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Thornhill Lodge Guest bHouse
Bed and Breakfast: 4685 Peak District National Park

Pets Allowed:   Yes
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   No
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    Thornhill Lodge is a charming guest house with a friendly atmosphere. The elegant late 19th century house offers business and leisure guests a peaceful and relaxing stay. It lies approximately one mile from Derby city centre in a quiet residential area.

    An extensive refurbishment programme has recently been completed and now provides nine spacious rooms, individually styled to a high standard. The newly fitted luxury en-suite bathrooms are equipped with quality bathrobes, towels and toiletries. All rooms have a colour television, DVD/CD player, radio alarm clocks hair dryers and tea and coffee making facilities. High speed internet access is available.

    Choose from a hearty Derbyshire breakfast made with fresh local produce where possible, or a lighter continental breakfast, served in our sunny breakfast room. We are pleased to try to meet any special dietary requirements.

    One of the special features of Thornhill Lodge is our fully equipped kitchen exclusively for guests use. If you have had a tiring day, you may enjoy a cosy evening in. You can cook yourself a meal (large supermarket five minutes walk), and curl up with a good book or film from the DVD library.

    There is a choice of pubs and restaurants just a few minutes walk away. Easy access to public transport also means you can leave your car in the private car park and head into the city for a wide choice of restaurants, cinemas or theatres.

    Thornhill Lodge is conveniently placed for easy access to major routes; M1, A38 and A50. We are ideally situated for visiting Royal Crown Derby and Denby Potteries. There are many historic houses nearby such as Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey and Chatsworth House. England's first public park, Derby Arboretum, is in the vicinity. For visitors interested in literary greats the homes of Lord Byron, DH Lawrence and Dr Johnson are all a short drive away.

    Derbyshire Peak District is easily accessible for an energetic hike, gentle ramble or leisurely drive in beautiful countryside. For excitement try Donington Race Circuit and the Grand Prix Collection, or have a great day out at Alton Towers theme park.

    A warm welcome awaits you at this friendly non-smoking guest house.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Double ensuite
    Double ensuite
    Twin ensuite
    Twin ensuite
    Triple ensuite
    Triple ensuite
    Guest Kitchen
    Guest Kitchen

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Single ensuite room: £39.00 including breakfast.
    Twin ensuite room: £68.00 including breakfast.
    Double ensuite room: £68.00 including breakfast.
    Triple ensuite room: £94.00 including breakfast.

    All Year.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. By prior arrangement
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are not catered for. Customers requirements
    Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.

    Guest Book

    Heading Southbound on M1:
    Exit junction 28 and take the A38 to Derby
    Next, take exit signposted Littleover/Ring road (A5111)
    Turn left at traffic lights taking A516 for City Centre
    Take 1st left onto Albany Road and 2nd right onto Thornhill Road.

    Heading Northbound on M1:
    Exit junction 24 and take the A50 to Derby
    Next, exit junction 4 for A38 (Derby North)
    Exit at ring road, A5111
    Turn left at traffic lights taking A516 for City Centre
    Take 1st left onto Albany Road and 2nd right onto Thornhill Road.

    From Derby City Centre:
    Take A516, Uttoxeter Road
    After traffic lights at the Rowditch Inn (on right), road becomes a dual carriageway, take right hand lane
    Take 1st right onto Trowells Lane (ignore dead end sign) and 2nd left onto Thornhill Road.

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