Hotels near Hardwick Hall
The Peacock at Barlow
Chesterfield - 10 miles away
With onsite brewery, boutique-style bedrooms in the main building and a converted barn, and a menu of popular classics and more exotic dishes, this modernised 300-year-old village pub retains plenty of character.
Matlock - 11 miles away
Filled with historic interest, Zoe and Chris Hipwell’s small townhouse hotel overlooks a bend of the River Derwent.
The Peacock at Rowsley - Glass of Fizz Special Offer
Rowsley - 13 miles away
‘Really excellent’ food is at the very heart of this lovely Peak District hotel in a 17-century manor house, surrounded by good walking country, and known for its fly-fishing.
The Cavendish - Three Nights for the Price of Two Special Offer
Baslow - 14 miles away
‘A wonderful place for a stay in the Peak District’, the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire’s Derbyshire hotel offers a taste of country house living a stroll from their magnificent Elizabethan pile.
Fischer’s at Baslow Hall
Baslow - 14 miles away
An Edwardian homage to 17th-century style, this beautiful manor house with rich Jacobean-inspired interiors is run as a luxury hotel with fine-dining restaurant.
Brocco on the Park
Sheffield - 16 miles away
Behind the solid exterior of an Edwardian park-side villa lies a Scandi-chic boutique hotel and popular drop-in restaurant.
Nottingham - 16 miles away
A sleek, modern hotel on the ramparts of what remains of medieval Nottingham Castle, Hart’s is where your home is when you want to escape the bustling city.
Rafters at Riverside House Hotel
Bakewell - 17 miles away
A Peak District former shooting lodge ‘in a pretty walled garden’ on the Derbyshire Wye, this hotel has been completely refurbished by new owners, restaurateurs Alistair Myers and Tom Lawson.
Buxton - 20 miles away
'Surrounded by lovely, rolling, stone-wall country', this much-loved Peak District country-house hotel in a Grade II* listed 17th-century building ‘may not have all the luxuries of a modern boutique hotel, but the setting and grounds are stunning’.
Hotels not in the Guide that you may want to consider
Hotels near Hardwick Hall
Stephensons Tea and Coffee House
Chesterfield - 7 miles away
In the town centre, above an airy tea and coffee shop, hot drinks and cakes might be delivered to your spacious room depending on the time of day, and breakfast brought up in the morning, if desired. Or nip down for lunch or afternoon tea for a tempting array of home-made quiche, delicious cakes, desserts, salads and sharing platters.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley
Matlock - 13 miles away
‘A delightful pub in a quiet village’, this 17th-century coaching inn is on the Chatsworth estate. The original bar, which serves local ales, has oak beams, flagged floor, log fires; the brasserie extension has a colourful, contemporary decor. Four rooms are in the inn; others (some dog-friendly) are in three neighbouring cottages.
From £129 per night
The H Boutique Hotel
Bakewell - 15 miles away
Hardwick, Hartington, Hassop, Hathersage? Beginning with ‘H’ each of the ten modern bedrooms in this centrally located hotel is named after a Peak District village and tells a story with local artwork and photographs on the walls. Staying guests join locals in the Lounge Bar which is open until 9 pm, for a Continental breakfast (cooked extra), snacks, afternoon tea and bar meals. Or head to the Bakewell Pudding Parlour for the town’s famous tart.
The Rutland Arms Hotel
Bakewell - 16 miles away
Well located in the town, a comfortable hotel in a handsome building dating back to 1809. It makes a good base for hikers and visitors to Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall nearby. Bedrooms (some recently refurbished in the main house; some with a 4-poster bed) are also in a courtyard building across the road. Dining is in the elegant Square Restaurant or in the lively Juniper Pizza and Gin bar.
Roomzzz Nottingham City
NOTTINGHAM - 16 miles away
Cool, colourful and contemporary, all essentials are covered by well-thought-out facilities and friendly staff. A complimentary Grab & Go breakfast includes hotel drinks, orange juice, yoghurts freshly baked pastries, and fruit.
Lace Market Hotel
NOTTINGHAM - 17 miles away
A good base for exploring the city, four listed buildings (two Georgian and two Victorian) form this hotel on the cobbled High Pavement. It has a striking Art Deco-influenced interior, and a choice of places to eat and drink. Afternoon tea is served Thursday to Saturday.
The Coach House
Derby - 17 miles away
Help-yourself home-baking and books galore add allure to Rob and Roberta Aitken’s handsome Victorian house, in an historic mill village near Darley Abbey, on the edge of the Peak District national park.
Mackworth House Farm
DERBY - 19 miles away
A rural B&B in a large, quaintly furnished farmhouse with oak staircase, beams and parquet floors, on a working dairy farm. Overlooking fields and pasture, Derby is just a ten-minute drive away. Seasonal produce, and free-range eggs for breakfast.