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Cromford b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Cromford in Derbyshire

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Visit Cromford and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Cromford, Derbyshire, is where the first rumblings of the Industrial Revolution were heard. In this sturdy-looking, stone-built village south of The Matlocks, in 1771, Sir Richard Arkwright built the first mechanized textile factory in the world, equipping it with the cotton-spinning machinery he had recently invented. The original mill still stands by the road, dour, forbidding, intended to be stout enough to withstand any attacks by the frightened weavers, bent on smashing Arkwright's machines. Two more of Arkwright's important buildings still stand in Cromford: the Church of St Mary and Willersley Castle. Many of the old cottages are those he built for his work people.

Not far from Cromford are the famous Black Rocks, a rugged mass of gritstone on the hills on the Wirks Worth road. The rocks are about 80 ft high and erosion has left them with a face which makes particular appeal to rock-climbers from all parts of the country. They also offer a fine viewing point, the panorama stretching across the valley in which The Matlocks lie to Riber Castle on its peak.

Also from Cromford runs a beautiful stretch of road with a Latin name. But the Via Gellia owes nothing to the Romans; it was constructed during. the 19th century by Philip Gell of Hopton Hall, Wirksworth, along a wooded ravine between Cromford and Grangemill It is particularly colourful in bluebell time and is famous for its lilies of the valley.

Nearby towns: Ashbourne, Matlock, Wirksworth

Nearby villages: Ambergate, Birchover, Crich, Middleton, Two Dales

Have you decided to visit Cromford or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:

  • a Cromford bed and breakfast (a Cromford B&B or Cromford b and b)
  • a Cromford guesthouse
  • a Cromford hotel (or motel)
  • a Cromford self-catering establishment, or
  • other Cromford accommodation

Accommodation in Cromford:

Find availability in a Cromford bed and breakfast, also known as B&B or b and b, guesthouse, small hotel, self-catering or other accommodation.

Yew Tree Cottage
Yew Tree Cottage Gold Award winning B&B in Tansley, Matlock 1 mile, an 18th century historic cottage, is ideally located for walking in the Peak District, Derbyshire Dales, Chatsworth House, Haddon & The Cable Cars. Visit our website to appreciate the level of service, comfort and extras provided in extremely comfortable, well appointed and beautifully furnished rooms with stunning viws.

Sheriff Lodge
A former Edwardian Gentlemen's Residence in the Heart of the Derbyshire Dales - Sheriff Lodge has beds that are seven feet long and breakfasts that cater for every need - coeliac, diabetic, vegetarian, vegan (and carnivore). Visit our website to learn more and even book online.

Ellen House
Ellen House is an award winning b&b in a quiet location on the outskirts of Matlock, yet within easy walking distance of the town centre and bus and railway stations. You can expect to be pampered and have an unforgettable stay. We cater for vegetarian and vegan diets. Enjoy our little extras such as our home made biscuits. A light snack for late comers can be arranged

Fernlea
Fernlea is situated within 2 minutes walking distance to the town centre. 5 minutes walk will get you to the rail station. We are located in a quiet cul-de-sac with unrestricted parking. Our double room has Sky TV, comfortable double bed, power shower en-suite and tea + coffee making facility.

Cedar House
Cedar House is situated on the banks of the River Derwent and overlooks the beautiful Hall Leys Park in the centre of Matlock . The Peak National Park is on our doorstep with every thinkable outdoor activity and tourist attraction at your fingertips. For our business visitors, we are just off the A6. We are 5 minute's walk from the train and bus station.

Rosegarth
Rosegarth Bed & Breakfast is a charming stone built detached cottage in the heart of the Derbyshire Dale close to the Peak District. Situated in walking distance of Matlock Town centre, the bus, train station and all it's amenities. It is an ideal base for walking, cycling and discovering the beauty of the Derbyshire Peaks and Dales. Walkers and cyclists are welcome.

Chesterfield House
Chesterfield House bed and breakfast is situated in Two Dales near to Matlock and Bakewell. It is ideally located for those wishing to explore the Peak District and the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. Buxton is a short drive away. Facilities include a small fridge and wine glasses in each room for those wishing to relax and enjoy a drink.

Castle Green Guest House
Quality accommodation set in its own private grounds with ample car parking. ground floor premier room super kingsize bed,luxurious walk in wetroom suitable for less mobile guests. 1st floor single double & twin rooms family suite with double B/room and inner room full size bunk beds sleeps 4 all are en-suite with 32" freesat flat screen TV safe hairdryer Tea/coffee. Patio Lge carpark