This historic Georgian Grade II listed hotel offers spectacular views over Matlock Bath and the Derwent Valley. The hotel is centrally located for many local attractions and is close to the Peak District National Park. All thirteen well-appointed bedrooms are en-suite and most rooms have valley views.
Good quality locally sourced food and real ale are served in the lounge bar. The hotel is listed in the 2008 Good Beer Guide and won CAMRA pub of the year 2009 for the Matlock and Dales District. Outside seating offers panoramic views of Matlock Bath. The hotel is non-smoking throughout.
The hotel dates back to the 1780's and will have had numerous distinguished guests cross its threshold, including Lord Byron, who was so moved by his visit to Matlock Bath that he was inspired to etch a poem on the restaurant window. Queen Victoria visited when still a young princess and signed the same pane.
£65 - £112 based on 1 night
Standard Double Room Â£92 per room, per night (prpn) Superior Double Room Â£112 prpn Twin Room Â£92 prpn Single Room Â£55 prpn Single Occupancy of rooms Â£65 prpn (exc. Superior double)
The Temple Hotel is open all year excluding Christmas and New Year.
Temple Hotel features the following on-site facilities:
If the facility you require is not in the above list, then for more details, please get in touch with Temple Hotel directly.