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Haddon Hall

| The Estate Office, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1LA, England
+44 1629 812855
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Oasis of magnificence

I've been past Haddon Hall many times as it's on the A6 from Bakewell to Matlock. We decided to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Vastly overpriced

Received discount tickets from the B and B we were staying at , £12.50 each saving a couple of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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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 details of opening times, prices, and our full list of special events.We also have a Restaurant selling fresh, local produce and a Gift Shop which carries a good range of locally sourced giftware.
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  • Average7%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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| The Estate Office, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1LA, England
+44 1629 812855
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I've been past Haddon Hall many times as it's on the A6 from Bakewell to Matlock. We decided to visit after looking on the internet. It is a place with significant History , interesting Architecture, in a beautiful setting . One of the things that...More

Thank Tomtheadder
Reviewed 1 week ago

Received discount tickets from the B and B we were staying at , £12.50 each saving a couple of pounds. Even at this price it is vastly overpriced and then the cheek to charge you £3 on top for parking your car. The hall is...More

Thank Carir6
Reviewed 1 week ago

I brought a friend who had never been to Haddon Hall before. Do not let any of the negative comments influence you!! This is an exquisite house, of its time and totally unspoiled by the Georgians or Victorians who were so keen to "modernise" old...More

Thank Carol C
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a day trip. We found it expensive for what you see internally in the Hall. Gardens and not particularly well kept. Restaurant very a good standard and expensive. Worst of all the staff do not seem very happy and there is the minimum...More

Thank GeoffNorfolk
Reviewed 1 week ago

I feel there is something a bit magical about Haddon Hall. I loved the great fireplace burning wood, the kitchen, its utensils and spring fed sink, the chopping block, the tapestries, the stairs, the panelings and the wonky windows. Its easy to imagine why its...More

Thank Nuyorker888
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. "The most perfect English house to survive from the Middle Ages." Fabulous buildings, first in 12th century, extended in Tudor times and barely altered since the Elizabethan era. Superbly kept and wearing its memories well. The cafe is excellent, quality local produce...More

Thank SalinaLuisa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The haddon hall is one of the best destinations to visit in the peak district national park especially during a rainy day. However we feel it's over priced since a large part of the house and garden are still in private use, we couldn't visit....More

Thank gsw888
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our group of 4 were all rather disappointed with our visit. Following a £3 car parking charge we too felt that the £14.50 entry fee was expensive and although there was a 50p reduction in the entry fee for seniors the prices are still ridiculous,...More

Thank notwen44
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This hall was quite small and is easily viewed in a couple of hours. That said, it was very interesting, and is set in beautiful countryside. The parking is not far away but it would be difficult to access if you had mobility problems, due...More

Thank Judith A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This really is one of the best historic houses in the UK. The House is fascinating and full of character and interest. The gardens with their superb views are beautiful. The team are knowledgeable and friendly. The shop is great and so is the café.

Thank HeafR
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Response from Ardalon | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure you could do that, as there is freedom to wander in and out of the house's various entrances and you purchase the ticket at the driveway entrance. It is much, much smaller in scale than Chatsworth and the... More
July 16, 2017|
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Response from Cheryl B | Reviewed this property |
sorry not certain x
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Response from mkf49 | Reviewed this property |
Hi , Sorry I didn't answer your question in time as you would have visited there by now