Hodgkinsons Hotel & Restaurant
"A grand Georgian affair decorated with engaging eccentricity. Roaring fire downstairs and good seasonal menu in the restaurant. Perfect for a romantic break."
Roy Hattersley, The Guardian
Eyam is a Classic double room views of the Derwent river and of Matlock Bath's South Parade. Secondary glazing makes all off our river view rooms quiet enough for even the lightest of sleepers to get a good nights sleep.
2nd floor, bed size 4'6" x 6' 3" / 135 x 190cm, en-suite shower room
Room rates: - from £77 single occupancy to £105 double occupancy check reservations / availability for current pricing and offers.
Eyam (pron.: /ˈiːm/) is a small village in Derbyshire, England. The village is best known for being the "plague village" that chose to isolate itself when the plague was discovered there in August 1665, rather than let the infection spread. The village was founded and named by Anglo-Saxons, although lead had been mined in the area since Roman times.