B and Bs in Matlock
In the Derbyshire Village of Lea, Lea Hall is the childhood home of Florence Nightingale.
The Hall has a grand entrance with impressive chandelier lit, portrait clad staircase leading to bedrooms over 2 floors. It is within walking distance to a cosy pub, tea rooms, restaurant and the famous John Smedley factory with its famous mill shop for luxury bargain sweaters.
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