Tel: 01629 584 732

Bed & Breakfast Matlock, Derbyshire

Tel: 01629 584 732

Spring is in the air in Matlock

Spring is in the air in Matlock

Glendon’s garden is waking up, which means spring is in the air. New signs of life are starting to appear. Our first snowdrops appeared in early February followed shortly after by the yellow crocuses (February Gold). New leaves and buds are forming on the Magnolia...
A “nice” New Year’s Resolution

A “nice” New Year’s Resolution

Since Roman times the idea of stopping off at an Inn, to have some form of Bed and Breakfast has been common place. From this, the notion of hotels emerged, initially from French monks providing shelter in houses called hospitale and from the 19th century more as...
Christmas gift ideas

Christmas gift ideas

Christmas at Glendon Guest House Matlock. Christmas has arrived at Glendon Guest House. The mantle over the fire place is decorated with fresh flowers and foliage in a traditional Victorian style. The Christmas tree is assembled and placed in the breakfast room for...
Matlock Remembrance Day

Matlock Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is on 11 November each year. It commemorates all those who have fallen in the two World Wars (1914-1918 and 1939-1945) and later conflicts. It was originally known as Armistice Day, but was renamed Remembrance Day after the Second World War....
The history of Knowleston Place in Matlock

The history of Knowleston Place in Matlock

Glendon (number 7) is part of the row of four grand Early Victorian residences built between 1857 and 1858 by local industrialist John Knowles on Knowleston Place. The properties were described as beautiful villas, with ornamental and rock gardens opposite shared...
Matlock Victorian Christmas weekend

Matlock Victorian Christmas weekend

In the Market for some Christmas shopping? Christmas markets date from the Middle Ages in German-speaking European countries, with Vienna’s December market first held in 1294. Although the earliest known market taking place at that time of year, it wasn’t a true...

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