The bustling market town of Chesterfield is at the gateway to the Peak District National Park nearby the historic buildings of Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall and Haddon Hall. The Industrial Ancillaries Academy is four miles from Chesterfield town centre. There are a number of places to stay, depending on your budget, as well as an eclectic selection of restaurants in the town centre.
Below are the details for a selection of local hotels. For more information on staying or eating out in Chesterfield and its surroundings visit or telephone (01246 345777) the Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre in Rykneld Square.
List of Hotels and Restaurants
The Casa Hotel
The Casa Hotel is Chesterfield’s premier independent hotel. It is four-star and AA silver star rated. The AA has also awarded the Casa’s “Cocina Restaurant” two stars. All bedrooms have super king-size Hypnos beds, air conditioning, 32” LCD TVs and luxury showers. The Casa offers Early Bird fixed price meals, as well as an à la carte menu. It also has a bar which serves drinks and tapas.
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The Ibis Hotel
The Ibis Hotel is in the centre of Chesterfield. It has 86 guest rooms with wi-fi and satellite TV. A bar, café, and snacks are available twenty-four hours a day. It is a short walk to the train station.
The Premier Inn
The Premier Inn offers quality accommodation at budget prices. It has its own restaurant beside the Chesterfield Canal, “The Lock-Keeper” (a Brewers Fayre pub restaurant), which serves breakfasts, snacks and dinner. The Premier Inn is just fifteen minutes’ drive from Junction 29 on the M1.
Telephone: 0871 527 8238