Matlock Bath (Derbyshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... along and all of the small unique shops the other side. So let's discuss shopping first. Matlock bath has sewing shops, souvenir shops and Antique shops on the main street. It won't take you long to walk down it maybe a couple of hours if you visit everything. 2 minutes away ou have Masson Mills which is like a huge Edinburgh woollen mill when you walk in. This is where we visited and it has crafts, models and all sorts there plus a huge cafe so is worth a visit. Let's do eating now. We had fish and chips of which as to be expected from a tourist hotspot there are a few to choose from. There are a lot of places I saw to eat but we di... more
Customer Matlock Bath (Derbyshire) Reviews (9)
by - written on 03/07/12 (Useful, 73 readings)
I visited Matlock bath this week and although I only spent a few hours there although travelling 2 to get there, I think it was well worth it. So Matlock bath is located in Derbyshire and nearby places are Matlock, Derby and Bakewell which are also all worth visiting. You arrive at Matlock bath and you immediately see a river on one side which you can walk along and all of the small unique shops the other side. So let's discuss shopping first. Matlock bath has sewing shops, souvenir shops and Antique shops on the main street. It won't take you long to walk down it maybe a couple of hours if you visit everything. 2 minutes away ou have Masson Mills which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 255 readings)
Matlock Bath is small village in Derbyshire that is very similar to a seaside resort. The only thing you won't find here that you would on the coast is the sea. It contains pubs, fish and chip shops, arcades, gift and sweet shops and a variety of bed and breakfast accommodation with a couple of hotels also available. It runs just under a mile in length which is basically a road with hillside mountain cliffs behind the buildings on one side and a river running down the other side of the road. This river is the river Derwent. It has several car parks and road side parking both in and just outside the village. The village has its ... Read the complete review
by Dennis - written on 29/09/09
Matlock Bath is physically one of the most interesting parts of the Peak District. Its popularity is deserved though this has led to down marketing it so that it is regarded as the Blackpool of the Peak. It is certainly not known for being a gourmet centre. However earlier in the year when passing through I decided to eat there. The brasserie I had previously visited was closed and the choice appeared between an exorbitantly priced meal or some fast food outlet. We happened upon THE COUNTY AND STATION HOTEL which was so unprepossessing from the outside, reminding us of the Temperance hotels of the past and were almost discouraged from entering by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Matlock Bath - A Great Day Out All Year Round! Where Is It? - Follow the A6 to the north of Belper and you can't miss it! Sat Nav worshippers should type in DE4 3NR to head straight for the heart of the town. Where can I Park? - Depends on what you're travelling on! Bikers park along the main strip (A6) on the weekends, making it tricky for car drivers to park up. However, if you head north out of town there is ample parking along the A6 or by the train station. What is There to See/Do?- As other reviewers have pointed out, there are many attractions in Matlock Bath (Heights of Abraham etc.), but most just seem to go and wander up & ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/05 (Useful, 318 readings)
I envy those who can write long reviews detailing where they went and what they did along with what are the things that can be of interest and so on. I am not that good a writer, but I believe in writing short reviews that exposes part of my experience to those who have no idea about the things that I am discussing. My review may not be self-sufficient. But I believe it is good to hear two persons comment "good" about something than to hear one person saying "VERY GOOD". That's why I am writing this review, otherwise I woudn't have even dared it. I went to Matlock this Summer. I went there with my relatives and my Mom who has come to visit ... Read the complete review
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