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The Spotted Cow is set in Belper and has a restaurant, a bar and a garden. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Spacious room. Comfortable and clean. Lovely view and everyone in the pub was very friendly. Breakfast was not officially included but milk in fridge and cereal really appreciated.
Bulls Head in Belper provides adults-only accommodation with a restaurant, a bar and a garden. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Breakfast amazing, bed extra comfy, towels soft and fluffy, heated towel rail, nice warm bathroom, lovely large room with excellent views, very friendly and welcoming staff, evening meals all amazing, very good chef.
Situated in Belper in the Derbyshire region, Mill View Cottage, Belper features a garden. The accommodation is 23 km from Chesterfield. Particularly liked the fact that my dog had an enclosed space to be able to sit outside in the sun. The cottage, in general was perfect for us. It had everything we needed and had a cosy feel about it. I really liked the fact that it was an old building which meant it had lots of character.
I used as a base for the southern part of Peak District. Some things like Cromford canal / mills / C&HP trail were close, but I also went to Monsal trail, Churnet Valley, Hardwick Hall, Calke Abbey etc.; Belper itself was just a place I drove through although had time allowed, the weather been different, non COVID times then actually would have investigated more.
We love Belper.... it has a special relaxed atmosphere that we adore. There are numerous independent shops and places to eat and drink. What we really enjoy is the range of styles of architecture and the excellent condition in which they are kept. A special mention should go to the excellent Memorial gardens which are spotlessly maintained and contain the best memorial statue we have ever seen. We will return.
I spent my first year teaching in Belper in 1971/2 when it was a typical small grubby industrial town (sorry, Belper). I returned for the first time last year - what a change (although I was pleased to see that Stones' Garage was still there - they looked after the welfare of my first car back when I lived in Belper)!! A lot of the industrial side of the town is gone but the locals seem to have "spat on their hands and taken fresh hold" as my Derbyshire uncle used to say. They haven't let the town slide into decay as many small industrial towns have done in the last few years. There are a number of very nice cafes in the town (my favourite is "The Perfect Cuppa" - the best cup of tea I've had in a cafe in a long time!). Shop-keepers are pleasant and helpful and the town seems to be thriving. Keep up the good work, Belper citizens. The sad thing is that they don't seem to have been able to do anything constructive with The North Mill. Keep it up, Belper!
Advertised as an historic town but we felt that it all looked quite jaded and run down. Very little to see of interest. The river gardens were well kept but soon explored. Pleased that we only spent a few hours here.
Was wonderfully suprised by Belper, such a pretty picturesque town id have loved to stay in longer. Nice to see streets on hilly areas. Had a wonderful walk alongside the river and got to tell the family back home it was 32degrees
Belper is a lovely historic industrial town that dates back to the Doomsday book. It is now a vibrant thriving town full of high street shops, chic bisto cafes and tea rooms as well as beautiful gardens and offers easy access to the Peak District for walking and rambling. I can heartily recommend the Beaurepaire tearooms.
Location with in town, nearby shops and good size rooms