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I could not think of anything that the owners could have done that would have made our stay better. They are great hosts and she is a super cook and baker. Freshly made scones with tea on our arrival and freshly baked bread and homemade marmalade with breakfast. The accomadation is a purpose built ...
Bridge Hill House£96Bridge Hill House£96
Fabulous place and service.. from the moment we got there, we felt very welcome. The room was warm clean and cosy. The food was excellent despite the fact that we arrived later than expected. The breakfast had as much choice , and as good as quality as any 5* hotel we have ever stayed. Well done.. ...
The Samuel Fox Country Inn£84The Samuel Fox Country Inn£84
With some of the most spectacular countryside in England, elegant, historic houses and rustic, chocolate-box villages, Derbyshire has plenty to offer those who appreciate the finer things in life. You can make your stay even more memorable by booking one of the few hotels and B&Bs that have achieved the coveted five star status.
Many of the five star hotels in Derbyshire offer an insight into the county’s rich, historic past. Kegworth House in Belper is over 350 years old and was once a country house situated in the heart of a tiny, rustic village. However, hotels of this sort can be deceiving, for while they may appear to embody Derbyshire’s history, they are also fully equipped with 21st century features to offer everything the modern guest could need. Those staying at Kegworth House can expect timeless, elegant luxury combined with contemporary amenities such as TVs, DVD players and free WiFi.
Kegworth House is also one of the five star hotels that has chosen to stake its claim in the city, rather than in the rolling countryside. This offers a distinct advantage to those who want to explore Derby and all that it has to offer. The hotel is just a short walk from the high-end shops found at Westfield Shopping Centre and the quirky boutique stores to be found in the Cathedral Quarter. In addition, this five star hotel is in easy reach of a number of great restaurants.
The culinary scene is booming in Derbyshire. With plenty of fertile farmland within its borders, the county is attracting big names from the world of cooking, such as Marco Pierre White and Sat Bains, who have set up restaurants in the area. However, it’s worth remembering that many of the 5-star hotels in Derbyshire boast their own restaurants – many of which rival some of the most prestigious establishments in the region.
There’s more to local accommodation than hotels, and Derbyshire also acts as home to a select number of five star B&Bs. These are for visitors who want all the luxury and convenience of a five star hotel, but would prefer to be free from the constraints of meal times and maid services. B&Bs such as the Silver Ridge Bed and Breakfast and Bridge Hill House are secluded getaways for couples who want to spend some quality, extended time together, or for those who are only in the area for a night or two, yet want to treat themselves to something special.
There are countless attractions in Derbyshire, ranging from magnificent halls and houses, such as Chatsworth House and Calke Abbey, to fun-filled days out for all the family at destinations such as The Heights of Abraham and Gulliver’s Kingdom. Those looking to soak up some culture should keep their eyes out for the variety of food festivals and musical events that take place throughout the year, such as the Y Not Music Festival and the illuminations at Matlock Bath.
While five star hotels and B&Bs in Derbyshire might be relatively scarce, those on offer encompass outstanding accommodation and all the little extras that elevate a stay from ‘good’ to ‘excellent’, and are well worth tracking down!