Take the M1 to junction 26 and follow the A610 towards Ripley. Follow the A610 until you reach the A6 and turn right.
At Cromford turn right at the traffic lights, and follow the road past the mill. Willersley Castle Hotel’s driveway is immediately on the left after you cross the bridge.
Take the M1 to junction 28 and follow the A38 towards Derby. Follow signs to Matlock via the A615. At the roundabout in Matlock turn left and follow A6 through Matlock Bath to Cromford.
Turn left at traffic lights past the mill. Willersley Castle Hotel’s driveway is immediately on the left after you cross over the bridge.
Trains are available to Cromford on the Derby – Matlock line. It is advisable to check with your railway station for times and connections. Only limited services are available on Sundays.
Leave Cromford Station, turn right just before the bridge into the drive of Willersley Castle Hotel. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from Cromford station.
If a taxi is required, please arrange at Derby Station or before your journey, as there is no telephone at Cromford Station.
Nottingham East Midlands and Manchester airports are accessible by road and public transport.
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Exciting multi-million pound plans to restore and upgrade a historic hotel owned by Methodist Guild Holidays Ltd have been agreed.
The proposals by the company, which trades as Christian Guild, mean Treloyhan Manor Hotel, in St Ives, Cornwall, will receive almost £4million of improvements.
As well as reinstating a number of original features in the Victorian building, it will also be brought up to modern hotel standards to become one of the flagship hotels of Christian Guild’s collection of hotels.
Plans for the former Sir Edward Hain mansion and its grounds were approved by the West Area Planning Sub Committee of Cornwall Council on September 22nd.
The scheme will see the building’s original Victorian conservatory and outdoor terraces reinstated, while new car parking spaces will be created.