Derwent, Ladybower and Howden Reservoirs Following reading a fictional story by a local author, Mark Scott, The Silent Valley, it reawakened interest in the history of the Upper Derwent and the lost villages of Derwent and Ashopton. These were submerged following the...
Nine Ladies Stone Circle – Stanton Moor Situated on Stanton Moor, 5 miles north-west of Matlock is the Nine Ladies Stone Circle, protected and cared for by English Heritage. The stone circle, erected in the Bronze Age, is made up of nine upright gritstone stones...
Autumn is starting to make an appearance here in Derbyshire so why not put on your walking boots and head for the hills? Here in the Peak District we have nine Edges you can explore, an ideal place for walking and rock climbing. The nine are: Derwent; Stanage;...
It is almost impossible to think of the United Kingdom today without any of its outstanding National Parks. However, you do not have to go back too many decades to imagine such a time. The desire for spaces to roam and walk has an interesting history. Back in the...
Welcoming and friendly staff
Delicious home cooked breakfast
Oh and The best lemon drizzle cake ever tasted!
Glendon Guest House thank you
I will most definitely recommend and return to visit
Liz Caton 9/01/2018
Clean, well appointed and comfortable rooms. We took all 5. Very good breakfast and tea when we arrived. Charming hosts.
V Jenks 6/30/2018
Excellent service and a lovely room is something that will be found in Grendon Guest House.
Everything is as good as you might expect and better.
Well done everyone involved.