The Lumsdale Valley, a local walk from Matlock and a hidden treasure. Situated on the edge of Matlock town you will find a secret valley which is home to one of Britain’s best water-powered industrial archaeological sites. Now owned by the Arkwright Society, the...
The year that is… Derbyshire! Welcome to 2018. We hope you had a great start to the New Year and are looking forward to 2018. As usual Derbyshire and the Peak District have a range of events during the year. The famous well-dressings that run throughout the summer;...
Did you know the first single line cable tramway was opened in Matlock on the 28th March 1893? The tramway was the steepest anywhere in the world its gradient was measured at one in five and a half over its five eighths of a mile length. It carried more than a quarter...
The Romans were the first “tourists” in Derbyshire, to exploit its caves and caverns for minerals. Lead was mined for hundreds of years. In the Hope Valley, on the boarder of the “White Peak” and “Dark Peak” you will find several Caves to visit. Peak Cavern, also...
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...
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.