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Welcome to Rennie Rose Guest House

Address: 200 Far Laund, Belper, DE56 1FP

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Just a 3-minute drive from the centre of Belper, Rennie Rose Guest House offers large, luxurious en suite rooms and freshly cooked breakfasts. With rooms accommodating up to 5 guests, the house has free Wi-Fi and free car parking. Each room has an en suite or private bathroom with luxury shower and complementary toiletries. All have plenty of storage space. There is a flat-screen TV with DVD player, and tea and coffee facilities with hot chocolate, Yorkshire tea and Gold Blend coffee. A full English breakfast is cooked to order each morning, using locally sourced ingredients. A continental choice is also available. Belper lies around 11 miles from the Peak District, and the Derbyshire town of Matlock. Derby is 20 minutes to the south, with Nottingham around 35 minutes’ drive.

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Horsley Lodge Golf Club - Horsley - Golf

Horsley Lodge Golf Club - Horsley - Golf

Distance 3.17 miles (5.07 km)
Horsley Lodge Golf Course was re-designed in 1999 by Britains Walker Cup captain and former World Champion, Peter McEvoy. It was the first USGA specification 18 hole course in The Midlands and is quite spectacular. Expertly moulded into 168 acres of wonderful Derbyshire countryside, this remains a thinking course where a variety of shot making skills are necessary to arrive at the green, where subtle undulations provide the golfer with a further challenge. McEvoys design skills have made it a wonderful golfing experience.

Wirksworth Heritage Centre - Wirksworth - Exhibition

Wirksworth Heritage Centre - Wirksworth - Exhibition

Distance 5.54 miles (8.86 km)
The Heritage Centre aims to give to the casual visitor or serious researcher alike an understanding of the life of a small town from its inception to the present times. It is strategically placed at the end of the Crown Yard which opens out onto the present market place and occupies a building which was once a mill for the production of silk and velvet textiles. The small market town of Wirksworth nestles in the hills to the southern end of the Pennines. The hills to the west are composed of limestone and those to the east are sandstone known locally as millstone grit. These have provided the industry for the town for many years, initially that of lead mining in the limestone and finally the quarrying of both the gritstone and the limestone. To preserve the town's history and present it to interested visitors the local Wirksworth Civic Society set up the Heritage Centre with the aim of providing an interesting presentation in the form of a story of Wirksworth.