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Lyme Park without the house? May visit.

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Hi

We will be picking up a car in Liverpool and driving to our farm stay B&B at Flagg, in the Peak District.

My plan was to visit Lyme Park on the way; it seems like a great stop and we can't check in at the B&B until late afternoon.

Now I see that the house is not open the day we plan to visit. I think I will be happy with the gardens and grounds, and we've visited a great house before without touring the inside, plus we will visit Chatsworth and Haddon Hall and maybe Hardwick.

I hope to get some feedback. Do I visit the gardens and grounds at Lyme Park or head to a beauty spot or visit a different house?

We are also interested in villages and maybe charming towns, but aren't really shopper.

I hope to be outdoors but a rain plan might be good.

I especially like ruins and churches if you have any to recommend.

Thanks.

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