t: 01246 473307 | e: contact@oldrectoryguesthouse.co.uk | a: 8 Church Street, Staveley, Chesterfield, S43 3TL

Old Rectory Guest House

The Old Rectory Guest House, a five room bed-and-breakfast (B&B) located in the preservation area of Staveley Town, Derbyshire.

The house, a Grade 2 listed building, was built in 1719 on the foundations of an earlier building, and was widely believed to contain a passage way leading from its cellars to the St John the Baptist church across the road.

The Rectory`s most famous inhabitants were the Gisbournes. James and Francis, successively Rectors of Staveley from 1716 to 1821.

It is conveniently situated just a few miles away from Junction 30 of the M1 motorway and the busy market town of Chesterfield and the attractions of the magnificent nearby Peak District.

 Rooms & Prices

Prices stated below are for the room only, per night basis. Breakfast IS included within the price.

Room #1 – Double room (Sleeps 2)
£70.00 per night with breakfast

Room #2 – Single room (Sleeps 1)
£45.00 per night with breakfast

Room #3 – Single room (Sleeps 1)
£45.00 per night with breakfast

Room #4 – Family room (Sleeps 3)
£75.00 per night with breakfast

Room #5 – Twin room (Sleeps 2)
£65.00 per night with breakfast

Room 4

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Local Guide

The Old Rectory Guest House is located in the heart of Border Country, where the Peak District meets Robin Hood country. We are ideally situated as a base to allow you to explore the many attractions of the area. We’ve listed a few great places to visit to here to help you plan your stay in the area.

What our customers are saying

  • Excellent!

    “We came to Chesterfield for a friend’s wedding and stayed in this guesthouse. We found it very lovely indeed! Clean rooms, a wonderful breakfast and the owner was friendly, interested in us (but not nosey!) and helpful. I’d certainly stay here again. Beds were very comfy. It was a lovely experience, it felt like staying in someone’s house! But in a very good way!”

    Danielle M
    Buxton, Unitied Kingdom
  • Perfect Stay

    “After being let down by another hotel, we ended up at the Old Rectory. How lucky we were! Perfect place to stay and very friendly and helpful. We stayed family room and had our own private courtyard. Exceptionally clean and breakfast was a real homely feel. Can’t wait for next visit.”

    Ian
    Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Breakfast was lovely

    “Breakfast was lovely, and they turned the sub titles on the TV for me because I couldn’t hear the news which was thoughtful. The location was very quiet and restful.”

    Jane
    United Kingdom
  • “Beautiful breakfast, served in a lovely new conservatory. The house is listed so some of the wood work and doors look old and the floor boards creak a lot, but it added to the charm. Perfect location for events at Staveley Hall, less than 1 minute walk away. It had all imaginable facilities in the room, toothbushes, hot chocolate, fresh cooled water, trays for dirty shoes etc etc. The furniture in the rooms were very impressive and turns out the owner had made it.”

    CJ
    United Kingdom

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