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B and Bs in Belper

Millbank House
Idridgehay
Belper
Derbyshire

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Millbank House accommodation is on the edge of peak District National Park set in the most magnificent countryside, it is the perfect location to unwind.It is also situated close to the historic town of Wirksworth and its glorious art festival, and its recently opened Ecclesbourne valley railway. We are a family run Bed & Breakfast offering two tastefully furnished en-suite bedrooms, one Double and one Double/Twin/Family room with ultra comfortable quality beds with Egyptian cotton bedding and picturesque views from both bedrooms looking over one of the lakes. We are centrally situated for many tourist attractions including Carsington water, Matlock, Ashbourne/ Dovedale, Chatsworth House Bakewell, Buxton, Crich Tramway Museum, 5 miles from Belper & 10 miles from Derby. We also offer a tasty wholesome full English breakfast or delicious alternatives. There is also separate guests entrance and staircase. We have private off road parking available, with space for cycle storage. There are a good choice of pubs and restaurants nearby.

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