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Best Western in Derbyshire, England

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3 out of 5
Bostock Lane, Long Eaton, Nottingham, England
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
£40
per night
29 Sep-30 Sep
4/5Very Good! (551 reviews)

"Jemma from housekeeping was really polite and helpful. Carl on the desk willingly assisted with my search of tourist attractions (at 1a.m.!)"…"

Reviewed on 8 Sep 2019

Best Western Nottingham Derby
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4 out of 5
119 London Road, Derby, England
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
£40
per night
11 Oct-12 Oct
3.5/5Good! (794 reviews)

"Very clean and friendly place to stay .bar and restaurant area stunning .beds are comfortable and had an amazing night sleep .would definitely stay there again ."…"

Reviewed on 20 Sep 2019

Best Western The Stuart Hotel
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Pocket Guide: Best Western Hotels in Derbyshire

There’s an abundance of places to visit in Derbyshire. Visit the fairytale Stuart mansion, Bolsover Castle, take a trip to the National Forest or go to Buxton for the annual arts festival. From caving to hang-gliding, you’ll find that Derbyshire has it all. And whether you’re staying in Derbyshire for excitement and adventure, or simply to relax, you’ll find the county's hotels have plenty to offer too. Staying in a Best Western Hotel in Derbyshire for a long weekend or even longer holiday will delight, inspire and surprise you.

Historical Derbyshire

Derbyshire is steeped in history. Many of the villages date back to the 12th century, while stone tools dating back over 50,000 years were discovered in the caves at Creswell Crags. In Wetton Low you’ll find burial mounds that contain human skeletons dating back to 1600 BC, while Ecton Hill has hundreds of old lead and copper mines: visible reminders of Derbyshire’s industrial past. If you enjoy visiting stately homes and country houses, you’ll be more than satisfied in Derbyshire, not least because it’s home to the world famous Chatsworth house. Built in the 17th century, it’s still the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.

Haddon Hall in Bakewell dates back over 800 years and is a wonderful example of both medieval and Tudor architecture. Calke Abbey is the second largest house in Derbyshire, built in 1703 for Sir John Harpur, while Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire was built in the 1760s by the first Baron Scarsdale. There are also plenty of towns and villages to explore, such as Wirksworth, with narrow alleys and lanes, plus many traditional shops and intimate restaurants. And don’t forget Ashbourne, renowned for its feast of both independent and antique shops. All of this is right on the doorstep of your Best Western hotel in Derbyshire, providing you with the comfortable base you need to explore this rich county.

Best Western Hotels In Nottingham

Best Western Hotels in Derbyshire are modern, clean and comfortable. Rooms are available in a variety of sizes, from single to deluxe rooms, while accessible rooms are available, too. Facilities include WiFi, room service, laundry services and tea/coffee making facilities.

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