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Ringwood Hall Hotel

S43 1DQ

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Ringwood Hall Hotel is a splendid Georgian Grade 11 listed Manor House, AA 3* accredited at 85% for four years, one of the highest hotel awards in Derbyshire, South Yorkshire & The Peak District. Our 29 acres of award winning grounds are close to junctions 29 & 30 of the M1, and are minutes from Chesterfield train station and town centre.

Ringwood Hall Hotel has also won the prestigious 2008 & 2009 East Midlands in Bloom competitions in the Best Hotel Gardens category. This is great news for our bridal couples who can have their wedding photographs taken in the best hotel gardens in the East Midlands, which feature a unique garden Pavilion which is licensed for outdoor ceremonies.

Ringwood Hall Hotel is close to junctions 29 & 30 of the M1, and is minutes from Chesterfield train station and town centre. Seventy well appointed ensuite bedrooms are available, including four posters, high quality feature rooms plus 3 apartments in the grounds.

All overnight guests enjoy complimentary membership to the Health & Fitness Club with indoor pool, sauna, steamroom and air conditioned gymnasium.
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 85%
Number of Rooms: 64
Number Ensuite: 64
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Name: Coach house Dining Room
Cuisine: Traditional with European Flavours
Chef: Dean Mangnall

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