Best Deals for Hotels and Bed & Breakfast
DE45 1SP, Baslow, Baslow
Located on the Chatsworth House Estate, The Cavendish Hotel restaurants has won an AA 2 Rosette Award. The hotel offers locally sourced food and free Wi-Fi. The Cavendish Hotel, originally the famous Peacock, is located... read more
£ 130.00View Rates
DE72 3SS, Risley, Derby Road
Risley Hall Hotel, Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western is an 11th-century Saxon country house is set in 10 acres of private grounds. Within the hotel is the restored 16th-century Baronial hall. Risley Hall Hotel,... read more
£ 40.50View Rates
DE1 3PB, Derby, The Milhouse Brook Street
Set in a stunning refurbished mill, SACO Derby offers apartments in the centre of Derby. Kedleston Hall is 5 km from the property. Each apartment offers a TV and DVD player, a dining area and... read more
£ 87.48View Rates
NG10 5NJ, Long Eaton, Bostocks Lane, Sandiacre
Located at junction 25 of the M1, this pet friendly Holiday Inn is 13 km from Nottingham and Derby. All rooms are en suite and have high speed internet access. Free private parking is available... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
DE55 2EH, South Normanton, Carter Lane East
The Derbyshire Hotel is located a 2-minute drive from junction 28 of the M1. It is within easy reach of Nottingham, Derby and Chesterfield, and boasts a health club with a pool and gym. East... read more
£ 62.00View Rates
DE45 1BT, Bakewell, The Square
This 19th-century hotel between Matlock and Buxton is in the heart of the Peak District. Located in Bakewell's historic town centre, select free private parking is available and Haddon Hall is just a 5-minute drive... read more
£ 48.26View Rates
SK22 2JE, Hayfield, 14 Church Street
Set above the oldest public house in the Peak District village of Hayfield, this small, family-run hotel provides you with the most modern amenities, whilst still retaining its old-world charm. An ideal base for walkers... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
DE23 8LJ, Derby, 100A Douglas Street
Close to the centre of Derby, this newly refurbished guesthouse offers reasonably priced, comfortable, clean private rooms and friendly and helpful multi-lingual staff. Within easy reach of East Midlands Airport and with a great central... read more
£ 28.00View Rates
DE13 9LS, Tutbury, High Street
Situated in the heart of Tutbury, this splendid 15th-century inn, steeped in history and full of character, boasts traditional open log fires and oak beams. Just 5 minutes’ walk away from the notoriously haunted Tutbury... read more
£ 57.50View Rates
SK17 9AS, Buxton, 1-2 Burlington Road
Opposite the Pavilion Gardens, Buckingham Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Buxton town centre. The hotel offers traditional rooms with free Wi-Fi and a bar where can enjoy cask ales, wines and six draught... read more
£ 32.50View Rates
DE7 6DL, Derby, Moor Road, Morley Nr Derby
Set in a 13th-century building, this luxurious hotel lies within 300 acres of private parkland, 10 minutes' drive to Derby. It has a spa, 18-hole golf courses, an indoor pool and a fitness area. Free... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
DE24 8PU , Derby, Locomotive Way, Pride Park
The pentahotel Derby is located in Pride Park, within walking distance of Derby Train Station and the city centre. The hotel offers pay parking and free WiFi in all areas. It is ideally located to... read more
£ 58.65View Rates
DE4 3GX, Matlock, 115 Wellington Street
Rich in original character and traditional charm, this cosy 19th-century country inn offers good beers, great-value food and comfortable en suite rooms in the converted former stable block. Originally built in 1866, the Duke of... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
DE223AD, Derby, Ashbourne Road
Within 10 minutes’ walk of the city centre, this beautifully preserved Georgian building offers free parking and the peaceful atmosphere of a country hotel. Originally built in 1756, the Georgian House Hotel is a Grade... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
DE73 7JH, Ticknall, 7 High Street
Located in the heart of Ticknall, The Staff of Life is a welcoming 4-star country inn, housed in a Grade II Listed building, south of Derby. Rooms are stylishly decorated with en suite facilities and... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
S41 7RW, Chesterfield, Lordsmill Street
Just a short walk from the centre of this market town and only 500 metres from Chesterfield Railway Station, the ibis Chesterfield Centre – Market Town offers free private parking and good value. Close to... read more
£ 31.00View Rates
DE4 3QE, Cromford, Market Place
The beautiful and historic grade 2 listed Greyhound Hotel forms the principal building of Cromford’s Market Place and offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. A flat-screen TV is featured in each room at The... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
DE24 8UX, Derby, London Road
