Sudbury Hall, Sudbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5HT
Tel: 01283 585305
A late 17th-century house with interior woodcarvings by Grinling Gibbons, superb plasterwork, and painted murals and ceilings by Louis Laguerre. The Grand Staircase is one of the most elaborate of its kind in an English house. It featured in the film Pride and Prejudice.
Parking - In main car park, 500yds. Transfer available. Drop-off point.
Building - 11 steps to entrance. 1 wheelchair. Ground floor has 2 steps. Many stairs to other floors. Seating available.
Photograph album - The temporary mini-Museum, housed in the Hall for 2007 only, has no wheelchair access, stairs only.
WCs - Adapted WC in stableyard.
Grounds - Partly accessible, grass and loose gravel paths, some steps. Level access to top terrace.
Shop - Level entrance. Shop small with limited turning space.
Refreshments - Level entrance. Accessible picnic tables.
6m E of Uttoxeter at junction of A50 Derby-Stoke and A515 Ashbourne.
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