Rennie Rose Guest House lays on the outskirts of the picturesque mill town of Belper. We offer modern, spacious comfortable and welcoming accommodation with features inspired by the beautiful designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. When you book with Rennie Rose Guest House you will be sure to receive our utmost attention to detail in ensuring that your stay with us will be comfortable, relaxing and luxurious.
All our rooms offer unlimited tea and coffee making facilities with only the best quality products. There will be a welcome tray in your room stocked with Yorkshire Tea bags, Gold Blend instant coffee, Galaxy or Cadbury s instant hot chocolate, sugar, sweeteners, china cups, Buxton bottled water & glasses, a kettle and a jug for fresh milk that can be easily accessed at any time from the fridge in the breakfast room. There will also be a little home baked something to welcome you on your arrival, possibly scones, or maybe freshly baked cakes. A selection of fruit and herbal teas are available in the breakfast room to which you can help yourself, as well as decaffeinated coffee and tea. Our breakfast menu includes a full English made with sausages and bacon using home reared meats from our local butcher, a continental selection, fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, fresh juices, fresh bread and croissants. Feeling hungry, just have a little of everything to keep you going all day. If you have any special dietary requirements we are happy to discuss this and wherever possible we will provide for these. Testimonials from our guests have described Rennie Rose Guest House as a 5 accommodation with beautiful rooms, very comfy beds, gorgeous scones and a fantastic breakfast
Being situated at Rennie Rose Guest House in Belper provides a good base from which to explore the many famous towns and historical places in Derbyshire as well as one of the most visited national parks in the world, The Peak District National Park. Alternatively, maybe you are visiting relatives in the area or attending a wedding at one of our local luxurious wedding venues. No matter the reason for visiting, Rennie Rose Guest House will make your stay comfortable and relaxing.
There are very good road links in and around Belper which allow easy access around Derbyshire and it s neighbouring counties. However, once here you may decide to leave your car on the drive. There is a railway station in Belper town centre which has links to local towns and cities, including Matlock Bath, Cromford, Matlock, Derby, Nottingham and beyond. Buses also run regularly and can take you to Bakewell to taste the delights of the true Bakewell Pudding, Buxton to drink from the natural spring water and the beautiful market town of Ashbourne. If outdoor pursuits are what you seek, The Peak District is famous for it s outdoor recreation opportunities with 202 square miles of access land, 58 miles of dedicated off-road cycling trails based on former railway lines and 1,867 miles of public rights of way for walking, cycling and horse-riding.
Directions from M1 Leave at jct. 28 and head south on A38 taking the A610 Ripley turnoff. At the roundabout take the 4th exit signposted Matlock. Just after the first set of traffic lights, at the junction with the Excavator Pub, bear left onto the B6013. Follow this road to the end, at the T junction turn right, this is still the B6013. Follow this road until you see the Welcome to Belper sign. Rennie Rose Guest House is situated on the left hand side shortly after the sign.
Directions from A6 At the Morrisons roundabout take the A609 New Road heading towards Heage. Follow this up past the market place and bear left onto the B6013 Chesterfield Road. Follow this up the hill continuing straight ahead past a green on the right. After the green this road becomes Far Laund. Rennie Rose Guest House is situated immediately after the turning for Ashford Rise on the right.
You can check in from 16:00. You need to check out by 10:30.