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Holiday Inn Derby - Riverlights

Morledge

 

Derby

DE1 2AY 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 2pm

Check Out: 12pm

Check-in Age:18

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44 1332 412644

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Location Highlights
Downtown
City Name:
DERBY
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
West
Local
Closest Convention Center:
Derby Assembly Rooms
Distance from Hotel:
0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM
Convenience Store:
0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM West
Golf:
5 MI/ 8.05 KM North

Attractions

  • Alton Towers Resort
  • Intu Shopping Centre
  • Derby County Football Club
  • Peak District
  • Donington Park & Museum
  • Derbyshire Dales
  • Derbyshire Cricket Ground
  • University of Derby
  • Markeaton Park
  • Kedleston Hall
  • Calke Abbey
  • Matlock Bath
  • Chatsworth House
  • Darley Park & Abbey
  • Ashbourne
Must See

Must See

Discover the Derwent Valley Mills, only a short 20-minute drive from the hotel. Known as the birthplace of the factory, the site covers a 24km stretch of picturesque Derwent Valley. Explore the pioneering Cromford Mill, based on the original blueprint for factory industry. You can also walk the Cromford Canal, which will lead you past various warehouses, pump houses and the large Counting House.
Must Do

Must Do

It's a three-minute walk to Derby QUAD, a centre for independent art and film. Its unique steel and glass building houses two cinemas and a spacious art gallery as well as artists' studios. Watch the latest art-house release before admiring work from local and international painters in the exhibition space. Afterwards you can grab a coffee and slice of homemade cake in the contemporary café bar.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

It's only a 25-minute drive to Calke Abbey, a baroque mansion left alone to show a country estate in decline. Walk through the house's grounds to discover its 18th-century deer shelter, ancient woodland and the Old Man of Calke, a century-old oak tree. You'll find peeling wallpaper in the house's many untouched rooms alongside an elegant silk bed, and you can even explore the brewhouse tunnel.
Tips

Tips

Derby's Cathedral Quarter is a buzzing hub of independent shops, cafés and bars. Street food stalls line the streets, and you can watch local chefs give demonstrations at the Market Hall's Cook Stop. The pedestrianised streets add to the area's relaxed vibe and make it easier to hop between shops and bars. Join one of the quarter's guided tours to learn more about the area's lively history.