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Kedleston Country House Hotel
Kedleston Country House Hotel
Kedleston Road
Quarndon

Derby
Derbyshire

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The Kedleston Country House Hotel, 18th century listed building is a family run hotel situated in the beautiful setting of Derbyshire. The Hotel offers 11 beautiful bedrooms, which are comfortable and come with lovely views. The Grade 2* Listed Building was designed by the famous architect Robert Adam in 1761 as a Coaching Inn to house visitors to nearby Kedleston Hall. The Hotel offers visitors to the area, whether on business or pleasure, a unique and relaxing experience from the minute you walk through the door. Located just miles North of Derby the hotel provides an excellent base to explore Derbyshire whilst ensuring a tranquil setting in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. Within Derby itself there are numerous museums, galleries and shops to visit. There are also a number of golf courses nearby.Set in beautiful surroundings the Hotel provides an excellent wedding venue. Our Restaurant offers a Table d'Hote Menu at Lunch times and a A La Carte Menu in the evenings with a well stocked Wine List to accompany your meal. The friendly Lounge offers a cosy and relaxing atmosphere with the Bar fully stocked with a large range of Real Ales, Lagers, Spirits and Soft Drinks. Both the Bar and Lounge areas have a Light Meal Menu available during lunch times and evenings.

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