Herds of Red and Fallow deer graze in the park in front of Heathy Lea and there is direct access into the 1100 acres of parkland from the property. Chatsworth house itself is a 5 min drive away or alternatively an idyllic 20min walk through the park.
The property dates back to the 17th Century and over the years has seen many uses including gamekeepers cottage, smallholding, and more recently the home to the Duke of Devonshire's agent. It has now however been converted into a holiday accommodation centre offering luxury bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation.
Situated just off one of the main access roads to the Peak District and only 20 minutes drive from the MI it is a superb base for further exploration of one of Englands most beautiful areas.
Heathy Lea is a beautiful grade II listed building tucked away on its own in the north east corner of Chatsworth Park in the Derbyshire Peak District National Park. It is in an outstanding position enjoying 360 degree views of the parkland and the surrounding countryside.