The New Bath Hotel is a magnificent 18th century property built in 1802 and set within 5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. Situated in Matlock Bath village, The New Bath Hotel is on the border of the Peak District National Park and overlooks the breathtaking Derwent Gorge.
Bedrooms & Suites
The New Bath Hotel has 55 en-suite and well appointed hotel rooms including 2 romantic four poster bedrooms, canopied half tester rooms as well as Single, Double and Twin bedrooms.
The Lamp and Seam brasserie is a popuylar restaurant which offers a fantastic variety of mouth-watering contemporary British cuisine. Guests can enjoy a formal dinner or enjoy relaxed pub food at the Spinners Bar.
Conference & Wedding Venue
The New Bath Hotel is ideally suited as the venue for all kinds of events. The first class conference rooms and banqueting facilities cater for wedding receptions and a variety of private and corporate events.
Health & Leisure
The New Bath Hotel has first class leisure facilities including an 18th century spa with natural mineral springs from the ground, Olympic sized outdoor swimming pool which is open from May until October and an indoor heated plunge pool, both fed by natural thermal springs. The New Bath Hotel also has a sauna and a tennis court.
The New Bath Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the Spa Town of Matlock Bath and the Peak District National Park. Other popular tourist attractions include the Heights of Abraham and the country houses of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall.
If theme parks are your thing, Gulliver's Kingdom is only a short drive away whilst Alton Towers is just a 40 minute drive. Hotel New Bath benefits from good transport links to near-by Derby, Nottingham, Sheffield and the M1 motorway, and if you trams are an interest you can ride on many working trams at the National Tramway Museum.
Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath
One of the Peak District's oldest and most popular days out, The Heights of Abraham first opening its gates to visitors in 1780. In those days visitors reached Masson Hill on foot, scaling the steep slopes. Nowadays the famous Cable Car system is used which was introduced in 1984 - the first of its kind in the whole of the British Isles. With heights at almost a thousand feet there are stunning views of the Derwent Valley and beyond to Matlock and the Peak District. Enjoy these views in the comfort and safety of a cable car, but this is not all The Heights of Abraham has to offer.
Gulliver's Kingdom, Matlock Bath
Gulliver's Kingdom is a family theme park located in Matlock Bath and was opened in 1978 making it the oldest of the three Gulliver's Theme Parks. Nestled in a stunning hillside location with amazing scenery and views, Gulliver's Kingdom includes 6 separate zones with a variety of rides and attractions designed for children between the age of two and thirteen. All rides and attractions are designed to offer fun and excitement for the whole family and from the moment you visit Gulliver's you enter a world of wonder and fantasy where your imagination can roam free.
Chatsworth House and Gardens is one of Britain's best loved historic houses and estates and is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. Set in the magnificent landscape of the Peak District National Park is the house, garden, farmyard, adventure playground, gift shops and a restaurant, offering something for everyone to enjoy.
There are famous works of art, spectacular waterworks in the famous garden, the adventure playground has special activities throughout the season and the best shopping, food and drink to complete your visit. The 1000 acre park is open all year round where you can enjoy miles of free walks. It is no wonder that Chatsworth has a long tradition of welcoming locals and tourists from around the world.