Melbourne south of Derby is a large residential village set in agricultural land, with a fine old Hall its architectural highlight, though with a 12th century church too. Convenient for Donington Park and East Midlands Airport... Read More

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Hardinge Arms

Hardinge Arms

The Hardinge Arms is an attractively restored historic building in the affluent village of Kings Newton, sited on a conservation belt dating back to the 1600s. Home to the Newton Wonder apple, this inn has a ... More | visit website

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Melbourne Arms

Melbourne Arms

Sample our hospitality at the historic Melbourne Arms Hotel, where east meets west in a sumptuous echo of the Raj. The Melbourne Arms Hotel is a Grade II listed building dating back to the 18th century ... More | visit website

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The Staff of Life

The Staff of Life
Located in Ticknall village, rural Derbyshire. We offer our guests the traditional inn experience with real ales, home cooking & comfortable rooms!

We have 7 en suite B & B rooms in our 4 Star English ... More | visit website
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Crewe & Harpur Derby

Crewe & Harpur Derby

The Crewe & Harpur is a converted 17th Century coach house, delightfully situated between the medieval villages of Swarkestone and Melbourne. The adjoining stable block has been converted to provide hotel accommodation in the form ... More | visit website

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Paddock Hotel

Paddock Hotel

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The Paddock hotel Melbourne is a newly refurbished 8 bedroom hotel with a bar and restaurant. Each bedroom is individually styled with en suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities ... More | Double Room: From £69.50

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