Discover the best Bed and Breakfast Inns in East Midlands, England including The Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel, Hawthorn Farm Guest House, The Queen's Head Hotel, High Tor Hotel, Beaumond Cross Inn, Explorers Retreat at Gulliver's Resort Matlock Bath, Savoy Hotel, Brayford Guest House, Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel, Castle Hotel.
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4 based on 1714 reviews
The Dog and Partridge Country Inn is set in glorious surroundings on the edge of the Derbyshire / Staffordshire Border. This Peak District Hotel provides the perfect base for sight-seeing and walking holidays. This Derbyshire Hotel has been owned by the same family for over twenty years. And is renowned for the clean and spacious Derbyshire Accommodation located in the grounds of the inn – all on the edge of the Peak District National Park. Our location provides a great holiday base for those wanting to explore Derbyshire or Staffordshire; for businesses needing a meeting or conference venue in a small Derbyshire Hotel or for guests wanting a great night out or a party venue at a Peak District Hotel. With many notable attractions such as Alton Towers, Matlock Bath, Chatsworth House, Carsington Water, Haddon Hall and the lovely market town of Ashbourne only a short drive away, landmarks like Dovedale, Beresford Dale and the fantastic Derbyshire Villages Ilam, Hartington and Tissington – famous for the well dressings – are also within easy reach. The Dog and Partridge Country Inn has long been a popular base for walkers, ramblers and climbers in the Peak District, with a wide choice of walks, routes and climbs of varying distances and degrees of difficulty, all within easy reach of this Peak District Hotel.
We're a family of four with 2 boys, we had a wonderful 1 night stay the room was perfect for our needs and the food at the restaurant was incredible. Steak and Ale pie is a must have. All the staff are super friendly and the service is great. The place itself is an old 17th century building so has lots of charm and character. Play area outside aswell for the kids who made friends instantly. We would definitely stay here again.
5 based on 216 reviews
Hawthorn Farm B&B and Holiday Cottage are all part of the 16th Century farmhouse and outbuildings, arranged around the courtyard/farmyard. The B&B can accommodate up to 16 people in 6 en-suite bedrooms all having breakfast in the farmhouse. The holiday cottage can accommodate 6 people in 3 en-suite bedrooms and of course are on a self-catering basis. On site parking, free Wi-Fi, easy walking distance to Buxton town centre, easy access to any of the Peak District National Park.
Hi A great welcome when we arrived for our short stop over recently (29/30 May). Our designated self contained room was so very comfortable and we loved the glass fronted porch. The common over the road was ideal for dog walking and being self contained we did not (hopefully) disturb any other guests when taking the dogs for a walk. As for the breakfast, what can I say other than superb! We wish we could have stayed longer, another time then, we look forward to returning.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
Finding an ideal small hotel in Buxton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Queen's Head Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you. Close to some of Buxton's most popular landmarks, such as St. Anne's Church (0.1 mi) and The Green Man Gallery (0.2 mi), The Queen's Head Hotel is a great destination for tourists. You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Queen's Head Hotel offers guests free wifi. The small hotel features baggage storage. Plus, The Queen's Head Hotel offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available. While visiting Buxton, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Lone Star Cafe Bar or Flamenco Tapas Bar. Should time allow, Pavilion Gardens, Solomon's Temple, and The Devonshire Dome are some popular attractions that are within walking distance. The Queen's Head Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Buxton.
To be honest, upon arrival at the Pub and looking at the external facade, my wife and I looked at each other and both silently thought omg we've made a mistake! How wrong we were! From walking in through the front door to departing 3 days later we were made to feel part of a local family. The accommodation was more than adequate with the bonus of full Sky TV and super fast broadband. The breakfast was extremely good and the service was second to none. The pub has a music genre which encorporates all tastes, and the 2 bands we experienced were extremely good. Also when we retired early to our room, there was no hint of sound from 5 MTRS away. Clearly well insulated. The lady who runs front of house during the day is a Consummate Professional and the Landlord was professional and dealt with the only issue we had immediately and with no qualms about the time. All in all a great experience, and one which will be repeated soon hopefully.
