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This is a very good place to stop for refreshments. In 2006 it had a good variety of food on the menu at very reasonable prices. There was also several good beers on draught at prices that were good value for money. In addition, it has a huge selection of Scottish Malt Whiskies.
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The Temple Hotel was last inspected on a Sunday evening during September 2006. The menu was varied and the service good. The food was of a very high standard and the staff were pleasant and friendly. We had a slight problem with the soup but it was sorted out amicably and to our total satisfaction. There was a good range of beers and it was well kept. A local CAMRA (CAMpaign for Real Ale) group regularly meet here so we would guess that they also give the beers a seal of approval. This is definitely a venue to consider having a nominated non-drinking driver as part of the party - or else take a taxi - so that the ales and whiskies can be sampled.
It was also a bonus to find a hotel with a strict no-smoking policy throughout the hotel.
On a slight down side, the spectacular views from this hotel into the valley were not as good as they could have been as the garden areas have been allowed to grow higher than they should.
On Temple Road at the south end of Matlock Bath.
Grid Reference SK 294 583
Post Code DE4 3PG
Telephone 01629 583 911
From the north, follow the A6 through Matlock and Matlock Bath. At the south end of Matlock Bath is the Pavilion (locally known as The Pav), a few yards after The Pavilion, turn right (signposted to Gullivers Kingdom) into Temple Road. The road almost doubles back on itself as it goes uphill. Go past Gullivers Kingdom and about 300 metres on the left is The Temple Hotel.
From the south, follow the A6 through Cromford into Matlock Bath. As soon as Matlock Bath is reached, there is a left fork, uphill, signposted to Gullivers Kingdom. This is Temple Road. Go past Gullivers Kingdom and about 300 metres on the left is The Temple Hotel.
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