This former coaching inn dates back to 1649, and offers free Wi-Fi and à la carte dining. It is situated in the historic village of Repton, an area that was once the capital of the Saxon kingdom of Mercia.
The Boot Inn retains some traditional features, including oak beams, old fireplaces, and sash windows. Before becoming a hotel, it was first a brewery, and has also been a bakery and a boot-making site.
Rooms at the Boot Inn have flat-screen TVs, tea/coffee making facilities, an iron and ironing boards, and en-suite bathrooms.
You can choose from the à la carte menu or the Classics menu, which is served Monday to Saturday in the evenings. There is also a lunch menu and Sunday lunch is served from 12:00 until 20:00. Each morning, a full cooked breakfast is provided. Outdoor seating is available in the garden and courtyard.
Alton Towers is a 35-minute drive from the building, while Derby can be reached in under 20 minutes. Nottingham is a 40-minute drive away.