Located just 10 minutes from Derby’s city centre, this grade II listed Art Deco building offers comfortable rooms and hearty full English breakfasts. It has a bar, free parking and free Wi-Fi. All of the... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
S43 4TX, Barlborough, Chesterfield Road
On the A619, just off junction 30 of the M1 motorway, the hotel makes a great base from which to visit the Peak District, Sheffield and Nottinghamshire, with free parking and comfortable en suite rooms.... read more
£ 24.89View Rates
DE1 3DB, Derby, King Street
In the centre of the trendy Cathedral Quarter, Jurys Inn Derby is a short walk from the main city centre attractions. The hotel features a stylish bar, modern restaurant and convenient coffee shop, as well... read more
£ 54.40View Rates
Tourist Attractions in Derbyshire
When you visit Derbyshire, there are many tourist attractions which include the spectacular Peak District as well as other exciting villages and towns which include Buxton, Derby and Bakewell. Moreover, there are several castle buildings such as the beautiful Dove, Matlock Bath and the Chatsworth House. In the northern side of the county, there are reservoirs such as Howden, Ladybower and Derwent. These reservoirs do provide a wide area for leisure pursuits such as cycling and walking which is part of the Peak District National Park.
Book the Best Accommodation
In Derbyshire, Accommodation is not a problem since there is an good number of b&b as well as self-catering areas across the county. However, you should book in advance to make sure that you get a space as well as a popular destination that is within your budget.
Around Derbyshire, the properties available for reservations are mainly single rooms with bed spaces for 10 to 12 people as well as bed and breakfast inns. Additionally, the prices are entirely fair depending on the popularity of the place.
When looking for accommodation, Derbyshire is not a sleepy hollow. Therefore, if you want some night action, there’s plenty of fun and bright stars. Watch a live show, visit a spa, take in a movie, dine out in hotels, get into a groove at one of the trendy clubs or rent a b&b facility. No English destination has no local pub, and Derbyshire is no exception!
There are spectacular gardens for grown people which are filled by farmyard as well as adventure playgrounds for young kids. Therefore, everyone will have a fantastic day. Children can also enjoy feeding of animals as well as milking in the extensive woodland.
Derbyshire lies in a country land that has been uncontaminated and preserved making it an ideal place for movies which are appealing to older folks. For instance, Derbyshire was used in a film to shoot, The Other Boleyn Girl in which Scarlett Johansson is the starring.
As a result, it caused a rise in the tourism sector in the county. Moreover, Derbyshire contributed to the popularity of the region in the country. As a result, there are historical buildings which show the heritage of the area. Also, there are surrounding planes and hills which maintain the original landscape of the area. Due to that, the region can host hikes, mountain biking, cycling as well as adventure sports such as hang-gliding and rock climbing which tourists enjoy very much.
The Matlock Bath Aquarium
If you have kids who love underwater life, a trip to Matlock Bath Aquarium will be the best for them. This aquarium was previously known as Matlock Bath Hydro which is packed up with freshwater and British species. The aquarium contains terrapins, piranhas and other varieties of fish around the world. When you book a ticket to visit the aquarium, you will also get to visit the Hologram Gallery, Fossil Collection and the Gemstone.
Enjoying the Grand Prix
Spicing up accommodation in Derbyshire are the lovely four-star hotels such as the Spring Cottage Guest House and the Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel. When making reservations at such hotels and bed and breakfast facilities is cheap and popular during the Grand Prix since you will enjoy making some round trips and watch the glamorous race as well as sample the fabulous collection of the Grand Prix Cars.
Spa and Boutique Experience
As a tourist, nothing relaxes your body and mind such as a spa experience. As a result, there are many impressive spas both in the rural and urban places around Derbyshire. A spa experience can also be helpful for people who are used to hard jobs and need recuperation after a long day. There are many hotels which offer cheap spa experiences as well as well-established spas which provide cheap services which are pocket-friendly. Other than spas, there are farms which provide boutique accommodation such as the Scaldersitch. Some establishments offer swimming pools and hot tubs, a few have in-room jacuzzi.
Accommodation has never been easy. Therefore, when you visit Derbyshire, you should have in mind some of the b&b inns as well as hotels which are cheap and won’t strain your pockets.