Chesterfield hotels put you in Britain's heart
Chesterfield is a market town located in Derbyshire, England, 39 km from the city of Derby and 18 km from Sheffield. The town lies on the confluence of the Rother and Hipper rivers. Chesterfield's history dates back to its Roman occupation, with ruins of an ancient fort and Roman road found on the outskirts. There are several hotels in Chesterfield city centre, interspersed with attractive historic buildings, dating back to the 14th century.
What is there to do after business hours in Chesterfield?
Visit The Pavements, a shopping centre dubbed 'The Precinct' by locals, which offers a range of shops with convenient parking close by. You could also enjoy an evening’s entertainment at the Pomegranate Theatre. The venue is housed in a listed Victorian building and offers a variety of shows all year round. Lombardi's Ristorante Italiano is recommended for an evening meal, while Tokuda offers sushi and other Japanese dishes, ideal for a relaxing lunch. If your hotel does not offer a gym, the Healthy Living Centre in Staveley offers a fitness centre.
What is on offer in the way of business facilities and services in Chesterfield?
If you're planning a conference or other event, The Winding Wheel has a multi-purpose venue, ideal for exhibitions, product launches and meetings. The Dunston Innovation Centre offers virtual offices and venues for meetings and seminars. Chesterfield is conveniently situated close to the East Midlands Airport (EMA), 61 km from the city centre, and the Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (DSA), 69 km from town.
What locations are of interest during my stay at a hotel in Chesterfield?
From your hotel in Chesterfield, visit the Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery, located in the Stephenson Memorial Hall. The museum features exhibitions on the history of the town from its beginnings as a Roman fort, through to modern day. Tour Hardwick Hall, an Elizabethan country house on the outskirts of Chesterfield, containing a collection of embroideries, tapestries and furniture dating back to the 16th century. Spend some time in the great outdoors at the Chesterfield Canal, enjoying a boat tour. You could also take a trip to Tapton House, once home to the engineer George Stephenson (who built the first public inter-city railway line for steam locomotives), for a stroll around the beautiful Tapton Gardens. The building itself is now part of the Chesterfield College Higher Education Campus.