Sir Robert Robinson, who was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry said, 'Though it might be invidious to mention individuals, yet I may be allowed to say how much I owe to the constant help of my wife, not quite my first, but much my most consistent collaborator, and over the longest period of years.' It was an accolade - not only shared by his wife, but also with the good people of Chesterfield. Chesterfield is known as a market town which got its market charter from King John in 1204. Market days were usually Monday, Friday and Saturday. We believe that its merchant origins gave start to some of the best hotels. As many travelers would agree, Chesterfield hotels will definitely make you feel like home.
Inexpensive stay in Chesterfield
In the medieval times you would think of Chesterfield as being dictated by King John and Robin Hood always up to his mischievous way helping the poor. All of them slept somewhere. As a guest in the town you also need a place to spend the night. If you are worried because you are on budget, don't be! Many hotels in Chesterfield offer quality accommodation at very competitive prices. Looking for cheap hotels in the town is not a big deal at all. J. D. Wetherspoon hotel, for example, has a wonderful view over the market square and is sure to get your attention. It's a Victorian style place with dining and rooms. The rooms are airy and come with flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee makers. Breakfast is always available for free in the pub. Parking is free as well in this hotel.
Although most of the cheap hotels in town look fairly old and poorly designed, do not underestimate them in advance. More budget options worth taking a look at are The Lockford Inn, Premier Inn Chesterfield North Hotel, The Chesterfield Hotel and Hotel ibis Chesterfield North.
There is always a place for luxury stay in Chesterfield
If you are planning to propose to someone or spend quality time with friend or family and not worry about the costs, then the best option for you is one of the many Chesterfield hotels offering grandeur service. A stylish place like the Peak Edge Hotel is a great choice if you are looking for elegance and pleasure. The rooms have contemporary decor and furnishings which 4-poster beds in some. Bathrooms are en suite with heated floors, rainfall showers and double ended baths. The countryside view rooms come with 46-inch flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. You also receive a full English breakfast which is included into the price of the room.
To help make a sound judgment, here are some more luxury hotels in Chesterfield: Casa Hotel, Batemand Mill Hotel, Whitton Lodge and Anis Louse Guest House.
Get out there and explore Chesterfield
Chesterfield can is considered a heaven for all shop-o-holics. There is one of the largest open air markets in Britain with many stalls taking its setting from the medieval times. There are several restaurants that serve different international cuisines and takeaways. Art lovers can be treated to the Winding Wheel museum or The Pomegranate Theatre.