Hotels in Chesterfield

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What to do in Chesterfield

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The city with the crooked spire, Chesterfield is an ancient market town with a charter that lasts to this day. Visitors flock to the Derbyshire hotspot to experience the unique town characteristics, the cobbled streets, the superb restaurants and the renowned local nightlife.  It's also perfectly located for an exploration of the Peak District and a visit to nearby Sheffield with its city attractions. If you're looking for a hotel Chesterfield has plenty to offer, with a range of accommodations to suit all budgets and preferences. You can book a hotel with eDreams in just a few quick steps for total ease. Simply use the filters to select your group size and preferred travel dates and the powerful search engine will return all local hotel deals. Pick the one that appeals to you and secure your booking in just a few clicks.

What must I see in Chesterfield?

Head to the town centre and prepare to be charmed by its cobbled streets and independent shops. The large outdoor market runs throughout the year and there's a sizeable indoor market too packed with local and artisanal producers. Visit the large and beautiful church with its stunning stained glass windows and famous twisted tower, and see a live production at the Pomegranate Theatre. The town has a thriving dining scene and you'll find restaurants that span the globe, from Japanese sushi to Spanish tapas and Argentinian steakhouses. If you love retail, there are various large retail parks on the outskirts of the town centre, and the park is well worth a visit, with its traditional bandstand, miniature steam railway and traditional Italian ice-cream parlour. Visit the Winding Wheel for a show or one of the many lively bars in the evening. In the day time, take a trip to the surrounding green spaces on your bike, visit Crich Tramway Museum, head to Hardwick Hall and Gardens or explore Chesterfield Canal. This is a sporty area and you'll find plenty of cycle and walking routes and bridleways, making it great for visitors with dogs. Happily, it's also perfectly possible to book a hotel if you are travelling with your four-legged friend, as many of the local accommodations allow well-behaved pets as part of their hotel deals. For a day trip, Bakewell and Matlock are both hot destinations, along with the famous Chatsworth House and Gardens, which is a perennial favourite with tourists.

Where should I stay in Chesterfield?

Looking for a hotel Chesterfield wide? The good news is that there are plenty of options, whether you prefer cheap hotels for a budget stay or something a little more high-end for a special visit. Chesterfield town centre has plenty of hotels, including some larger big-name hotel brands which are located close to the primary road network and railway station. You'll also find various independent and small hotels, including boutique accommodations and private B'nB's all around the main town area and on the road out towards Chatsworth House and the Peak District. Take a look at some of the surrounding villages and districts too, such as Wingeworth, Grassmoor, Holymoorside, Ashover, Bolsover and Tupton. Many of these popular tourist spots are surrounded by stunning countryside and National Trust properties, making them an excellent spot for a weekend break or longer holiday. 

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