From the M1 take Junction 29, Chesterfield, and follow the brown signs to Chatsworth House - 16 miles. After crossing the cattle grid into Chatsworth park take the first right into Edensor village, follow the road to the left of the village green, up the hill and the Vicarage is the last house facing onto the street.
From Matlock, take the A6, then the B6012 - 8 miles. After crossing the river bridge follow the road over the cattle grid, through Chatsworth park, keeping to the left past the entrance to Chatsworth House until you see Edensor village on your left indicated by a blue teapot for the tea rooms. Turn left into the village, follow the road to the left of the village green, up the hill and the Vicarage is the last house facing onto the street.
We are 30 minutes drive from Chesterfield railway station and 40 minutes from Sheffield railway station and 20 minutes drive from Matlock railway station.
*If travelling through Baslow, you will see the Golden Gates into Chatsworth. These are for authorised access only, except in the case of some special events. Please follow the brown signs to Chatsworth on the B6012.
By public transport
The closest mainline train station to Chatsworth is Chesterfield. Buses from Chesterfield are not direct to Chatsworth, the closest bus stop is Baslow (2km by foot).
It is possible to take the train to Sheffield then take a bus from the Sheffield Interchange (across the road) directly to Chatsworth. Buses run approximately every hour.
East Midlands Trains operate regular trains to and from Chesterfield and Sheffield via Derby. Chesterfield station is approximately 2 hours journey from London St Pancras. East Midlands Trains also run services from Manchester and Nottingham. CrossCountry Trains operate services from Birmingham, Leeds and York to Chesterfield and Sheffield.
To plan your journey, you can visit the National Rail Enquiries web site
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