Medium in size
A stunning country house set in beautiful grounds
Adjacent to our main house are the 17th Century cottage rooms, which are smaller than the main house but do have a lovely quaint and homely feel. A short walk outside is required to access these rooms. The 17th Century building provides these rooms with a high level of period charm with exposed beams and feature fireplaces. The finest cotton sheets, flat screen TVs and free broadband internet access are amongst the many creature comforts you will enjoy. ROOM FEATURES Flat screen Television with satellite TV channels Complimentary tea & coffee making facilities Hand Picked toiletries by Gilchrist & Soames Complimentary bottled mineral water Complimentary broadband internet access Iron & ironing board and trouser press Hair dryer and grooming amenities Selection of regional magazines Bathrobes Turndown service The main house bedrooms offer a wide range of amenities and luxury. The finest cotton sheets, a selection of pillows in every room, oversized flat screen TVs and free broadband internet access are amongst the many creature comforts you will enjoy. ROOM FEATURES Flat screen Television with satellite TV channels DVD player and complimentary movie library Complimentary tea & coffee making facilities Hand Picked toiletries by Gilchrist & Soames Complimentary bottled mineral water Complimentary broadband internet access Iron & ironing board and trouser press Hair dryer and grooming amenities Selection of regional magazines Bathrobe Turndown service
The Restaurant offers a quiet and refined atmosphere, with a menu that offers a balanced selection of traditional dishes with a contemporary twist. The original dining room of The Priest House Hotel creates a special atmosphere in which to enjoy a fine dining experience to mark a special occasion or just for the pleasure of it. Here you will find great food and a fantastic wine list. The Brasserie is decorated in a modern and contemporary theme, and makes use of the excellent original features of the Priest House Hotel in Derbyshire, In the Brasserie enjoy a range of traditional dishes as well as some modern favourites offering an excellent alternative to fine dining with a relaxed and informal style of service. The lounge bar offers a stylish and comfortable area to relax and entertain. Here morning coffee is served (excellent elevenses), afternoon tea (including Champagne), evening cocktails and late night digestifs, as well as a selection of light snacks. The Terrace at the Priest House offers the perfect outdoor dining experience. Whether choosing a light bite from the Brasserie menu for lunch or enjoying one of the magnificent afternoon teas, who could describe a more perfect setting than an English country garden, on the banks of the River Trent, surrounded by swans swimming gracefully, a watermill from the days of the Domesday book and the sound of water lapping around you. Rural, peaceful and pure relaxation.
Just four and a half miles from East Midlands Airport and even less to Donington Park racing circuit, it is a place to enjoy the finest food and indulge in good living. When you drive through the dense woodland that fringes the winding country lane that leads to The Priest House Hotel in Castle Donington, you discover a hotel in Derbyshire, which is perched in a picturesque setting on the banks of the River Trent. The original watermills on the site of The Priest House were mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. Today, this is a country house with a difference. As you step inside you will find elegant contemporary surroundings designed with minimalist simplicity.