Welcome to Haddon Hall

One of England's oldest and most romantic houses

The Chapel

Effigy of Lord Haddon

Haddon Hall Gardens

Overlooking the River Wye

Dorothy Vernon’s Bridge and garden buttresses

What's On

Free Guided Tour
2 Sep - 2 Sep 2014

Piva
7 Sep - 7 Sep 2014

Tudor Muster
13 Sep - 14 Sep 2014

Free Guided Tour
22 Sep - 22 Sep 2014

Countryside Walk
23 Sep - 23 Sep 2014

Virtual Tour

Interactive 360 degree virtual tour of Haddon Hall.

Restaurant

Our Licensed Restaurant is situated in the 17th Century stable block, with views over the River Wye.

Fascinating Fact of the Month

Haddon Hall is now licensed to hold civil ceremonies.  The Dining Room can accommodate upto 25 people and the Long Gallery 75 people.  Please telephone 01629 810912 for more information.

Haddon Hall, Bakewell Derbyshire 

 Haddon Hall has welcomed visitors for hundreds of years and its beauty and atmosphere never fails to enchant.

Described by Simon Jenkins in “1000 Best Houses” as “the most perfect house to survive from the middle ages”. Set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park, parts of the house date from the 12th Century, sitting like a jewel in its Elizabethan terraced gardens, and overlooking the River Wye.

Film-makers flock to Haddon Hall to use it as a location. The house and grounds have played host to no less than three versions of “Jane Eyre”. Screen credits also include "Elizabeth”, "Pride & Prejudice” and “The Other Boleyn Girl”. This year marks the silver jubilee of “The Princess Bride”, the cult classic movie in which Haddon Hall became Humperdinck’s Castle.

Haddon has its own romantic tale - that of Dorothy Vernon’s elopement with John Manners. Little wonder Haddon Hall is recognised as one of the most romantic houses in Britain.

The History of Haddon Hall » Regular Visitor Passes & More »