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Hotels In Derby

Derventio was a Roman Fort established on the banks of the River Derwent following the Roman invasion in AD43, which was later given the name Derby by the Danes in AD874. Little wonder then that Derby has a long story to tell!
Countless thousands of people stay at hotels in Derby every year for a variety of reasons. Many are businessmen who use the corporate hotels in Derby as a base to travel around the Midlands, for them the hotels in Derby offer modern technology, a comfortable stay and the chance to relax after a hard days work.

Some central hotels in Derby are situated near to the Eagle Centre shopping complex, various museums or the Derby Playhouse theatre. Alternatively you may have come to watch an away day match with Derby County Football club at the impressive Pride Park Stadium, in which case the hotel in Derby for you would probably need to be a guest house or commercial hotel.
In 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie rode into town and stayed for 2 days, although I doubt if his stay was in a hotel in Derby! In 1907 the town became home to Rolls Royce, producing cars and aircraft, and in 1890 the locally produced porcelain was given the Royal warrant by Queen Victoria and could now call itself Royal Crown Derby. Derby did not actually attain its City status until 1977.

Hotels in Derby are also conveniently located near to the start of the Derwent Valley Heritage Way which is a long trail following the River Derwent right up to its source at Derwent Reservoir in the Peak District .
For visitors wanting a more rural location, there are hotels in Derby set in the suburbs and outlying villages, yet within easy access of the City and network of major roads.

The Blenheim House Hotel at Etwall has a Michelin honoured restaurant and provides sumptuous accommodation, whilst the Littleover Lodge Hotel is only a minute’s drive from the main A38.
The ultimate hotel in Derby must surely be the Breadsall Priory Country Club which offers a comprehensive package of sports and leisure facilities amid extensive landscaped grounds and providing luxurious accommodation and delicious cuisine.

Whether you require a corporate hotel in Derby as a city centre stopover, a country house hotel or an ultimate experience to treasure and remember, simply browse through this section to make your choice, or click on Derby to find out more about Derbyshire’s capital City

Peak District Hotels - The Cathedral Quarter Hotel - Derby

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  • Bedrooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 +
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  • Area Ashbourne, Derby
Peak District Hotels - The Cathedral Quarter Hotel - DerbyPeak District Hotels - The Cathedral Quarter Hotel - Derby
Cathedral Quarter Hotel, Derby has been expertly converted from former council offices to become one of the finest hotels in Derby and a celebrated...
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