4 based on 467 reviews
Boutique Hotel located between Matlock and Matlock Bath - Under new Management since October 2014 - New restaurant Opened February 2015 'Artist's Corner Restaurant'
Never again will we visit. This is no boutique hotel and to be honest Travel Lodge is better! At least they don't give you decrepid damaged furniture! Food was awful in the restaurant so don't spend your money!! Breakfast was dire, cardboard croissants ...horrendous papercups and coffee out of machine. Bathroom dirty cold ....
4.5 based on 477 reviews
ACCOMMODATION IN Newark The Beaumond Cross Inn is an old 18th Century coaching Inn situated at the Beaumond Cross Roads in the heart of Newark on Trent's town centre on the Great Northern Road (now the A1). It is easy to find by road and has a free car park for guests. It is a short walk from Newark's Castle train station, 10 minutes from Northgate station. We also have a compound to store bikes in for cyclists and 3 minutes from the bus station. This fabulous location makes us ideal for you use as a base to explore historic Newark. YOUR ROOM However you choose to spend your time in Newark, you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing night’s sleep in our cosy and comfortable guest rooms. We have 7 rooms on the first floor and two beautiful rooms with original wooden beams cover the top floor. Due to the age and listing of the building, we’re sorry there is no lift access to any of the rooms in the Inn. Our rooms have recently been refurbished in September 2016. All our rooms are En-suite with a power shower. There is an iron, ironing board, hair dryer and fan in all rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities. Complimentary toiletries. All our linen is freshly pressed with fluffy white cotton towels. We try very hard to grant all requests for specific rooms, however please understand that at times we have a lot, therefore we cannot 100% guarantee requests. We welcome groups of all sizes, be it a family get-together, a reunion with friends or just a relaxing break with those you love. WAKE UP TO A TRADITIONAL BREAKFAST After a great night’s sleep, wake up to the aroma of a freshly cooked breakfast. Breakfasts here are renowned for their hearty portions, so whether you’re heading out to explore or you’re driving back home, you’re sure to be full until at least lunchtime! For those wanting something lighter we do omelettes and of course cereals, yogurts and eggs anyway you like. We look forward to seeing you
Excellent little family run hotel in the centre of Newark. Modern and immaculately clean rooms with very friendly staff. The family went out of their way to help when I left my Kindle there! I didn’t eat there so can’t comment on the food but it smelled delicious.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
The Explorers Retreat is a fantastic destination for families. Discover pirate, princess and wizard cabins. The resort is beautifully laid out with themed accommodation overlooking the magnificent Derwent Valley and in close proximity to more than 50 rides, attractions and shows. The self contained cabins are perfect for those seeking a great adventure, away from the traditional hotel experience. Surrounded by the magnificent Peak District, it's the perfect retreat for explorers wishing to discover all that the local area has to offer including caverns, rivers and moors - perfect for walking, cycling or simply exploring! Matlock Bath is just a two minute walk away, the town has a park, cycleways and plenty of footpaths. Stay and play packages include entry to Gulliver's Kingdom theme park.
Just returned from a 4 night stay at explorers retreat, we stayed as a group of 8 (4 adults and 4 kids). We stayed in the promenade rooms, the rooms were very clean and I would definitely recommend the promenade over the higher priced rooms as you have a little courtyard with a ping pong table. However we had a few things that we were not happy about, one been the heating kept going off and we had to go to reception 2 out of the 4 nights to advise the staff about this. Also, the kids couldn’t play ping pong as they had ran out of balls and we were told they’d buy some tomorrow although that never happened. The other issue we had was a few of the staff members, the young girl on the bar upstairs permanently had a face like a wet weekend in Blackpool, no manners either. Another older lady on reception didn’t seem to have a clue what she was doing, we went to buy park tickets from her and she said that we had to buy them at the park. I knew this wasn’t the case so I called the main gullivers helpline and was advised we got them from reception. When we went back to tell her, she had to ask another staff member, after about 10 mins of them trying to work out how to do it, she brought over the card machine along with her mobile phone and accidentally paid, she proceeded to say “oh sh*t”, not very good while our children were stood there and at accommodation that is aimed towards children! Other than that the rest of the staff were friendly, the entertainment team especially were helpful and polite! It would just be nice if management invested in some training and advised ALL their staff that manner cost nothing!!
