Sudbury Certificated Locations
Sudbury is a delightful, unspoilt village in Derbyshire, and is just 9 miles south of Ashbourne.
Within the Derbyshire Dales and close to fabulous countryside, the village retains much of its charm as a former estate village to Sudbury Hall. There are charming rows of red-bricked cottages and gabled houses lining the main street.
The elegant 17th century Sudbury Hall, set imposingly as you drive into the village, is open to the public and now a National Trust property. Discover its fascinating history and take in the grand stair case and gallery. The Museum of Childhood brings childhood of times gone by to life for all the family.
Why not visit the Vernon Arms, which is named after the family who built the nearby hall. Built as a coaching inn in 1671, when the village was a staging post for mail-coaches, it is now a cosy country pub serving delicious hearty meals and snacks.