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The obvious attraction of this smart Peak District hotel is its winning location on the edge of Chatsworth Park, with a path leading directly to the hall, but it delivers on many other fronts too. The interiors are elegant, the atmosphere is welcoming and you'll eat very well in either of the two hotel restaurants.

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The hotel sits on the edge of the Chatsworth estate in Baslow, a well-kept village with some smart little shops and restaurants. It's on a busy main road but the bedrooms are all on the opposite side of the building, so you get lovely views and no traffic noise to disturb your sleep. There's good, varied walking in all directions and particularly dramatic views if you head north from the hotel to Baslow Edge and Curbar Edge.

By car: the hotel is 35 mins from Sheffield, 1 hour 30 mins from Birmingham and 3 hours 30 mins from London. There is free parking on-site.

By train: London St Pancras to Chesterfield takes 1 hour 45 mins. The hotel is a 20-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Chesterfield.

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The overall look is a smart country house, with a blend of antique and modern furnishings, big stone fireplaces and tweed-jacketed staff. There's no skimping when it comes to details - fabrics are sumptuous, walls are adorned with original artworks from the Cavendish family collection and the plush carpets are monogrammed with the family crest.


Reception sells entrance tickets to Chatsworth, can arrange for guests to go fishing on the estate's rivers, and keeps a stock of guidebooks and maps for walkers and cyclists to borrow. You'll also find two electric car charging points in the car park and a small putting green on the terrace.

  • Two restaurants
  • Bar
  • Gardens
  • Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Family rooms
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Although the size and design details vary from one to the next, all bedrooms feel luxurious and indulgent. The beautifully appointed bathrooms come with thick white robes and full-size Temple Spa toiletries, and antique furnishings sit happily alongside nifty modern gadgets like flatscreen TVs.

Room types: Standard Rooms, Superior Rooms, The Coach House, Hartington Junior Suite, The Redesdale Suite

Key amenities: ensuite with shower over bath, luxury toiletries, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


You get a choice of two restaurants. The Gallery is the fine-dining option, with beautifully elegant décor, three AA rosettes to its name and a modern British menu that makes good use of seasonal local produce. Across the hall is the Garden Room, where the flexible menu also includes sandwiches and sharing platters.

The Gallery Restaurant: fine dining, modern British cuisine, produce from the Chatsworth Estate. Open daily. Two-course dinner £48, three courses £58, four courses £68.

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