4.5 based on 356 reviews
Welcome to the Savoy, Skegness' Premier Sea Front accommodation provider. Offering 46 stylish bedrooms, all furnished to a very high standard and fully equipped with modern facilities. Renowned for our superb Restaurant, where the experienced Chef's offer delicious home cooked food, freshly prepared using only the finest of Lincolnshire's produce and delivered to your table with a friendly and professional service.Enjoy a drink and meet new friends in the contemporary Savoy Lounge and Bar. Relax in comfort to live professional entertainment during the holiday season.The Function Room at the Savoy is ideal for Wedding Receptions, Parties or Business Conferences. With a wide range of catering options and free Wi-fi available, we can provide an excellent venue for all your business events and celebrations.The Savoy enjoys an excellent Central Promenade location and is an ideal base to explore the many local attractions. Skegness boasts many well-known features, like a wonderful golden sandy beach, the Embassy Theatre, nature reserves, championship golf courses, tournament standard bowling greens, the Pier with all the fun of the fair and the famous Skegness Illuminations.
Highly recommended,great staff nice clean rooms and a nice breakfast, can't fault them. Also very good for people with disabilities, ramp at main entrance and lift to all floors. It's in a great location,close to the pier and center with bus stops almost outside the entrance.
5 based on 299 reviews
Welcome to Brayford Guest House, your Lincoln “home away from home.” Brayford Guest House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Close to some of Lincoln's most popular landmarks, such as Brayford Pool (0.4 mi) and Ellis Windmill (0.5 mi), Brayford Guest House is a great destination for tourists. Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast. The property also features free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. Lincoln has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Burton Road Fish and Chip Restaurant, Sign of the Fish, and The Elite Fish & Chip Restaurant, which are serving up some great dishes. Should time allow, Lincoln Castle, Steep Hill, and Museum of Lincolnshire Life are some popular attractions that are within walking distance. Brayford Guest House puts the best of Lincoln at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Clean and well presented, the offer was exactly as stated. Although a fairly small space it was adequate for a single room for one night and had all you could need. Hadn't received checking in details do did have to chase, but all was handled well and host was very pleasant.
4 based on 153 reviews
Welcome to Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel, your Nottingham “home away from home.” Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nottingham, Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel is located a short distance from Robin Hood Statue (2.3 mi) and Gatehouse Tea Rooms (2.4 mi). Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel is a charming inn offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Nottingham. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available. Nottingham has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Rumbletums Cafe, Beauvale Priory Tearooms, and Reuben's Coffee House, which are serving up some great dishes. During your visit, be sure to check out popular art galleries like New Art Exchange, Focus Gallery, and George Thornton Art, which are all a short distance from the inn. Nelson and Railway Inn and Hotel puts the best of Nottingham at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What a lovely find, check in easy with a nice room and pleasant staff, great local beers and good food too and well priced, breakfast was just the best and really set you up for the day. Great banter from the breakfast chef too. Easy parking around the back of the hotel.
4 based on 506 reviews
Situated in the rural village of Kirby Muxloe, just off the M1 and five miles from Leicester, the Castle Hotel is a beautiful 17th century pub restaurant overlooking Kirby Muxloe Castle. Originally the castles farmhouse, the pub has retained much of its charm, with open fires in winter, candlelight dining in the evening and al fresco dining during the summer months. Stroll among the atmospheric ruins of the moated 15th century castle after a relaxed pub meal at The Castle Hotel We pride ourselves on classic pub food cooked with care. Whether it's hand-battered cod & chips, the gourmet burger, or the ever-popular ‘Brewer's Chicken’, now is the time to rediscover your old favourites. Make sure you try our traditional Sunday roasts with a huge a Yorkshire pudding and unlimited gravy. The team at the Castle Hotel are passionate about our food menu, so you can relax and enjoy our quality dishes and great service at this fantastic venue. It’s the perfect place to dine after a stroll around the stunning grounds of the castle.
Travelled up from Kent late to use as a halfway point between the Peak District as had to leave early next morning. Staff were so friendly to me. Felt very comfortable sitting on my own 9pm at night eating a lovely salad full of flavour they knocked up for me last minute. Thought room was a single bed but was a double. Very clean. For the price was great! Felt safe on my own.
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