Premier Inn, Matlock, exterior day

"We are excited to be up and running after seeking a site in the town for a long time. With the hotel now open, we're keen to see the benefits of our investment, jobs creation and the regeneration of this site realised in Matlock."

Matt Gent, Project & Programme Manager, Whitbread

Bringing visitors and creating jobs

Located at the at the south eastern edge of the Peak District, the new Premier Inn hotel in Matlock is now open to customers following the completion of a £4 million development. Undertaken as a ‘JCT with Quants WCD’ contract, this project had a programme duration of 36 weeks.

"We are very proud to have played a key role in delivering this high-quality hotel at an important site in Matlock. The hotel will provide family-friendly accommodation in the town, bringing more visitors to the area, encouraging day trippers to stay and helping to create new jobs for local people."

Paul Turner, Regional Managing Director, Robertson Yorkshire & East Midlands

Premier Inn, Matlock, exterior night

The family-friendly hotel features 58 bedrooms, car-parking space and an on-site Thyme restaurant. Each of the hotel's bedrooms features a 40" flat screen TV, a bright, modern bathroom with a large showerhead and a Hypnos bed.

 

Premier Inn, Matlock, bedroom 1

 

Planning consent was granted in September 2014 by Derbyshire Dales District Council for the development on former derelict land in front of Arc on Bakewell Road after a unanimous decision by councillors. The hotel has been specially designed to complement the building style in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales.

 

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