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Cricket World Cup Accommodation

28 Jan, 2019 | Cricket

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground Nottingham

Got your tickets for the ICC Cricket world cup 2019?

Places to stay over the Cricket World Cup are filling up fast, Glendon Bed and Breakfast in Derbyshire is well placed for Trent Bridge in Nottingham, Old Trafford in Manchester and Headingley in Leeds. There are also excellent public transport links into all the major venues, so you can leave your car with us and enjoy the match.

If you weren’t lucky enough to get a ticket in the lottery then the remaining seats go on sale on 19 February at 10am, you will need to have registered beforehand on the ICC Cricket World Cup website – good luck!

Cricketer holding a cricket ball

Extend your stay and explore Derbshire

Why not combine it with a great opportunity to stay and discover some of our other fantastic attractions and historic houses including Chatsworth House and the UKs oldest National Park – the Peak District

View of Chatsworth House across the lake

The ICC Cricket World Cup

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the international championship of One Day International (ODI) cricket. The event is organised by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), every four years, with preliminary qualification rounds leading up to a final’s tournament. The tournament is one of the world’s most viewed sporting events and is considered the “flagship event of the international cricket calendar” by the ICC.

This year the Cricket World Cup will be held in England and Wales from 30th May culminating with the final on Sunday 14th  July at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground. The first world cup was hosted in England in 1975 and it has been hosted on four occasions in England and wales, with the last in 1999. This year England and Wales host the world cup for the fifth time. Although England has hosted the world cup on more occasions than any other country it has never won the tournament. Australia has won on five previous occasions.

There will be 10 teams competing. The matches will be hosted in 11 different venues. From Durham in the north to Southampton in the south.

Here’s looking forward to another great tournament. And if you’re venturing to some matches near Derbyshire and looking for somewhere to stay it would be great to welcome you to Glendon.

View across Lady Bower dam in Peak District

Reviews from our guests

review rating 5
  It is most definitely a 'five' star rating from me. The beds are amazingly comfortable. You feel like you are sleeping on a cloud, that was my first reaction when we first visited a few years ago! The breakfasts are amazing. Absolutely finest B&B I've ever stayed in.

Gill Hill

review rating 5
  This is the most beautiful B&B we have ever stayed in. From arrival to departure we loved our stay. The rooms are immaculate and have lots of lovely features - the shower room had Elemis Products to use and the bed was big and very comfy. There was also a fridge in the room with fresh milk for the tea and coffee provided and where you could buy additional snacks if you wanted. The Lemon drizzle cake in the room on arrival was delicious and a lovely welcoming touch. The Owners were nothing but amazing - so hospitable. There was so much choice for Breakfast and was the best eggs royale I have ever eaten. My partner and I got engaged during our stay and on departure Damien presented us with a card and a bottle of Prosecco, absolutely lovely and left us smiling all the way back to Birmingham - Thank you so much. If we came back to Matlock we would not want to stay anywhere else and I will be recommending this place to everyone I know. Thank you for such a lovely stay xxx

Emma Graham

review rating 5
  The best B&B we have stayed at. Period. Immaculate rooms, brilliant location for the peak district, perfect hosts, and the best full-English breakfast around. We will definitely be back!

Michael Taylor

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