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Tel code: 01283 | code search
Postcode: DE65 | code search
Population: 2500
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The village of Etwall in Derbyshire lies about six miles west of Derby on the road leading to Uttoxeter and has been a settlement since the time of the Domesday Book, the village is believed to have been named after the Saxon king Eata. Throughout its history it was simply a small rural village but then in the mid 20th century the population trebled as a result of the post war boom in housing. The village is dominated by St Helens Church, despite a period of “restoration” in the early 18th century the church today does retain some of its early architectural features. Immediately adjacent to the church are The Almshouses, built in the 16th century and replaced in the 17th century by the stone buildings that are here today. Etwall is also famous as being the home of Sir John Port who founded Repton school in the16th century. The village centre consists of many 18th and 19th century buildings which offer the local resident a range of local shops. Etwall has developed significantly in order to meet the demands of its residents and today there are a range of local amenities for its residents.

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Blenheim House Hotel (1.45 miles)

Blenheim House Hotel
The Blenheim House has nine en-suite bedrooms from the classic rooms in the courtyard to the two feature suites. The Samuel Sleigh Suite has a king size four poster with original oak beams, and the ... More | visit website
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Tudor Rose Guest House (1.73 miles)

Tudor Rose Guest House
Welcome to Tudor Rose Bed and Breakfast. We are situated in Hilton which is close to the historic village of Tutbury and near Burton on Trent and Derby. We offer first class luxurious accommodation. In ... More | visit website
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Hilton House hotel (1.91 miles)

Hilton House hotel

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Hilton House Hotel is a Georgian period family home converted to hotel use in the 70's and gradually adapted and modernised within over time. The hotel was bought by new ... More

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Menzies Mickleover Court Hotel (2.39 miles)

Menzies Mickleover Court Hotel

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At Mickleover Court, you can enjoy comfortable beds, superb cuisine, first-class leisure facilities and a warm welcome from friendly staff. The stylish Mickleover Court hotel is near Derby, with easy access to ... More

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Dovecliff Hall Hotel (2.96 miles)

Dovecliff Hall Hotel

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Grade 2 listed Georgian House built in 1790 7 acres of gardens with views of the river Dove and weir.The magnificent air-conditioned restaurant and ... More

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Brookhouse Hotel (3.29 miles)

Brookhouse Hotel

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Set in a beautiful country garden, this distinctive hotel offers excellent food and good quality beds, and is convenient for East Midlands and Birmingham airports. North of Burton-On-Trent, just off the A38/A50, ... More

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The Black Cow (3.32 miles)

The Black Cow
A 200 year old traditional English country pub offering en - suite accomodation. All rooms have free wi-fi , tea and coffee facilities , ironing facilities , flat screen freeview tv , radio, secure boot ... More | visit website
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Mackworth Hotel (3.74 miles)

Mackworth Hotel

The Mackworth Hotel is a converted 18th Century farmhouse with views over the Peak District, delightfully situated on the edge of the medieval village of Mackworth, near Derby. Hotel accommodation comes in the shape of ... More | visit website

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The Boot Inn (3.85 miles)

The Boot Inn
The Boot Inn is located in the historic village of Repton and dates back to 1649 when it was a coaching inn. The original owner was also known for making boots and hence the name. ... More | visit website
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Dog & Partridge (4.00 miles)

Dog & Partridge

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Situated in the heart of Tutbury, this splendid 14th century building, steeped in history and full of character, boasts traditional open log fires and oak beams. Just a stone’s throw away from ... More

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