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November 10, 2010


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That looks like a lovely place to visit. I've always thought that it would be a bit boring for my two but it sounds like they would love it x


Lovely day!

Karin @ Cafe Bebe

We visited Chatsworth House about 4 years ago before we had Little Miss. Very good to know that it has child appeal. I loved the waterfall steps. Those statues weren't there 4 years ago! Very cool!




I live not far and me and my friends go to chatsworth alot (a lot of them have yearly passes which gets a guest in free (me)). It never fails to be anything other than a great day out. There is loads to do (I've never been in the house). The statues aren't there anymore they were part of a temp exhibition. The house is supposed to be fanatastic when decorated for Xmas. The playground above the farm yard has sandpits and water features (take a change of clothes).

Jennifer Howze

Sounds like a fabulous day. We've found that the kids tend to really enjoy visits to stately homes. Maybe it's the grounds, where they can run around, but I think they also like houses that look like castles.

Hope you don't mind but I've added this review to the BMB travel review map, with a link back to this review.

Rosie Scribble

That's great Jen. Thanks for adding it.

Metropolitan Mum

Sounds lovely. I am looking forward to the time little L will be a bit bigger and I can take her to places like this. There is so much I want to discover about England!

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