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Baslow is 10 miles due west of Chesterfield, a close to the magnificent Chatsworth House and Estate and with Bakewell a short drive distant too, a riverside village with rather more eateries and pubs than that status would suggest... Read More

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Cavendish Hotel

Cavendish Hotel
There has been an Inn here for so long that it is uncertain when it was first built.

It became part of the Devonshire family’s estate around 1830 when it was acquired from the Duke of ... More | Double Room: £215/£340 | visit website
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Fischer's Baslow Hall

Fischer
Baslow Hall stands at the top of a winding chestnut-tree-lined driveway on the edge of the picturesque village of Baslow. Chatsworth Estate is within walking distance and the old market town of Bakewell only four ... More | Double Room: £140 - £195
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The Wheatsheaf Hotel

The Wheatsheaf Hotel

The Wheatsheaf Hotel is an 18th Century coach house situated in the heart of the Peak District outside Chesterfield. The Wheatsheaf is ideal for business travellers and tourists exploring the region, with easy access to ... More | visit website

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Devonshire Arms (0.27 miles)

Devonshire Arms
A warm welcome awaits you at The Devonshire Arms, situated in the Heart of the Peak District and on the Fringe of Chatsworth House.

A perfect base to start out from whether your relaxing, walking or ... More | visit website
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Holly Cottage B&B (1.13 miles)

Holly Cottage B&B

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Welcome to Holly Cottage, where we strive to offer quality en-suite B&B accommodation in a relaxed and informal manner whilst ensuring your needs are catered for.

We are located in Pilsley ... More

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Chequers Inn (2.65 miles)

Chequers Inn

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A traditional country inn with full hotel facilities. Directly underneath Froggatt Edge, one of the areas greatest climbing and walking regions.Very close to Chatsworth House, Eyam Hall, Bakewell,Castleton.
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Croft Cottages (3.01 miles)

Croft Cottages
Lovely 17th century cottage, peacefully located near the River Wye, in the beautiful historic market town of Bakewell. Many pubs, excellent restaurants and fascinating shops are but a two minute stroll from the house.

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Devonshire Arms (3.02 miles)

Devonshire Arms

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Beeley is one of those picturesque country villages that visitors to the English countryside love to discover. And The Devonshire Arms is one of those picturesque country inns at the ... More

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The Castle Inn (3.11 miles)

The Castle Inn

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A delightful traditional Inn built in the 16th Century, on the A619 as it crosses the River Wye at Bakewell Brdige. This local pub with rooms is famous for its ... More

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Rock Cottage (3.21 miles)

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Rutland Arms Hotel (3.23 miles)

Rutland Arms Hotel

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Set in the magnificent town of Bakewell in the heart of The Peak District National Park, the Rutland Arms Hotel offers a hint of Georgian elegance in unrivalled surroundings. Built for the ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Chesterfield West (3.29 miles)

Premier Inn Chesterfield West
Ideally situated on the outskirts of Chesterfield, famous for its Crooked Spire and surrounded by the beautiful Peak District. Other local attractions include Chatsworth House, Bakewell and Matlock. Chesterfield train station is just 6 miles ... More | visit website
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Sir William Hotel (3.60 miles)

Sir William Hotel

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Set high on the side of the Hope Valley, most rooms at the Sir William have panoramic views over the village and across the valley.

The Sir William has 7 individual ... More

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