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Glendon Guest House

Type:Bed & Breakfast

7 Knowleston Place, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3BU
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Glendon Guest House

About

Glendon sits in a terrace in Matlock, formerly a spa town, on the edge of the Derbyshire Dales. Its façade in a small, quiet terrace is attractive and faces gardens designed by Joseph Paxton. The Victorian town-house is entered via the hall and the 6 bedrooms are on the first floor. The guest sitting room on the first floor faces the gardens and has books and magazines to browse – there is even a ‘book-swap’ facility. The town is well placed for visiting the Peak District, Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and other historic houses. It is ideal for walkers exploring Edale, Youlgreave, the Monsal Trail, for visitors to historic mills like Arkwrights, or families going to see Gullivers Kingdom and the Heights of Abraham. Matlock has good specialised clothes shops.
The four poster and family rooms are spacious; others are cosy. Each room is individually designed and include a silent mini-fridge, ironing facilities and en-suite shower (the premiere/family room has a bath and shower over). They are furnished in a contemporary style to provide welcoming surroundings.

The mirrored breakfast room on the ground floor overlooks the front garden and is bright and airy, with separate tables. The breakfasts, prepared by chef/patron Adrian, are legendary, with wide choice, including smoked salmon, fruits, yoghurts, different breads and a vegetarian option.
There are a range of eating options within easy walking distance of Glendon; from fine dining to European/Asian to pubs. This includes the Stones Restaurant and Bar 2010 – a trendy licensed café open until 19:30. For those with an interest in antiques/vintage the shops on Dale Road are not to be missed.

Rooms: 6

Directions

Road Directions

Take junction 28 of the M1 (the Alfreton exit). Turn off for the A615 to Matlock, follow this road. As you descend the hill into Matlock (Signposted) pass a Total Garage on your left, continue forward past a Gallery on your left and the entrance to Glendon is signed on the left. From the A6 follow signs to Matlock town centre, at the roundabout (Crown Square) go straight ahead, passing Boots which is on your left. Go straight over the mini roundabout with the park on your right. At the end of the park there is a right hand turn into Knowleston Place - go past this turn and the entrance to Glendon is signed.If you are using public transport Glendon is approximately 500 yards from the train and bus station. There are regular train connections to Derby and Nottingham. The good transport links make much of the local area easy to explore without the need to use a car.

Facilities

Catering

  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Special dietary requirements catered for

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age) - Children welcome from any age
  • Cot Available

Establishment Features

  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Separate guests lounge
  • Welcome single sex groups, eg stag/hen parties
  • Wireless internet (WiFi) connection available

Key Features

  • Non smoking establishment
  • Of historic, literary or architectural interest

Leisure Facilities

  • Arrangements for riding / pony trekking
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Health/Fitness/ Beauty Facilities

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking

Payment Methods

  • Maestro accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted

Room / Unit Features

  • King sized bed some/all rooms -

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Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)

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