, and some wildlife to encounter including the deer. The house itself is a small treasure of old country estate artifacts and furniture, relatively untouched since...More
Only had to pay £4.20 per person as most of house closed but free access to the market and the grounds. The ground floor of the house was open but we didn't go in. The market was good and the outside BBQ was very good...More
We visited here in order to see the Christmas craft fair which was held in an old barn. There were some good stalls, many selling local things. We then had a quick look into the house, most of which was shut for the winter, and...More
Calke Abbey is always a great place to visit, especially at Christmas. I think that the National Trust have done exactly the right thing by leaving the house as they found it. It allows you to imagine how the eccentric Harper-Crewe family really lived and...More