- Derwent Valley views
- Set on 2 acres of countryside
- Near to the A6
- Wi-Fi available
- Car parking
If you’re looking for a relaxing break in the Derbyshire countryside, then The Temple in Matlock Bath will provide the perfect stay. Most rooms boast fantastic views of the Derwent Valley, perfect to look out over on a sunny morning.
The Temple itself originates from the 1780s, and is located within 2 acres of countryside. Easily accessible, the Georgian lodging house is not far from the A6, and has had many reputable guests grace it with their presence. The most famous being Lord Byron and a very young Queen Victoria
Matlock Bath also boasts beautiful scenery, with limestone cliffs along the river. It is full of charm, and has an on-site bar, the Chatsworth Bar. The Temple has 13 guest rooms. The breakfast room, named the Byron Room, is where Lord Byron himself etched one of his famous poems on a pane of glass.
A cosy, comfortable environment, The Temple provides a great place to stop and enjoy a countryside break.