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Haddon Hall stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the River Wye. One of the finest examples of a Medieval and Tudor manor house, open to visitors, with wonderful gardens.Visit Haddon Hall and truly step back in time. Visit our website for full...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| The Estate Office, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1LA, England
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Haddon Hall is a beautiful place in its own right. The first time I visited it at Christmas time it was decorated simply in the style you would expect in keeping with a building of that period. Greenery was brought in, rosemary and herbs were...More
Really liked Haddon Hall. Small but interesting. Christmas decorations not overstated but nicely done. The choir singing as we went in made it a nice atmosphere. Good little gift shop and nice cafe. Would like to visit again in the summer months to enjoy the...More
Haddon Hall is an old English manor with many parts of the building dating back centuries and is considered a great example of medieval architecture and lifestyle.
The owners have obviously tried to maintain the authenticity of the place, but the uneven floors, walkways, and...More
Went on the candle lit tour 20th december, had a amazing time,from the walk up the drive to the entrance hall, huge fire glass of mulled wine and a mince pie or shortbread our guide was well informed and made the night even more special...More
We visited this week and agree with several of the recent reviews, it was overpriced, cold and the Xmas decorations poor.
It got off to a poor start with the 'pop up' cafe, it too was like a fridge with radiators cold and only token...More
Haddon Hall is an ancient Derbyshire fortified manor house, a bit like a small castle. It's no longer lived in, which is sad as it does seem a bit 'empty' somehow, despite various artefacts. It's interesting to anyone interested in British history and there are...More
We have visited Haddon Hall several times and decided to take our visitors there to see the Christmas decorations. We were very disappointed for several reasons. Firstly the Christmas decorations were poor. The theme was Fairy Tales but this seemed to consist mainly of plastic...More
We have been going to Haddon for the past few years, it has always felt festive, this time we paid nearly £90 for the family and it was rather embarrassing, not very festive at all, in the past the fires had been lit and all...More