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- Two Dales
Rowsley in Derbyshire is a typical Peak District village with a fine 17th century stone manor house, converted into the Peacock Hotel in 1828. The Village is a good walking centre. Across the Wye Bridge the road leads westwards to Haddon Woods, and across the Derwent paths wind to the moors.
The name “Rowsley” is derived from Old English, meaning “Woodland clearing belonging to a man called Hrothwulf”. Rowsley was mentioned in the Domesday book as “Reuslege”.
Haddon Hall, 1½ miles west, is one of the best-restored English medieval manors. It has romantic associations because of the elopement in 1558 of John Manners with Dorothy Vernon, during her sister's wedding party. Restoration was completed in the 1930's, and there are beautiful terraced gardens.
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