Dusty Miller

Bed and Breakfast in Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Sheffield road, Barlborough
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
England
S43 4TW

Dusty Miller, Chesterfield

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En-suite accommodation 3 star rated by the tourist board, excellent home made food cooked by our 3 experienced chefs. The bedroom block and the bar restaurant areas have gone under a major refurbishment to provide a modern clean feel to the Dusty Miller but still keeping that country inn inviting friendly atmosphere.The Dusty's famous carvery and bar meals run all day everyday, & with the carvery mid week special at only £4.60 you get quality freshly prepared food at a bargain price. Live music

The Dusty Miller is beautifully sat overlooking the Derbyshire countryside with just 2 minutes off jct. 30 M1 and is within easy reach of many major attractions such as -- Rover Vally, Bolsover Castle, Crooked Spire Chesterfield, Chatsworth House, Creswell Crags, Hardwick Hall, Columba Park, Nottingham Forrest & the Peak District. For the shoppers you have the market town of Chesterfield & City of Sheffield close by & Meadow hall shopping centre.

This country inn has just had a major refurbishment with new stone and wooden floors, pictures, lighting, blinds and a new lighter fresher colour scheme but still made to feel very homely, friendly and inviting. There are 3 chefs with a vast amount of experience and culinary skills who cook and make nearly all there own food on site so you can be sure of freshness and quality all rolled into 1. There famous carvery speaks volumes to the amount of people who visit the DM.

on a regular basis serving over 1500 people alone each week for there freshly prepared carvery, bar meals, snacks, Fresh kiddies menu, vegetarian choices, Set menus and buffet menus there is something for all the family.Mid week carvery only £4.60 or 2 course with sweet only £8, Thats quality at a bargain price. Also best for top entertainment in the area with there famous tribute nights,top bands, artists and comedians... Every Wednesday hosts a regular rock n roll night with resident band Robinson's Jam (Past Masters) plus a quick quiz during there break with a chance of a £50 jackpot.

It's free admission & the band starts at 9pm. Every Thursday during the summer months its bikers night , come & meet new friends. With a large car park there is enough room for all.

Friday once a month it's Soul,Mowtown dance nights with a top DJ. Every Saturday is tribute night.

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From: £29.95

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