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High Tor Hotel
Matlock
Derbyshire

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We are a fully refurbished grade 2 listed building with beautiful views (high tor) We opened on the first of June 2012 so everything is new. The refurbishment, costing over 3 million pounds gives the building a modern contemporary feel but with a classical but comfortable feel, totally unique we are told. We have 14 rooms in total all totally individual with their own price. The mattresses have natural cashmere lining with silk stitching or the more modern memory foam. We have disabled friendly to executive suites, we even have a wedding suite. We are a fully functioning modern hotel
We are told that we are Matlocks best kept secret. Our restaurant offers modern Gastro dining which is open to the public too. From breakfast through till evening meal you will find High Tor Hotel your perfect retreat with the most comprehensive and exclusive wine list we will be sure to surprise! The coffee at High Tor Hotel is blended and roasted exclusively for High Tor Hotel . Our friendly and warm staff will be waiting to greet you upon your arrival.

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