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Batemanís Mill Country Hotel & Restaurant
Mill lane
Old Tupton

Chesterfield
Derbyshire

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This award winning 4 star hotel is a delightful conversion of an 18th Century mill house situated in a quiet rural area on the edge of the Peak District. Owned and operated by John, Maggie & Steven Roberts.

With eight bedrooms, ground floor bar and restaurant, restaurant, private dining suite, conference and meeting facilities the hotel offers an ideal base for visiting this beautiful part of the country.

Close to many Peak park attractions including Chatsworth Estate, Haddon and Hardwick Hall, Bolsover Castle, Bakewell and historic Chesterfield, the hotel has won numerous awards and accolades including Winner "Outstanding Quality award".

Eight ensuite bedrooms with telephone, TV/DVD, tea/coffee making facilites, free WIFI access, iron, ironing board, trouser press, hairdryer, ground floor, executive, family and easy access rooms available.

Walkers and cyclists welcome.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Stars & Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Name: Millers Restaurant

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