Derwent House

Matlock , Derbyshire, Country town

Late availability from 27th January to 31st January (Short breaks are reduced by £130 )
Late availability from 7th February to 10th February (Short breaks are reduced by £130 )
Late availability from 14th February to 17th February (Short breaks are reduced by £130 )
Late availability from 14th February to 21st February (Week stay reduced by £150)
Late availability from 17th February to 21st February (Short breaks are reduced by £130 )
Late availability from 21st February to 28th February (Week stay reduced by £150)

Derwent House is an 18th Century Derbyshire town house offering self catering accommodation for large groups and is located in a quiet area of Matlock, next to Hall Leys Park and within walking distance of varied shops and restaurants. Matlock is in the historical County of Derbyshire and is is situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park, a former spa town lying alongside the River Derwent.

The house is an ideal base to explore the delights of the Peak District throughout the year and offers a ‘home from home’ experience for large groups to come to escape, relax and unwind in luxury surroundings. This large impressive House is ideal for family celebrations and offers the perfect Derbyshire large holiday house. This three storey 18th century building boasts oak beamed ceilings and has been lovingly refurbished, whilst maintaining the historical ambience of this Grade II listed property which offers 6 bedrooms and sleeps 12.

Awarded the Peak District Environmental Quality Mark, it reflects the owners commitment to protect and enhance the local area, working in partnership with trusted local businesses to offer on-site catering, beauty treatments and holistic therapies.