Charles Cotton Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Hartington, Derbyshire (Peak District National Park)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Place
Hartington
Derbyshire
England
SK17 0AL

Charles Cotton Hotel, Hartington

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The Charles Cotton Hotel is located in the picturesque village of Hartington in the heart of Peak District National Park. The hotel has been providing food and accommodation to travellers and guests for the last two hundred and seventy five years. Our rooms offer all the facilities one would expect of a classic coaching inn; we are ideally situated for anyone wanting to explore the Peak Park and welcome walkers and dogs.

Our cosy bar with its open fire serves a changing selection of real ales including the local Hartington beers brewed in the village by Whim Ales. As all our food is freshly cooked we are happy to help with any allergies or other special requirements you may have.

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From: £105.00


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