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Welcome to The White Hart Inn

Address: The White Hart Inn, Inns Lane, Moorwoodmoor, Alfreton, DE55 7NU

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Around 8 miles from the Peak District, The White Hart Inn provides high-quality accommodation in the Derbyshire countryside. Its characterful bar and restaurant retains oak beams and stone walls, and The White Hart provides free Wi-Fi and parking. The inn maintains original features and combines cosy log fires with modern touches. Rooms include a TV, air conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities and a bathroom with a hairdryer. Full English breakfast is cooked to order, using locally sourced products. There is a continental selection with pastries, muffins, fresh fruit and juices. The restaurant serves a range of rustic dishes and pub classics, and a children’s menu. The bar offers real ales and provides regular live entertainment. Located in Moorwoodmoor, the inn is 6 miles from Matlock, and around 17 miles from Derby. Nottingham is around 35 minutes’ drive from this inn. There is easy access to the M1 Motorway. Nearby attractions include Alton Towers and the Peak District National Park.

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Arkwrights Cromford Mill - Derbyshire - Landmark

Arkwrights Cromford Mill - Derbyshire - Landmark

Distance 4.1 miles (6.57 km)
Richard Arkwright and his partners established a mill in Cromford in 1771 and without delay set about perfecting the machinery and production methods for water - powered cotton spinning. The first mill was modest in size, but in 1776 a second and very much larger mill was established using the same water supply. Soon after, the mill site expanded again and massive engineering work was undertaken, to create the system of ponds and underground culverts which maintained Arkwright's increasing need for water to drive his machinery. Cromford mill is now a world heritage site. Restoration of the old mill has been carried out by the Arkwright society which purchased the site in 1979.

Gullivers Kingdom Matlock Bath - Theme Park

Gullivers Kingdom Matlock Bath - Theme Park

Distance 4.74 miles (7.58 km)
From the moment you enter Gulliver's you enter another world where your imagination can roam free. Gulliver's Matlock Bath is nestled in a stunning hillside location where much of the magic comes from the amazing scenery and views. You can get away from it all and enter a world of wonder and fantasy, where anything is possible and your imagination is inspired. From the Alpine joys of Little Switzerland and the escape from reality on Fantasy Terrace to high noon in Western World. Enjoy all the magic of Lilliput Land and then step back in time to Palais Royale. Way back in Victorian times Matlock Bath was home to a coaster and as part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations, Gulliver's at Matlock Bath has installed it's biggest ever coaster.

Wirksworth Heritage Centre - Wirksworth - Exhibition

Wirksworth Heritage Centre - Wirksworth - Exhibition

Distance 4.99 miles (7.98 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.