Grindleford is a great location to base your holiday in Derbyshire. Whether you plan to stay local and just enjoy the excellent facilities offered by these Grindleford hotels or just use the hotel as a base to explore what Derbyshire has to offer.
If you can't find what you are looking for in Grindleford then you can always widen your search to other towns for hotels in Derbyshire.
The Rutland Arms Hotel - This 19th-century hotel between Matlock and Buxton is in the heart of the Peak District. It has its own restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and is home to over 50 antique clocks. The Rutland Arms is well-located in historic Bakewell town, on the edge of the Chatsworth Estate. It has free parking and is about 1.8 miles from Haddon Hall country house. Chatsworth House is about 5.5 miles away. The restaurant offers exciting menus, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The first ever Bakewell Pudding was made at The Rutland Arms Hotel. Jane Austen is believed to have stayed at the hotel whilst writing Pride and Prejudice.
Cavendish Hotel - Located on the Chatsworth House Estate, The Cavendish Hotel restaurants has won an AA 2 Rosette Award. The hotel offers locally sourced food and free Wi-Fi. The Cavendish Hotel, originally the famous Peacock, is located in the heart of the Peak District. The hotel is steeped in history, with perfect views and peaceful surroundings. Throughout the hotel you will find open fires, oak beams, antique furnishings, fresh flowers and friendly staff. And yet this oasis is located just 15 minutes from Sheffield and 20 minutes off the M1.
If you would prefer more space or the flexibility of a self catering holiday in Derbyshire then why not have a look at the large choice of cottages, apartments, lodges and holiday caravans available in Derbyshire. If you are looking for a lower cost alternative to hotels then you may like to consider a Derbyshire B&B or hostel..