Come with me for an Autumnal walk around Chatsworth Park. All of a sudden, the leaves have started to turn.
We arrived later than we anticipated, so only had time to wander around the Stand Wood Walk.
I am always ready to sit and admire the view when we reach the top.
I always fancy staying in the Hunting Tower, and now you can hire a chef when you stay too
There are a couple of lovely lakes up here. They gather water from the moors, and then power the fountain in the gardens at Chatsworth House.
The Swiss Cottage
also appeals as a weekend getaway too.
The facelift of the house is almost complete.
We had a lovely walk.
Such a pretty place lovely light in the photos.
Chatsworth is one of my most favourite places on earth...
It looks like your weather was better than ours!
Thanks for sharing, I do love Chatsworth, one of my favourtie places to visit, if only I could live there!! he he have a happy week sweetie
Bee happy x
Beautiful photos. That view is amazing! You really do take the loveliest photos :D
I love the walk in Chatsworth Park at this time of year. Looks like you had some lovely weather for your walk:)
What a lovely place to go and enjoy some autumn sunshine.
we have not been to Chatsworth for years, you were lucky and had great weather. xxx
I could see myself staying quite happily in the Swiss Cottage.
The hunting tower and your own chef sounds the way to go..... Great photos. have a good week. T'other Diane
One of my favourite places, Diane.
Will you be going to see it over the Festive break? I especially love it at Christmas time.
I really must make an effort to go there, I have read so much about Chatsworth and Hardwick Hall and revel in the stories of both places.
Thanks Diane, I always look forward to your annual Autumn walk. We have to drive 3 - 4 hrs to see some Fall foilage. The trees here generally stay green all year round. Once the kids a bit older I hope we get to see some of the beautiful Autumn in our neighbouring States. Arkansas looks pretty spectactular. But until then I will enjoy good old Yorkshire! xx
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