Hotels in Derbyshire

  • The Cavendish, BASLOW, Derbyshire

    Owned by the Duke of Devonshire, this traditional hotel borders the Chatsworth estate; guests can walk through a kissing gate to explore the grounds. The hotel has been run for more than 30 years by

  • Fischer's at Baslow Hall, BASLOW, Derbyshire

    At the end of a driveway lined by chestnut trees, Max and Susan Fischer's restaurant-with-rooms, an Edwardian manor house, is on the edge of the Chatsworth estate. It is much liked for the 'impeccable

  • Biggin Hall, BIGGIN-BY-HARTINGTON, Derbyshire

    In an 'excellent location for walking' in 'glorious countryside', James Moffett's unpretentious hotel within the Peak District national park offers 'true value for money'. 'The attitude to guests, the

  • The George Hotel, HATHERSAGE, Derbyshire

    In the centre of a Peak District village, this 15th-century former coaching inn is liked by readers for its 'comforting atmosphere'. Charlotte Brontë is said to have been a patron (the village was

  • Underleigh House, HOPE, Derbyshire

    In an idyllic setting outside a village within the Peak District national park, Vivienne and Philip Taylor's B&B is in a conversion of a Victorian cottage and barn. It is much liked for the good value

  • The Peacock at Rowsley, ROWSLEY, Derbyshire

    'We had a very comfortable night here.' On the edge of a Peak District village, this charming old inn, owned by Lord Edward Manners, was built in 1652 as the dower house for Haddon Hall, a seat of the

  • Losehill House, HOPE, Derbyshire

    In a 'magnificent setting', Paul and Kathryn Roden's secluded spa hotel is in a white-painted Arts and Crafts house on a hillside, with footpath access to the Peak District national park. Refurbished

  • Hartington Hall, BUXTON, Derbyshire

    'Amazing value.' In 'immaculate' grounds, this 17th-century manor house is run as an upmarket youth hostel by the YHA. Period features (mullioned windows, oak panelling, log fires) make a handsome

  • Dannah Farm, BELPER, Derbyshire

    On a working farm, Joan and Martin Slack's country B&B lies on a ridge in the Derbyshire Dales, surrounded by extensive gardens and beautiful countryside. Many of the bedrooms have an indulgent

  • Manor Farm, MATLOCK, Derbyshire

    In a peaceful hamlet with three farms, a church and plenty of winding country lanes, this historic Grade II* listed stone house is 'excellently' run as a B&B by 'welcoming and friendly' hosts Gilly