With most of Derbyshire being located in the Peak District National Park, it goes without saying there are some stunning hotels to stay in here. But a good view from your hotel window is only part of the story so it is a good job I have stayed in so many different hotels in this county to make a judgment of what I think are ten of the very best of them and they are all based on my own personal experience and nothing more…
Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel, Derby, Ilkeston – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you like your golfing hotels this is one of the best in the area if not in the whole of England! With all the modern cons like Free Wi-Fi, Free Parking, an indoor swimming pool and most rooms even have Air conditioning there is also 2 golf courses to enjoy and a massive 300 acres of landscaped grounds to explore! Sure, the price is higher than most my golf ball chips, but you really do get what you pay for here.
Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa, Brimington, Chesterfield – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This hotel is the very definition of lovely. It has a lovely room, lovely staff and all of it housed in a lovely Georgian manor with 29-acres of grounds to explore. If you need to stay the night or weekend in Chesterfield you can do far worse than this hotel and its a pretty good price as well.
Lion Hotel, Bridge Street, Belper – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This 18th-century coaching inn is your classic pub inn but also has some personal touches like individually designed rooms and warm, comfortable beds. Sure, it’s not perfect, but for the price you are paying you will find it hard to moan.
The Portland Hotel, West Bars, Chesterfield – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
The key thing to remember with this hotel is the amount you are paying for the room. While it is little more than a pub inn with tasty pub-grub to enjoy some rooms to overlook the market square which is nice, but sadly at nights, it can be a little loud. But like I said, for the price you pay this is well worth a nights stay.
Morley Hayes, Morley, Ilkeston – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This stunning golf resort has its own landscaped gardens to explore and most rooms have a beautiful parkland view. While it does cost an arm and a leg to stay here it is worth shopping around, especially during off-peak seasons.
Losehill House Hotel & Spa, Edale Road, Hope Valley – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
When you just want to get away from it all this hotel has you covered. It’s quiet thanks to its rural location and offers a lot to unwind with including a spa, indoor swimming pool and lots of countryside to explore all around it. Perfect for a weekend getaway without the little ones.
Casa Hotel, Lockoford Lane, Chesterfield – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
From the moment you first see this 6-storey hotel you know exactly what to expect and boy does it deliver. You get brightly lite chic rooms and all the modern things you would expect and all of it walking distance from Chesterfield town centre. A stunning hotel both in looks and the quality of service it offers.
Eastwood Hall, Eastwood, Nottingham – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Given the price you are paying to stay here, you won’t be expecting much, but that is where this hotel surprises the most. With a massive 26 acres of landscaped grounds this Georgian country house offers luxury rooms and dining at a great price making it perfect for a weekend getaway.
The Izaak Walton Hotel, Dovedale, Ashbourne – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you are planning a trip to Alton Towers theme park this is one hotel you won’t regret staying in. Located less than 10 miles away from the park itself it is a 17th-century stone guesthouse with a modern annexe housing most the rooms. While it does have a luxury look about it from the outside, inside it is warm and inviting for the whole family and it is still family-run giving the hotel a much more personal feel than many other hotels in the same area.
The Priest House Hotel, Castle Donington, Derby – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This country house hotel with its riverside location and original 17th-century oak beams is like stepping back in time and is the perfect place to come back to after a days walking for afternoon tea. While it is still close to the M1, it is in a fairly quiet location making it a nice place to relax and unwind in.