The majority shareholder of Heywood Hill is The Duke of Devonshire, whose magnificent home in Derbyshire is known as the Palace of the Peaks.
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The Mitford Archive's website, overseen by Charlotte Mosley, for Deborah, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire.
Wikipedia entry for the eldest of the Mitford sisters, who worked at Heywood Hill's bookshop during the Second World War.
The senior trade organisation of which Heywood Hill have been members since 1936.
Recently updated website for the antiquarian book trade's international body.
Serviced apartments above Heywood Hill.
Just across Curzon Street and a few steps down Half Moon Street lies this beautiful hotel, founded in 1851. Recently refurbished in a style mixing the contemporary with Georgian elegance, you can be certain of a warm welcome.
Beautiful Cotswold pub owned by Nancy Mitford's sister Deborah, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire.
Devonshire Hotels & Restaurants are an intimate collection of unique places, located in tranquil and unspoilt locations in Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
Lismore Castle has been the Irish home of the Dukes of Devonshire since 1753 and is possibly the most spectacular castle in Ireland.
Handsome paperback editions of travel books, as well as Oswald Wynd's The Ginger Tree.
For those who like their crime fiction hard-boiled ...
Author of wonderful historical novels and A Social History of Tea.
A local website for Mayfair, with a good news & events page