Bonsall Accommodation & Other Services
RambleFest lists details of Bonsall accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
Bonsall is ½ mile off the Limestone Way. Bonsall Map
Bonsall is only about half a mile off the Limestone Way on the Matlock Spur, so many who do not plan to take the spur will consider this for a midday or evening break.
We have allocated each Bonsall accommodation a type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, etc.
Clatterway, Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2AH
Tel: 01629 822813
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation and Gardens
Info: 1 mile off the Limestone Way main route, south-east of Bonsall
“The B&B is elegant and distinctive. It is a charming Victorian House a wealth of special features including Asian art from the owners travels. You can also enjoy the beautiful 4 acre garden, every season brings new surprises with hosts of snowdrops, hellebores, daffodils and unusual flowers, trees and shrubs.
Cascades House has three spacious double suites. Each suite is tastefully decorated to a unique theme and feature large separate bathrooms. The India Suite features authentic Indian art, the Tibet Suite contains paintings and photographs from Tibet, and the Garden Suite has a luxury spa bath for two! All suites are ideal for visiting local attractions and walks in the Peak District as well as for time away with a loved one to celebrate a special occasion such as a Wedding Anniversary, Birthday or even Valentines Day.”
Pig of Lead
Via Gellia Road, Bonsall, Derbyshire, DE4 2AJ
Tel: 01629 820040
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: 1 mile off the Limestone Way
70 High Street, Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2AR
Tel: 01629 823762
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: Just off the Limestone Way at Bonsall
“At first appearance Bonsall, near Matlock, is a small quiet village, and indeed at night your sleep will be disturbed by nothing more than the hoot of an owl or lowing of a cow. In the daytime however you will find a huge range of activities with lots of walking paths following the old lead mining routes. Wonderful cycling along the trails and visits to the local attractions of Cromford Mills, The Heights of Abraham, Gullivers Kingdom The Tramway Museum at Crich and the magnificent houses of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Kedleston to name a few. The great thing is that nothing is very far away.
We have 2 great pubs in the village offering food and often music and other entertainment. There is also a wonderful cafe with a small deli – perfect for picking up a bottle of wine, lunch or the morning papers.
We have five individually decorated comfortable bedrooms which are all en-suite, with tea and coffee making facilities, digital free view LCD TV and hairdryer. There is one ground floor room that can either be a king-size double or twin bedded. There are some facilities in this room for disabled guests (please speak to us for details).”
Cooked breakast on Aga. Vegetarian option.
Barley Mow Inn
The Dale, Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2AY
Tel: 01629 825685
Info: ¼ mile off the Limestone Way; real ale; food served
“Welcome to our wonderful little pub….the Barley Mow at Bonsall. The pub is over 200 years old, and is steeped in history and has many interesting stories to tell! Currently, it sees and sells itself as a small, quirky, boutique and fairly bohemian pub, with a great and well earned reputation for several things. A well kept and interesting range of real ales and cask ciders, generous portions of home-cooked and locally sourced food, an interesting, varied, friendly and welcoming gang of regulars, poetry nights, open mic nights, Film Night, French speaking club, Vinyl Nights, Jazz Nights, and the most amazing free and live music and entertainment. This is topped off with the kind of incredible atmosphere money simply cannot buy.”
62 Yeoman Street, Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2AA
Tel: 01629 822703
Info: Just off the Limestone Way at Bonsall; food served; real ale
“The Kings Head is at the heart of the picturesque Derbyshire Dales Village of Bonsall.
Built in 1649, the year that Charles 1 was be-headed, John Abel was the first owner of pub and the family ran it for a total of 100 years. Anthony and John Abel are reputed to be two of the ghosts that haunt the Pub!
Outside to the front of the pub is the Old Cross of Bonsall standing on 13 circular stone steps and to the rear is a beautiful patio with fantastic hanging baskets in the Spring and Summer.
The King’s Head is a quintessential old English pub and the Landlords Kathy and Charlie and the Team offer a warm welcome, excellent Ales and good, genuine, homemade food.”
Beer in the Evening page for Bonsall
Matlock Rail Station is located in
Station Yard, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NA
Bus Services at Matlock Rail Station connect to many places on the Limestone Way: Ashbourne, Bonsall, Brassington, Elton, Parwich, Taddington and Winster
Matlock Bath Rail Station is located in
Dale Road, Matlock Bath, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5JA
Bus Services at Matlock Bath Rail Station connect to many Peak District places, including some on the Limestone Way: Bonsall, Brassington, Matlock
Other bus services:
The following is a good circular walk starting and finishing at Bonsall: