Chesterfield is the biggest town in Derbyshire and services a large part of the Peak District National Park for high street shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities.

For more than 800 years Chesterfield has held regular markets, having been awarded its market charter by King John in 1204. Around two hundred and fifty colourful stalls are packed into Chesterfield’s cobbled market square three times a week.

Our Chesterfield Guide, not only includes a range of Chesterfield Accommodation, but tells the story of the changing face of Chesterfield which has been dramatic and is ongoing. Vast redundant industrial sites in Chesterfield have been cleared and replaced with trendy shopping complexes, retail parks, modern industrial estates and attractive residential developments, powering Chesterfield into the 21st century.

Much of Chesterfield’s drab Victorian squalor has now been wiped away but with the town retaining buildings of genuine character. Intrinsic areas such as The Shambles, which is steeped in history, have been conserved as it is important that future generations are aware of Chesterfield’s rich heritage.

Scroll through Chesterfield Business to search for professionals, tradesmen, shops and manufacturers with the list ranging from Accountants to Electricians, Financial Advisors to Bridal wear stockists.

Overlooking the centre of Chesterfield is the famous crooked spire of St Mary’s, the piece de resistance and jewel in Chesterfield’s crown, which is admired by visitors and held in warm esteem by its residents. But a modern day landmark is in the course of erection to rival this ancient structure.

With the Peak District on its doorstep and some of England’s finest countryside and stately homes within a short drive, Chesterfield has everything to offer.