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County - Derbyshire | Map
Tel code: 01246 | code search
Postcode: S44 | code search
Population: 71700
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Fiddlers Rest
"Six of us booked for Sunday lunch and were most pleasantly surprised by the superb quality and value for money that we enjoyed. We would recommend anyone to include the ..." More

Castle Arms
"since craig took over as new landlord things have changed all for the better good food also beer very friendley staff clean and a very relaxing place to spend a ..." More

Castle Arms
"I am in a local band and booked to play the castle arms on the 2/8/08. On arriving we were met with the rude geers and unhelpfull sarcatic comments, ..." More

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Prior to the Norman Conquest this was known as Belesoure but today is better known as Bolsover, lying on the County of Derbyshire and today famed for its castle which is open to the public. Originally built in the 12th century the castle was later purchased by one of the most astute businesswomen of the 16th century, “Bess of Hardwick” who subsequently sold it on to Charles Cavendish who is responsible for much of what is to be seen today despite being ravaged during the Civil War. There is still evidence today of the hundred years of coal mining that took place here, including a superb model village for the miners arranged around a large attractive green. During the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries this area was a hive of industry, home to miners, blacksmiths, potters and shoe buckle makers – all industries that no longer survive in the area. Today Bolsover is popular with its residents because of its close proximity to the M1, it offers them the ease of communication as well as rural surroundings which were once where the towns economy lay as agriculture was an important part of life in those days

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Bolsover Castle

Council

Bolsover District

Pub and Bar

Anchor Inn
Black Bull Inn
Blue Bell
Castle Arms
Cross Keys Inn
Model Tavern
Sportsmans Pub
The Blue Bell
White Swan

Restaurant

Anchor Inn
Bella Blu Italian Restaurant
Black Bull Inn
Blue Bell
Fiddlers Rest
Keep & Tower Grill
Model Tavern
Sportsmans Pub
The Blue Bell

Taxi

Alpha Travel
C D I
Castle Cars

Sports Clubs

Bolsover Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

Rowlands Pharmacy
Whyld About Food
Annie and Angie Cakes Ltd
Wild Rose Floral Design
Flowertalk
Elliott Meats
Robert Bowring Butchers
Oasis Florists

Places to Stay near Bolsover

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Markham vale Guest Lodge (2.09 miles)

Markham vale Guest Lodge

Markham Vale Guest Lodge is a superb Guest House offering Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Markham Vale, between Chesterfield and Bolsover in the Derbyshire Peak District.
Located just 2 minutes from Junction 29A off the M1 ... More | visit website

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Harleys Inn (3.60 miles)

Harleys Inn
Keith and Linda welcome you to Harleys Inn,Staveley, Chesterfield. With a diner, overnight bedrooms, and a welcoming environment, Harleys Bar is the perfect choice.
Breakfast, bar snacks & evening meals
Relax in our superb restaurant, offering a ... More | visit website
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Church Villa B&B (3.96 miles)

Church Villa B&B
Church Villa B & B is a charming cottage, full of character and with modern comfort within easy reach of the Peak District. Come and stay to explore local historic houses, some great walking country ... More | visit website
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Ringwood Hall Hotel (4.24 miles)

Ringwood Hall Hotel

Ringwood Hall Hotel is a splendid Georgian Grade 11 listed Manor House, AA 3* accredited at 85% for four years, one of the highest hotel awards in Derbyshire, South Yorkshire & The Peak District. Our ... More | visit website

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Hollingwood Hall (4.41 miles)

Hollingwood Hall

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This beautiful 17th century converted church provides 1 bedroom self catering accommodation in Chesterfield - the gateway to the Peak District and just minutes from all the major attractions. Facilities ... More

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Whitton Lodge (5.11 miles)

Whitton Lodge
Over 400 years old, Whitton Lodge, is a luxury bed and breakfast in the Derbyshire countryside. It is close to both The Peak District National Park and Sherwood Forest, the home of Robin Hood. Bedrooms ... More | visit website
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The Lockoford Inn (5.37 miles)

The Lockoford Inn
The Lockoford Inn is a family run traditional pub serving home cooked food,with friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere. We are located approximately 5 mins from the Chesterfield Railway Station.

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The Pebley Inn (5.42 miles)

The Pebley Inn
Nestled amongst rolling countryside, windy lanes and picturesque villages, The Pebley Inn will take you off the beaten track, transporting you to a world of rural charm.

All our rooms have views over the picturesque Derbyshire ... More | visit website
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Chesterfield Hotel (5.47 miles)

Chesterfield Hotel

Perfectly situated within sight of the world famous 'Crooked Spire' and the historic town centre of Chesterfield. Enjoy free use of PEAK Leisure, including indoor swimming pool, gym, spa bath, sauna and steam room. A ... More | visit website

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Ibis Chesterfield (5.51 miles)

Ibis Chesterfield

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Just a short walk from the centre of this market town and only 500 metres from Chesterfield Railway Station, the hotel offers free private parking and good value. Close to the heart ... More

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