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View over Matlock town centre in Derbyshire

Discounted Local Attractions in Matlock and the Peak District

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As well as fantastic landscape, walking and other outdoor activities, the Peak District has some wonderful attractions in Matlock and the Peak District, for all the family. We are able to provide our guests with special offers for some of the most popular attractions in Matlock and the Peak District, close to Glendon Bed and Breakfast, so please ask before you go ahead and book them.

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Crich Tramway Museum

Crich houses some wonderful examples of historic trams. Much of the work is done by volunteers and offers a wonderful insight into this mode of transport. Throughout the year Crich also stages several event days. We offer discounted tickets for adults, concessions and families. Tickets offer a discount of 10-20%. These can be collected while staying with us. Crich is not open every day, so please check their website in advance.

The Heights of Abraham cable car in Matlock

Heights of Abraham

The Heights takes visitors by cable car to the top of the hill and offers stunning views over the Derwent Valley. At the heights, you can visit the caverns, Tinker’s shaft lookout platform and enjoy a range of other attractions. All tickets to Heights of Abraham need to be booked in advance. If you are staying with us at Glendon you are able to book discounted tickets. When you are staying you need to collect an accommodation card, add your booking number and present this when visiting the Heights of Abraham.

Golfers at Matlock Golf Club

Matlock Golf Club

Matlock golf club offers a challenging 18-hole par 70 course with spectacular views across the Derwent Valley. All guests staying at Glendon will be entitled to their members’ guest rate. The course is a regular venue for inter-county fixtures. Visit their website.

View of Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall is probably the finest example of a fortified medieval manor house in existence. Present-day Haddon Hall dates from the 12th Century to the early 17th Century, whereupon it lay dormant for over two hundred years until the 9th Duke and Duchess of Rutland restored the house and gardens, and once again made it habitable. We have tickets offering a 15% discount tickets for the Hall. Tickets do not need to be booked in advance and can be collected while you are staying at Glendon. Visit their website

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