Matlock Bath, a mile south of Matlock itself, became a popular tourist destination in the 19th century as travellers took to the warm spring waters discovered there. It remains an attractive village on one side of the River Derwent. A cable car links the riverside area to the popular Heights of Abraham, a theme park on top of Masson Hill where you can explore caverns and former lead mines and take in the breath-taking views over Derbyshire. There’s Gulliver’s Kingdom to visit too, and the Peak District Mining Museum. Inns and B&Bs in Matlock Bath and the surrounding villages make an ideal base from which to explore the nearby Peak District National Park.
27 hotels in or near to Matlock Bath, Derbyshire
Longcroft View is a cosy B&B situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the historic village of Eyam. Boasting two outstanding en-suite rooms, a country style dining room and a tranquil lounge with an open log fire, and amazing views over Chatsworth Estate, this is a home away from home. Longcroft View is a great base for exploring the Peak District, with a warm family welcome, off street parking, free wifi, and all the comforts of home.
A 17th Century Coaching Inn, situated on the A619, a main artery through the popular market town of Bakewell. It is close to The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop, opposite the award winning Bath Gardens, and in the centre of a well-established tourist haven with local markets every Monday.
Set in the Peak District National Park, offering and great stay away from home in the countryside. Serving great Real Ales from small local breweries, great home cooked hearty meals and a very warm welcome yours sure to enjoy your stay with us. We also have beautiful views of the Okeover park and Okeover Hall from our Bar, Restaurant and Bedrooms.
Hillcrest House is a former 19th Century coaching inn on the road to Dovedale. It was originally called the Dovedale Hotel and provided lodging, refreshments and a change of horses to coaches on their way. It's now run as a private family bed & breakfast and holiday cottage by Musti and Alison Sarioglu.
Located in the heart of the village of Lea the Jug and Glass tempts visitors with cask ales, delicious food, a cosy atmosphere and comfortable accommodation. Steeped in history, this delightful Grade II listed English country inn has offered a warm welcome to travellers for over 200 years and continues to offer great hospitality. This 18th century building, built by the Nightingale family is reputed to be the site of Florence Nightingale's first hospice.
Welcome to The Duke Of Wellington. This beautiful 19th Century former 'Drovers Inn' and 'working farm' now finds itself a cosy, traditional country inn set amongst two beautifully large beer gardens.
A quiet rural retreat in lovely Derbyshire countryside close to Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell and the Peak District, Oaks Lane Farm B&B is ideal for families or friends. With just one ground floor en suite family room you'll enjoy great hospitality. Set on a small working farm about a mile from the village of Ashover guests have their own entrance, use of the conservatory and gardens. Breakfasts include home reared pork sausages, our own eggs, honey and preserves and homemade muesli.
Centrally placed in Ashbourne. Originally three terraced cottages, now converted into one comfortable home. Five en-suite bedrooms, all with tea and coffee making facilities, free wi-fi, flat screen TV's with Freeview. Close to all the town has too offer and with private parking in our garden, behind secure gates. Great breakfasts with local produce, special diets catered for.
A Warm Welcome...For over 500 years the Bull i’ th’ Thorn has offered a warm welcome to travellers and locals alike. During the 18th and 19th Centuries this was a prominent Coaching Inn on the Manchester to Derby route and we still offer a friendly and welcoming ‘old worlde’ atmosphere in our Medieval Inn and Restaurant.
The Farmyard inn is perfectly situated for visiting Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell, Ashbourne, Buxton, Matlock and Matlock Bath. We are very close to Caudwells Mill, Arbor Low stone henge, Robin Hood Stride, Peak Rail and various beautiful walks around the surrounding area.
The Lathkil Hotel is the place to go for a special break where you’ll find old fashioned hospitality, good food and relaxation served in the heart of the beautiful Peak National Park. Situated in the tiny Derbyshire village of Over Haddon, perched above the stunning Lathkill Dale, just two miles from the historic market town of Bakewell.
Park Farm B&B is in a converted barn, situated in Wingfield Park, Derbyshire. The bed and breakfast is sited on a family run, working farm lying between the villages of Crich and South Wingfield. Park Farm enjoys a scenic location with beautiful views of the Derbyshire countryside, making it an ideal place to relax and unwind.
Set in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside , The Gables Bed & Breakfast is surrounded by stunning views towards the Derwent Valley, Matlock Bath & Matlock.
Ellen House is perfectly situated to explore the rich diversity of the Peak District, be that walking, visiting historic sites, cycling or just relaxing in the country side. We are well known for our excellent breakfasts and innovative vegetarian/vegan menus. Although we are situated on the outskirts of the town, Ellen House is close enough to the town to walk to most local restaurants. Matlock is a delightful market town with a weekly local market held in our award winning riverside park.
The Chequers Inn is a traditional Peak District country freehouse sitting below the famous Froggatt Edge in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. With its origins dating back to the 16th century, The Chequers provides the highest standards of modern comfort whilst still retaining its original charm.
The Old Lock-Up is an unusual, quirky but luxurious guest house situated in the lovely Derbyshire market town of Wirksworth. Built in 1842 as a magistrate's house it then became the local police station. Now is is a distinctly different place to stay, a historic building with unique character.
We are a family run Guest House situated near to the town centre of Bakewell in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Built in 1890 our semi detached Victorian house is the only all red brick built (with stone features) in town, distinctive from the limestone walled buildings.
Riverbank Guest House, a family-owned Matlock bed and breakfast, sits by the banks of the River Derwent close to the bridge. We are the only Matlock B&B to have a river frontage and our own parking within a quiet cul de sac. Our centrally-located guesthouse in Matlock is close to the bus and train station, and pubs and restaurants. We are a short drive from Bakewell, Chatsworth House & Haddon Hall. The Heights of Abraham & Gulliver’s Kingdom is 1 mile away.
Conveniently located and set back from the road with ample free parking. Barton House is 1 mile from the town centre and Railway. Ideal spot for exploring the Peak District. We focus on providing a peaceful and relaxing stay and can point you in the right direction for most local attractions, views and walks.
Set in open countryside and a few minutes from Ashbourne, the Wheel House Bed and Breakfast makes the ideal base for visiting the Peak District.