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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
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| The Estate Office, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1LA, England
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Cold dark and no furniture. Around 6 rooms, panelled in Tudor panelling and a few tapestries. Nice staff but very overpriced at 15.75 plus 3.00 parking. Worth about 8.00. Chatsworth is much better value for money.
From the initial walk in down the candlelit path, up through the festive entrance and courtyard and into a roaring fire, with a mince pie and glass of mulled wine.
Every member of the team working were fantastic. So welcoming and friendly. They...More
We had an absolutely fantastic trip to Haddon this winter. We booked to have a meal and a tour of the house. The food was top quality and the tour very personal and fascinating. This is one of the U.K.’s most beautiful stately homes. Haddon...More
We went to Haddon Hall to see the house decked out for Christmas and it was very pretty. Lovely floral displays and pretty Christmas trees and we enjoyed most of our first trip to the property. But ....
The whole house was freezing cold ......More
This is the fifth year that two of us have visited Haddon Hall for the Christmas theme, and we're never disappointed as it's so different every year. Had a nice hot drink and cake in the "Pop Up cafe" prior to climbing up those magnificent...More
We had a very enjoyable visit to see Haddon decked out for Christmas. We got there as it opened so it was uncrowded and we could enjoy the magical atmosphere at our leisure. A lot of thought had gone into the exhibits, and the blazing...More
This visit was on a cold foggy December day so the blazing log fires were magnificent. The weather made one realise how difficult life must have been in medieval Britain and how wonderful the common living space of the great hall must have been to...More
We had been looking forward to visiting a Tudor manor but were far more impressed than we had expected. The house is bigger than expected, set up in the Tudor fashion on the ground floor, and for use as public rooms by the family on...More
I haven't been for Christmas before, they house has amazing decoration. Get there at opening time and miss the coach trips. All the staff are friendly and helpful. A small coffee shop has been opened which saves going in the busy restaurant if you don't...More
Every year my wife likes to go to the haddon hall Christmas sale she booked our hotel months in advance
I am disabled and she is recovering from a hip oporation
This year there was no disabled parking on the hall side of th a6...More