The Derbyshire village of Cromford was the birthplace of the cotton revolution and at the heart of the village stands The Greyhound Hotel, an imposing Georgian building. The hotel's position and facilities make it a perfect venue for guests looking to explore Cromford and the surrounding area. All rooms are en-suite and comfortably furnished. The restaurant serves a seasonal menu and is happy to cater for smaller celebratory meals. In and around the village are many points of interest concerning Richard Arkwright and his cotton mills; further afield are Chatsworth House, Kedleston Hall and the Peak District towns of Buxton and Matlock.