Crewe & Harpur Derby- Bed and Breakfast in Swarkestone
The Crewe & Harpur is a converted 17th Century coach house, delightfully situated between the medieval villages of Swarkestone and Melbourne. The adjoining stable block has been converted to provide hotel accommodation in the form of seven rooms. The pub serves cooked food all day and is the perfect place to unwind after a hard day at work or after exploring the beautiful Peak District. Read more
Our selection of hot meals includes traditional pub classics and a constantly changing selection of specials. We also have a range of specially selected wines along with cask ales and a choice of soft drinks, tea and coffee. The Crewe & Harpur is an ideally placed hotel for business travellers and tourists alike, with easy links to the M1/M42/A38/A50. East Midlands Airport is just seven miles away and the hotel benefits from good access routes to Ashbourne, Alton Towers, Donnington Park Race Track, The Peak District, Denby Pottery and many more local attractions. Room prices also include our fantastic free breakfast.
The Crewe and Harpur is the perfect place to finish up after a day enjoying the delights of Derbyshire and the Peak District. Tuck yourself into a cosy corner and enjoy a reviving coffee, relaxing pint of real ale or lager or a glass of one of our handpicked wines. We serve pub food all day and our varied menu means you will be spoilt for choice. Read more
We pride ourselves on being able to offer quality pub food to satisfy all our customers and our daily offers provide exceptional value for money. .
The village of Swarkestone is historically famous as the point at which Bonnie Prince Charlie turned his invading armies around, making the southern-most point of the Jacobite rebellion. Don’t miss the stunning medieval Swarkestone Bridge and Melbourne Hall and Gardens. Read more
The surrounding county of Derbyshire is a county of extremes with vast areas of natural beauty, including the Peak District National Park, rural towns and large cities offering a diversity of culture. Derby itself is only a few miles away and offers a rich mixture of arts and tourism in an historic setting. The Derby city centre has been pedestrianised which makes it safe, clean and enjoyable for day shopping trips. Shopping ranges from the designer boutiques of the Cathedral Quarter to the high street shops of the Westfield Shopping Centre and Cornmarket. Attractions within the city include Derby Cathedral, Derby Museum and Art Gallery, the Arboretum and the Old Gaol. Derbyshire offers many opportunities to explore, with walking and cycling routes and the many historic manor houses, castles and gardens situated around the county including Tamworth Castle and Haddon Hall.
Manager: Lynne Taylor
Telephone: 01332 700641