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We went for a mid week family meal. The restaurant was nearly empty when we arrived. We spent money on drinks and then ordered food. We were told there was over a 45 minute wait! The bar staff knew we wanted to order food but...More
Stayed here with a friend en route to Chatsworth. Wasn't expecting too much as the price for B&B was very reasonable. The room was clean and tidy ( the décor was a little tired and a sink tap was loose). Comfortable and quiet. Wi-Fi and...More
We stayed in a family room and 3 double room, did have a mix up with the booking but the lady at reception worked it out quickly and efficiency, breakfast in the morning was an order breakfast and was a good breakfast.
this is an inn connected to a Marstons pub, it is a separate building so the noise from the live bands on a weekend do not disturb. rooms are very large with en-suite bathrooms. they include a very nice cooked breakfast. comfortable beds large screen...More
Visited things in and around Matlock with the wife and two children. Room was huge, breakfast nice and staff really friendly. What's more, through Booking.com, it was only £50 and that was with breakfast included. Would definitely use again when visiting these parts
USD 69 - USD 119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Boundary Hotel South Normanton, Derbyshire, England
Access to the hotel is up some stairs as the building is on raised ground behind the pub. There are ground floor rooms but I'm not sure how easy the initial access to the building would be. It's a slightly awkward walk from... More
Access to the hotel is up some stairs as the building is on raised ground behind the pub. There are ground floor rooms but I'm not sure how easy the initial access to the building would be. It's a slightly awkward walk from the reception to the hotel building. There is disabled parking but you would need to phone about the access.