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The Boundary
Lea Vale
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South Normanton
Derbyshire

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The Boundary, Alfreton is a traditional pub with separate hotel accommodation of 13 high quality rooms. The bar serves a range of quality beers and wine and an extensive pub menu offering hot food all day. We also offer a full schedule of entertainment, from speed dating to live music, in our large function room.

Located conveniently within five minutes of Junction 28 of the motorway and 13 miles from Derby city centre, the Boundary is the perfect stopping place for the business traveller looking for a comfortable hotel room with the convenience of a pub next door. We are situated in the middle of the beautiful Peak District and offer a convenient base for our leisure customers with a range of rooms including family rooms.

We have a large function room and can cater for events from conferences and meetings to weddings in our Meridian Suite with a capacity of up to 130 people.

Rooms start from just 49.95, which includes our fantastic free breakfast.

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