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New Bath Hotel
Matlock Bath
Derbyshire

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The New Bath Hotel is the perfect venue from which to explore the picturesque spa town of Matlock Bath, lying just down river of the county town of Matlock, enclosed by the majestic limestone cliffs of the Derwent Gorge and an area which offers a wealth of attractions for visitors. Overlooking the town is the huge cliff known as High Tor and the gigantic folly, Riber Castle, now a wildlife sanctuary. With the magnificent Peak District National Park on the doorstep, a short break, or longer holiday at the New Bath Hotel, will allow you to explore some of England's most spectacular scenery, with such varied landscapes, richness of wildlife, a wealth of cultural heritage and some of the most scenic and picturesque towns and villages in the country.

The New Bath Hotel offers the pefect environment from which to access the Peak District National Park, one of the most spectacular and beautiful areas of Britain.

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Number of Rooms: 55
Number Ensuite: 55
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