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B and Bs in Chesterfield

Church Villa B&B
Chesterfield
Derbyshire

S42 5DB | View map
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Church Villa B & B is a charming cottage, full of character and with modern comfort within easy reach of the Peak District. Come and stay to explore local historic houses, some great walking country and beautiful places to visit by car. With just 2 guest bedrooms the service is individual. Select from double, twin or single occupancy. Guests can truly make themselves "at home" with full use of a Guest Lounge and the Vine Room, which serves as the Breakfast Room, Dining Room and a seating area overlooking part of the garden. Using local produce where possible, the breakfast menu has a varied menu including a full English breakfast; in addition guests can pre-order evening meals and packed lunches. Special diets are catered for provided details are provided in advance. There is a guest fridge. Local tourist sights include Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall (old and new), Stainsby Mill, Bolsover Castle, Haddon Hall and Barrow Hill - Britain's only surviving operational Roundhouse engine shed. Shoppers may choose from Meadowhall, Junction 28 outlets, Chesterfield Market, Bakewell town and village craft shops throughout Derbyshire.

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