Macklin Street, Derby, DE1 1LF

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From the North and South (West)

At the A38 / A52 roundabout take the A52 Ashbourne Road to Derby city centre. At the 2nd main set of traffic lights follow the road in the right hand lane and at the next set of lights turn right. At the lights go straight on DO NOT TURN RIGHT. At the next lights take your 3rd right onto Abbey Street. Take your 1st left onto Macklin Street and the hotel is on the right. The car park entrance is below the hotel sign.

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From the North and South (East)

Leave the M1 at J25 and take the A52 to Derby. After Pentagon roundabout continue on the A52 going UNDER the flyover until you get to Ford Street. Here there are 2 sets of traffic lights 100 yards of each other. Continue straight ahead. DO NOT TURN RIGHT. At the next set of lights take your 3rd right onto Abbey Street, and next left onto Macklin Street. The hotel is on the right with the car park entrance below our hotel sign.



There is so much to found to do and see - all within easy reach. With so many choices ... there is something for everyone! We have selected a few activities for you here. If you wish to see more ...CLICK HERE ... and you will be brought to the Derbyshire UK Website
which hosts an abundance of information about the area including live webcams of the
area, maps photographs and much much more.


Kedleston Hall

Chatsworth, Bakewell Derbyshire, DE45 1PP

Derby, Derbyshire DE22 5JH

Chatsworth is one of Britain’s best loved historic houses and estates. There is so much to enjoy on a day out here. From famous works of art, young animals and the spectacular fountains in the garden to the finest shopping, food and drink and many miles of free walks.

The home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park.

The house, garden, farmyard, adventure playground, gift shops and restaurant and 1000 acre park and the farmshop and its restaurant are open all year round.

If you are visiting over the Christmas period, the house is dramatically re-presented for the Christmas season.

With over 820 acres of open parkland with cascades, lakes and woodland walks and beautiful lanscaped garden restored in part to 18th century pleasure grounds Kedleston Hall is a wonder to the eye.

Interiors within the Neo-classical mansion contains many pieces of neo-classical architecture, designed by Robert Adam and luxurious state rooms with great collections of paintings and furniture.

There are also Eastern Museum displays objects collected by Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India (1899-1905) .

Calke Abbey

Ticknall, Derby, Derbyshire DE73 7LE

This is a beautiful Baroque mansion with a unique collection of curiosities.

Invisible corridors, underground tunnels, a secret garden and stunning 18th-century Chinese silk bed are just a few of the amazing wonders of this Abbey.

Outside you can lose yourself in the enchanting walled-gardens and restored Orangery

Calke Park is a National Nature Reserve set in over 600 acres
Web Site Calke Abbey


We are only 5 minutes walk from the Wesfield Shopping Mall and City Centre.. Westfield Derby is the face of shopping in Derby city centre.

With more than 150 shops, many new to the region, Westfield Derby is a fashionista's dream. The opening of the new centre on 9 October will transform the city as it becomes a first class shopping destination.

Contemporary architecture, a superior selection of your favourite high street brands and a number of great services will combine to make Westfield Derby the number one shopping centre in the East Midlands.

The centre has been designed to ensure you have everything you need to make your shopping trip as stress free and enjoyable as possible. Flooded with natural daylight the malls and public areas of Westfield Derby are the perfect setting for some of the country’s biggest brands, from fashion to lifestyle and leisure.

Eat Central, our innovative collection of local, regional and national food outlets combine to create food theatre, with delights from all around the world prepared right in front of your eyes.

© Westfield Derby 2007

There are several Markets in Derby. At the foot of Iron Gate is Market Hall which houses an indoor market (open Mon-Sat) selling clothes, fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and sweets. In the Lock Up Yard off the cornmarket can be found a fresh fish market. Another indoor market is in the Eagle Centre itself. Both these markets are open Mon to Sat. A farmers' market is held in Market Place on the third Thursday of every month and a Continental market on several occassions throughout the year.


Derby is more haunted than York! Dubbed "The Dead Centre of England" spooky sightings around the city are well engrained and ready to scare the living daylights out of anyone brave enough!

Derby has featured in four episodes of the renowned TV programme 'Most Haunted'.

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