Derwent House Luxury Holiday Accommodation
The house is decorated and equipped to a very high standard. It is the ideal venue to meet with a large group of friends and family for a special occasion or relaxing break. It also offers a luxury alternative to hotel accommodation.
Derwent House enjoys a large, delightful lounge with stone fireplace and wood burning stove, and feature bay windows. The lounge has comfortable seating, colour television with DVD player and mini hifi system. Wifi is available throughout the house. A further reception room, which was the original kitchen, is found off the corridor with further comfortable seating. Adjacent to the lounge is a spacious dining room. The room features a bay window, fireplace and large oak dining table with seating for 12.
The large breakfast kitchen incorporates a sink, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, range cooker with double gas oven and 7 ring hob. There is an excellent range of range of equipment and utensils. There is table with benches within the room for breakfast/informal dining. The kitchen and old kitchen have original quarry tile flooring.
A washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer are located on the ground floor utility room. This area allows adequate storage for outdoor wear and drying clothes. An iron and ironing board are also provided.
Sleeping accommodation is comprised of six individually designed bedrooms: three doubles, two twins and a single bedroom. There is also room for an additional bed and cot. Three bedrooms include en-suite shower rooms and a fourth includes WC and washbasin. There is a large Victorian styled bathroom with freestanding bath and hand held shower. The ground floor provides two lounges, a well-equipped large fitted kitchen, dining room with seating for 12 and a utility room with washing and drying facilities.
Derwent House is available for full weeks (Friday - Friday) and short breaks (Friday - Monday or Monday - Friday) throughout the year. Alternative arrangements will be accommodated if possible. The price is inclusive of all facilities, bed linen and towels. A cot and high chair are available if required. Derwent House is non-smoking accommodation.
Matlock is a small historical spa town and owes much of its status to John Smedley, who built the imposing Smedley's Hydro, now County Hall, and Riber Castle, a mock medieval castle overlooking the town that can be seen from the front garden of Derwent House.
The town has a wide range of shops, cafes, antique shops, public houses, restaurants and supermarkets all within walking distance from the house. Derbyshire boasts many attractive villages, such as Bakewell and Castleton, and fine country houses and estates within easy reach from Derwent House. These attractions include: Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall and Old Hall, Bolsover Castle, Crich Tramway Museum, Abraham Heights, Gulliver's Kingdom and Matlock Bath.
Matlock is located close to the M1 and the central location makes it an ideal place to meet with friends and family from across the country for relaxing holidays and special occasions.
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This page was last updated: 23 April 2016