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Out of all the National Trust places I have seen, I have to say that Hardwick has been the best. What a woman Bess was. A lady to be admired.
Well done NT, your staff are warm, frendly and knowledgeable!
The new hall is stunning...More
What a lovely afternoon at Hardwick Hall. Really impressed with the talk and the level of information available. Hats off to all the staff for really making this special. The house / garden was the best we’ve visited for a long time. Volunteers and paid...More
The history attached to Hardeick Hall is absolutely fascinating brought vividly to life by two guides . The two hour tour was excellently executed with the history of the house and with injections of humour. Very impressed. The house, grounds , shop and cafe were...More
Visited with my wife, elderly mother in law and 2 year old grandson. We were in the grassed area outside the restaurant and I went to buy lunch which was intended to be eaten outside.
Ideally I would have used the outside sandwich bar, but...More
This house is only open a few times a year. Visits need to be arranged through "Invitation to View".It is a Georgian House with Grade 11 listing, built in 1720 by John Kynaston whose family still live there. Wild Humphrey Kynaston was one of their...More