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Buckinghams Hotel and Restaurant with One Table
Chesterfield
Derbyshire

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Buckingham's Award Winning Hotel is the gateway to the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth House and many more attractions. Originally a pair of Victorian semi-detached houses that have been sympathetically converted into this attractive, comfortable and relaxed hotel in Newbold, a residential area of Chesterfield. Nick and Tina Buckingham are well-known for their warm and friendly hotel, which specialises in superlative food. The hotel's modern facilities are combined with an attention to detail and quality of service.
This is a non-smoking hotel.

Perfect for business people looking for a hotel in Derbyshire, and ideally located for visitors to the Peak District, this Best Loved Hotels and Quality in Tourism recommended hotel always surprises and charms its guests. Ladies travelling alone can rest assured they will be well looked after. Owned by Master Chef Nick Buckingham and family, this charming hotel in Derbyshire is unique and special, with rooms furnished to excellent standards, complete with rubber ducks and an exceptional restaurant...with just one table. Amongst its many accolades, the hotel has gained an award for 'Highly Commended Best Breakfast of the Year' in the latest Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards.

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