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Inns in Chesterfield

Olde House
Loundsley Green Road
Newbold

Chesterfield
Derbyshire

S40 4RN | View map
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The structure of the Olde House Hotel dates back to 1678 when it was built as a farm house; it wasn't until the 1960s that it was converted into a pub. The pub now consists of two function rooms, a tastefully designed bar and dining area and 12 en-suite executive bedrooms. The Olde House is situated one and a half miles from the centre of Chesterfield, home of the Crooked Spire church, and just three miles from Junction 30 of the M1. Local attractions include the picturesque Peak District and the Chatsworth Estate, making the Olde House Hotel an ideal location for both business travellers and tourists alike. The hotel has a civil license and can therefore cater for weddings and our function rooms are also suitable for parties, seminars and business meetings. We have a substantial car park to accommodate guests.

Rooms start from just 59.95, which includes our fantastic free breakfast.

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Nearest Train Station: Chesterfield
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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