"An absolute gem, this Inn., with its own micro brewery, has everything to offer. The staff were friendly and helpful, the pub is dog friendly, our room had two dog bowls and a blanket. The room was beautifully furnished and equipped, although the wash basin was amongst the smallest I have ver used ..."
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Frequently asked questions
A boutique hotel may be exactly what you’re looking for if you like small hotels with personalised service and a cool atmosphere. Choose from 5 boutique-style accommodation options in Derby to find a property that captures the local spirit of this destination.
No.42 Kegworth House is a favourite 5-star guest house with our travellers looking for stylish accommodation, and features 9 guestrooms, a restaurant and a bar.
Expedia has 5 boutique hotels in Derby.
The spas, golf and bars are just some of the things to enjoy while you’re in the area. Favorite activities and sights around Derby include Alton Towers, Nottingham Castle and Theatre Royal. You might also want to see noteworthy spots like Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, National Memorial Arboretum and Twycross Zoo during your trip.
Having a good idea of the weather in Derby is important when planning your trip. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 15°C, while the coldest months are February and January, with an average of 4°C. Average annual precipitation for Derby is 602 mm.
You have a few options for travelling to and around Derby. The closest major airport is East Midlands Airport (EMA), which is located 9 mi (14.5 km) from the heart of the city, but Manchester Airport (MAN) may also be an option. If you want to travel outside the city, take a train from Derby Midland Station, Derby (XQH-Derby Train Station) or Peartree Station.
Derby Hotel Reviews
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"An absolute gem, this Inn., with its own micro brewery, has everything to offer. The staff were friendly and helpful, the pub is dog friendly, our room had two dog bowls and a blanket. The room was beautifully furnished and equipped, although the wash basin was amongst the smallest I have ver used - but it did the job.
Dinner was of the highest standard, nudging up to Michelin class. It was a Saturday night and the place was packed with live music, great atmosphere.
Breakfast on Sunday was a bit haphazard, the only thing to mar our visit."
A verified traveller from SALISBURY stayed at The Boot Inn