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Temple Hotel

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. Accommodation All fourteen well-appointed bedrooms are fully en-suite, with bath and shower facilities and equipped with a television, clock-radio, hair-dryer, hot drink facilities and direct dial telephone. Most rooms have valley views. Public Bar The CAMRA acclaimed Chatsworth Bar with its ''old world'' atmosphere, real ale and open fire is an ideal place to relax and choose from a great selection of homemade dishes in the evening. History The hotel dates back to the 1780''s and will have had numerous distinguished people 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.

Temple Walk
Matlock
Derbyshire
DE4 3PG
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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. Accommodation All fourteen well-appointed bedrooms are fully en-suite, with bath and shower facilities and equipped with a television, clock-radio, hair-dryer, hot drink facilities and direct dial telephone. Most rooms have valley views. Public Bar The CAMRA acclaimed Chatsworth Bar with its ''old world'' atmosphere, real ale and open fire is an ideal place to relax and choose from a great selection of homemade dishes in the evening. History The hotel dates back to the 1780''s and will have had numerous distinguished people 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.