Amber Valley Borough Council
Amber Valley Borough Council

Alfreton is a sizeable town between Derby and Chesterfield, easily accessed via junction 28 of the M1 and convenient for the National Tramway Museum and the Midland Railway Centre among other attractions... Read More

Hotels in Alfreton - 5 places to stay

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The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn

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A grade ll listed property, believed to be dated back to the 15th century, in the attractive village of Higham.A detailed stone property with beamed ceilings and open fires, large ... More

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Travelodge Alfreton

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Mansfield

Ideally located within easy reach of the M1, next to McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Village and around 30 minutes from Alton Towers Theme Park. For shops and local amenities Mansfield town centre is only 5 ... More | visit website

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The Boundary (1.85 miles)

The Boundary

The Boundary, Alfreton is a traditional pub with separate hotel accommodation of 13 high quality rooms. The bar serves a range of quality beers and wine and an extensive pub menu offering hot food all ... More

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Santo's Higham Farm Hotel (2.45 miles)

Santo
Santo’s Higham Farm Hotel is set in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside with a panoramic terrace offering uninterrupted views of the Amber Valley, yet only minutes away from motorway links and central to East Midlands, Birmingham ... More | visit website
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The Derbyshire (2.57 miles)

The Derbyshire
Location is perfect at The Derbyshire Hotel. Literally seconds from junction 28 of the M1, business travellers will find this a welcome respite after a day on the road. Short break visitors will find it ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Ripley (2.96 miles)

Premier Inn Ripley
A convenient location for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 16 miles from Nottingham East Midlands Airport. Well situated for Alfreton train station and within easy reach of the M1. Our Ripley Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Meadow Suite (3.24 miles)

Meadow Suite
The recently converted old grain store has made a suite of 4 separate rooms. A superb sitting room/ bedroom with two settees, coffee table, king sized bed and lighting to suit all moods. The bathroom ... More | visit website
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Days Inn (3.32 miles)

Days Inn
Days Inn have 14 great locations across the UK, our Chesterfield hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. The Days Inn hotel in ... More | visit website
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Moss Cottage Hotel (3.44 miles)

Moss Cottage Hotel
This hotel is central for visitors to Nottingham and Derbyshire; giving guests almost immediate access to Nottingham's shopping and theatre night life; whilst offering the glorious Peak District to those who like walking or just ... More | visit website
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Lumb Farm (4.53 miles)

Lumb Farm
Lumb Farm has been established in Marehay as a venue for over 30 years and was before a fully funtioning farm. We have recently undergone extensive refurbishment externally and internally and now proudly present our ... More | visit website
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Whitton Lodge (4.80 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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Lea Hall (5.19 miles)

Lea Hall

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In the Derbyshire Village of Lea, Lea Hall is the childhood home of Florence Nightingale.

The Hall has a grand entrance with impressive chandelier lit, portrait clad staircase leading to bedrooms ... More

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