Hotels By Village

When planning your visit to the Peak District and Derbyshire, it is important to be able to find a hotel in the right location which is suitable for your requirements, budget, and to ensure that your stay is perfect in every way. We have therefore created a list of Hotels by Village to help you in your search.

On the southern fringe of the Peak District is Ashbourne, with its imposing and impressive 18th century shops overlooking the cobbled market place and a network of ginnels and alleyways. Click on Hotels In Ashbourne to find out more about the town, its nearby attractions and the variety of accommodation available to you. Bakewell is described as the Capital of the Peak. It lies in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales and is surrounded by scenic countryside, stately houses and little villages with chocolate box cottages. Click on Hotels In Bakewell to read a bit more about this home of the Bakewell Pudding and where you can stay. At the top of the White Peak is Castleton which is renowned for its mines, minerals, caverns and castle. It nestles at the head of the Hope Valley with Mam Tor (the Shivering Mountain) as a backdrop. Click on Hotels In Castleton to find the best guest houses, country inns and hotels in the area. Separating Sheffield and the Peak District is a bank of high moorland and a string of gritstone ‘Edges’ formed in the last Ice Age. Popular for centuries by walkers and admirers of the far-reaching views, there are only a handful of villages on the outskirts of the moors which offer hotel accommodation. Hotels In Grindleford will take you to some of the best we can find. The spa town of Buxton is steeped in Victorian splendour, established when visitors flooded here to wallow in ‘water treatment’ of every conceivable kind and to enjoy some indulgent pampering. Tourists to the town can still enjoy a luxurious stay but there is now a much wider variety of accommodation to choose from. Simply click on Hotels In Buxton for more details. Chatsworth House is the jewel in the Peak District crown. It rests majestically on the banks of the River Derwent with almost the whole of the vast Chatsworth Estate being readily accessible to the public. There are miles of paths, tracks and walkways to explore as well as the House itself. A visit to Chatsworth need not be just for an afternoon’s inspection of this fabulous stately home. If you would like to extend your stay to include overnight accommodation, then Hotels in Chatsworth can help you. In central Derbyshire you can find The Matlocks, where Matlock Bridge, Matlock Bank and Matlock Bath were once separate little hamlets but have now become united. This was another ofDerbyshire’s Victorian spa towns, rich with hydros and hotels. Here you will find many attractions and activities as well as being only a stride away from exploring The Peak District. Select hotels in Matlock from the list below to find out the best places to stay. Down in the south of the region isDerby, the true Capital which offers shopping and leisure facilities to rival any other Midshires County. Whether you would like your stay to be in the central hub of Derby, or one of its pretty outlying villages and suburbs, go to hotels in Derby to see an assortment of what is on offer. Darley Dalealso covers some fabulous county house hotels with gastronomic delights. With such a diverse and rich variety of accommodation available to visitors, we hope the Hotels by Village section of our site will help you to find the right location and the most appropriate accommodation. You may find yourself so spoilt for choice that you have to return time and time again!