Matlock Accommodation

Matlock Accommodation, Pubs and Restaurants

RambleFest lists details of Matlock accommodation, including contact info, and website and location links.
Matlock is on the Matlock Spur of the Limestone Way, 2¼ miles off the main route. Matlock map

See also our Matlock Pubs and Bars and Public Transport pages

Matlock Accommodation

We have allocated each accommodation a type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, etc.

Ellen House Bed & Breakfast
37 Snitterton Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3LZ
Tel: 01629 55584
Ellen House website
Map Location
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: Just yards off the Limestone Way
“Our elegant Edwardian house is furnished with great attention to detail to ensure that extra degree of comfort. There’s also an attractive terraced garden with views of the town and countryside for your use.
Our delicious breakfast is sure to set you up for the day. You can choose from a full English, Continental breakfast (with cheeses, ham and home made muffins) or, our speciality, vegetarian/vegan breakfast. We’ll provide you with an extensive choice from a menu consisting of appetizing and freshly cooked dishes.
We can provide, given sufficient notice, packed lunches for bikers and hikers.”

The Old Sunday School
New Street, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3FH
Tel: 01629 583347
Map Location
Type: Bed & Breakfast accommodation
Info: ½ mile off the Limestone Way

The Red Lion
Matlock Green, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3BT
Tel: 01629 584888
Red Lion website
Map Location
Type: Inn accommodation
Info: Just yards off the Limestone Way
“All of our bedrooms are beautifully furnished, immaculately cleaned and super comfy.
There are certain things to ask for when staying away..clean, crisp linen is one of them. Your own private bathroom is another. Definitely a place to eat and drink (alcohol please), and a mega breakfast.
Why stay at the Red Lion?
We are literally 5 minutes walk from the town centre. We have a good range of drinks and food in the lounge or restaurant.
Guests always comment on how relaxing it is here and how friendly the staff and locals are. Want to find out for yourself?
Finding the best place to eat out in Matlock doesn’t have to be a task. The Red Lion buys its meats from the best butcher in the area, veggies from the top supplier in town. These all go into our home made dishes when you eat at the Red Lion in Matlock.
Come and have a drink at the Red Lion in Matlock Green and visit the home of the Moot Oak brewing company.”

Riverbank House
Derwent Avenue, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3LX
Tel: 01629 582593
Riverbank House website
Map Location
Type: Guest House accommodation
Info: Just off the Limestone Way
“Our Matlock accommodation provides the choice of 12 comfortable and well-appointed bedrooms, each with its own special character. All have en-suite shower facilities, one with a bath and shower. Each room is equipped with colour TV and all you need to make a nice cup of tea or coffee.
Our Matlock bed and breakfast accommodation is ideally placed for walkers, cyclists and potholers. Whether you’re athletic or not, we’ll set you up for the day with our hearty breakfasts, using local produce, be it full English or continental. All tastes can be catered for including vegetarian, celiac, vegan, just ask, and we’ll oblige.”

Sheriff Lodge
51 Dimple Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3JX
Tel: 01629 760760
Sheriff Lodge website
Map Location
Type: Guest House accommodation
Info: ¼ mile off the Limestone Way
“All five en-suite rooms have been redecorated this year for a fresh, uplifting yet peaceful feel with lots of extras to make your stay more comfortable i.e. ‘Things You May Have Forgotten Box’, seven-foot beds, extra blankets, extra pillows, fresh flowers, sweeties as well as more than you would expect on the hospitality tray.
The breakfast here at Sheriff Lodge is something to be reckoned with and will set you up for a day of fresh air and activity. Now a restaurant style menu, order exactly what you’d like – from a croissant to a full Derbyshire breakfast, which includes local free-range eggs, Derbyshire oatcakes and fresh, homemade bread, as well as locally produced sausages and bacon. Local provenance is important here at Sheriff Lodge.
In addition, you may feel free to relax in the spacious surroundings of our Drawing Room. Here you will find daily newspapers, books and music to help you relax whilst you are at Sheriff Lodge.”

The Sycamore Inn
9 Sycamore Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3HZ
Tel: 01629 584882
Sycamore Inn website
Map Location
Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: ¾ mile off the Limestone Way; real ale – pub is Cask Marque accredited.

Duke Of Wellington
115 Wellington Street, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3GX
Tel: 01629 582299
Duke Of Wellington website
Map Location
Type: Inn accommodation
Info: 1 mile off the Limestone Way; food served
“This beautiful 19th Century former ‘Drovers Inn’ and ‘working farm’ now finds itself a cosy, traditional country inn set amongst two beautifully large beer gardens. Built in 1866 the ‘Duke’ has all the character and charm of a traditional country inn, built in Derbyshire limestone with slate roofs, roaring log fires and extensive gardens, our pub is well worth a visit.”


Duke William
91 Church Street, Matlock, DE4 3BZ
Tel: 01629 583111
Duke William website
Map Location
Type: Pub and Camping Site
Info: ¾ mile off the Limestone Way.
“The Duke William has just been taken over by Janet and Phill Harris in April 2018. At the moment they are doing some work to make it a family and paw friendly environment they hope you will all feel at home in. Also they will be offering camping facility’s to tents, caravans and motor homes in a central part of Matlock in the Derbyshire Dales with close by walks to Cromford mills, Matlock Bath, High Tor and many others.
We look forward to seeing you soon!”

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