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Isle of Man, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 May 2011

Stayed here one night recently and the hosts were very welcoming without the usual signing in and you must be out by such and such a time which was nice. We had a downstairs room with a very comfortable bed and a wet room although we were not provided with bath towels which I am sure was just an oversight!...

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Scotland
Reviewed 12 May 2011

This is a B&B that is certainly NOT run of the mill! It is a converted chapel that has retained almost almost all the "church" windows. It is, at first sight, a bit pricey ~ we were charged £80 for a double room with breakfast when the 'going rate' in the area seems to be about £65 ~ but we...

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bournemouth, england
Reviewed 28 February 2011

Just had a lovely couple of days at Mount Tabor. A beautiful converted chapel in the pretty village of Crich. The owner, Fay, couldn't have been more welcoming and her little dog, Molly, was an absolute star. Large double room with sofa, huge wetroom with underfloor heating and even a corkscrew in the bedside table - who could ask for...

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Oxford
Reviewed 13 February 2011

A wonderful break. The B&B is in an old converted chapel, with stunning stained glass windows. We had the downstairs double; with en suite wet room. The breakfasts were delicious, plentiful and very tasty, and with newspapers to read. Fay made us delicious afternoon tea, with home made cakes and sandwiches, which was just what we needed after a full...

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sutton in ashfield
Reviewed 4 July 2010

This is the second time we have stayed here to celebrate our anniversary and we will certainly return.The house is stunning and the rooms nicely furnished and very comfortable.The breakfast-eaten outsde on the balcony with beautiful views-is exceptional,and Fay and Simon could not be more accomadating and welcoming.Highly recommended.

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london
Reviewed 6 May 2010

We chose Mount Tabor on spec as a base for a walking weekend, having never visited Derbyshire before. It proved a perfect choice.. Armed with several walks from the internet ['Walks round Matlock'], we explored the lovely countryside. Mount Tabor was so comfortable and welcoming, a perfect place to return to. Though we are not "jacuzzi types" it provided a...

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Western Isles
Reviewed 19 September 2009

Set in the Peak District is the village of Crich which has a long and interesting history . Mount Tabor House is no exception. Built as a church by the local quarry workers in their free time and has been converted over time to a house and now a excellent place to stay and to get the atmosphere of a...

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Seal Beach CA, USA
Reviewed 5 September 2009

Staying at Mount Tabor has been a great experience for both me and my 34Yr old son. I truly enjoyed the feeling I got in this re-vamped old chaple. And what a delight was The owener Fay , who in every way added to our comfort and satisfaction. Rooms , clean and inviting. Food, excellent. It was my second visit...

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Norfolk, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 August 2009

We stayed at Mount Tabor two nights. The room was decorated nicely with a wet room with very modern fittings, although one of the first things i noticed was the cheap white very stained rag rugs. Which I felt In my own house would have been in the dustbin. The room was cleanish, the window ledges were very dusty along...

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Berkshire
Reviewed 8 September 2008

This converted chapel is a fascinating place to stay. The bedroom was as good if not better then some 4* hotels I've stayed in (wet room en suite!). We had a traditional breakfast of high qualty fresh local produce in an impressive open plan communal area where we could relate to other guests. Visit the National Tramway Museam nearby!

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Address: Mount Tabor House Bowns Hill | Crich, Crich DE4 5DG, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Derbyshire > Crich
Number of rooms: 4
Also Known As:
Mount Tabor House Hotel Crich
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