In a picturesque setting in North East Derbyshire exists a beautiful way to spend your day at the Bolsover Castle close to Chesterfield. For your convenience, we have accumulated a list of the finest dining within a 15 mile radius around Bolsover Castle. The castle is a sight for sore eyes, surrounded by a leisure park to its left and the cosy town of Bolsover to its right. Over the weekends, the grounds are enlivened twice a day by the marching hoofs of William Cavendish’s dressage, brought to your entertainment in full 17th century costume and baroque music. The shows run annually from Easter to the 1st of September so make sure you arrange your visit during this time so you don’t miss out.
To find the castle, exit the M1 North between Junction 29 and 29A onto Chesterfield road heading East until the A632 turns into station road heading to Bolsover. As you follow the road, you will be greeted by a green burst of forest slowly revealing the 12th century built ancient monument.
Coming to a small town, it might be difficult to find the best recommended restaurants in the nook and corners to complete your experience. Go dine facilitates a word of mouth platform to guide you to the best flavours your heart desires.
Listed above are choices of great restaurants near Bolsover Castle and pubs to pick from, otherwise a variety of international cuisines covering everything from Italian, French, Spanish and Indian. With only a short drive from the castle, why not pick a place you are guaranteed a good experience with before your journey home?
Did you know that Bolsover Castle was originally built and owned by the Perevel family, to become the property of the Royal Family only after William Peverel Young died in 1155AD?