Derbyshire (The Derbyshire Hotel 4 Star) stay with meals (worth £50), full English breakfast & wine, near the Peak District only £79 per couple @ Travelzoo (Free Wifi, Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam room and a gym)
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Derbyshire (The Derbyshire Hotel 4 Star) stay with meals (worth £50), full English breakfast & wine, near the Peak District only £79 per couple @ Travelzoo (Free Wifi, Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam room and a gym)

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Found 6th Mar
Thought this was an excellent price for a getaway, with meals, for two near the Peak District National Park.


Stays at the Derbyshire Hotel, near the Peak District National Park, are now £79 per night and include:

  • Accommodation in a Standard Double/Twin room, with full English breakfast, for two and a late checkout until 12 noon
  • A 2-course dinner (starter and main course or main course and dessert, worth £25 per person)
  • A bottle of wine (worth £20)
  • You can book a 2-night stay for £139 (the second night is on a bed-and-breakfast basis)
Why We Love It
  • The Peak District, Chatsworth House and the Derbyshire Dales are within 35 minutes' drive of the hotel
  • The spa facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam room and a gym
  • The hotel is within an hour's drive of the historic towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock
Overview


The Derbyshire Hotel is 35 minutes' drive from the Peak District National Park and the Derbyshire Dales, and is also within an hour's drive of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and Matlock. Newstead Abbey, formerly an Augustinian priory and the ancestral home of Lord Byron, is 25 minutes' drive away, while Creswell Crags, a limestone gorge with caves to explore, is a 30-minute drive away.
Chatsworth House -- the stately home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire that sits in 1800 acres of grounds and ornamental gardens -- is a 35-minute drive from the hotel, and Sherwood Forest (the legendary home of Robin Hood), Bolsover Castle and Hardwick Hall are within 35 minutes' drive.
Dinner is served in the Tempus Restaurant. The hotel also has a Day Deli that serves lunch and there is a bar with an extensive wine list.
Guests get free use of the hotel's health club facilities, which include an indoor heated swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam room and a gym.Wi-Fi is free.
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Stayed here last year as a couple on a good deal similar to this.

Planning on going back again at some point - had a good time there.

There's plenty to do nearby without too big a drive, and there's a bit of outlet place pretty much right next door too.

The food was good, though you are pretty limited with what you can choose - the menu is very small. Service was slow one night, but food was very nice.

Didn't try the spa facilities so can't comment on those.
It's the Derbyshire version of Cheshire Oaks. Just a smaller selection of shops.

Been here when kids were little and they had fun in the pool.

Just off M1.
Seems great value, shame I can't bring the little un
As usual with these type of hotel deals, the description is misleading.

It claims the hotel is "near" the Peak District then goes on to say it's actually 35 minutes drive away - that's not near! To me, the word "near" implies that it's within walking distance - not everybody drives a car.

And far from the idyllic rural retreat it's painted as, the actual location is in the rundown former pit village of South Normantan right next to the M1. Cold.
Just did this last night/this morning. Fabulous food, great service, so much for your money! Will be going back at some point!
Please remember when going into this hotel to set your watch back 20 years to match the decor and feel of this place.

I'm regularly there on the business as it's only 4 minutes from my house and it's naff place. Last time we was there the kitchen was only able to make sandwiches and no hot drinks.

Although it has been recently taken over by Holiday Inn and is being converted so maybe it'll improve.

As for "on the edge of the Peak District" you need to drive about 40 minutes before you cross into that area and are actually in the Peaks
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