Flags Bed & Breakfast

89 Newbold Rd Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 7PS

Great value accommodation in Chesterfield - Est. 1979

7 Night Special !

Bed and Breakfast

Only 179







Guests own dedicated FREE wi-fi   -   Private Car Park   -   Early Breakfasts

Telephone  01246 203896 or  01246 277924 Mob: 07759842535

 Chesterfield Bed And Breakfast From 26.50 Per Person in a double

                 Most Single rooms have double beds at NO extra cost !                         


 Welcome to Flags bed and breakfast Chesterfield in 2015. We are a family run B&B in the heart of Chesterfield-Derbyshire only 10 mins from the edge of the Peak District. We have been offering B&B accommodation in Chesterfield since 1979. Flags is also ideal for Technique Training Center. The Barrow hill roundhouse-Blue John caverns-caudwell's mill-Matlock bath & aquarium-Arkwright's mill-Linacre reservoir-Tapton lock & visitor centre-Chatsworth house & estate-Bakewell pudding shop-The famous crooked spire.See our Attractions page.  The Bradleys


Famous for the crooked spire Chesterfield also boasts a great town centre with a unique mix of contempary shopping and cobbled streets. The shambles offers oldie world narrow stone streets and Tudor buildings. The spire attached to St Mary's and all saints church in the town centre can be seen for miles and is a wondrous site. It is said when a virgin marries in the church the spire will straighten. We live in hope but don't hold our breath... In actual fact the lead was laid over the wooden frame while the timber was still green and wet and over the years the weight has twisted and distorted the spire. As far as we know this the only example of this in the world and in my view is just as amazing as the leaning tower of Pizza. Chesterfield is a market town by royal charter and is one of if not the largest open air market in England. Anually the town hosts & boasts a medevil market weekend with all manor of stalls & attractions devoted to historic times complete with stocks & ducking stool.

Chesterfield received its market charter in the year 1204 from King John and around 100 stalls can still be found in the town centre every Monday, Friday and Saturday. The charter constituted the town as a free borough, granting the burgesses of Chesterfield the same privileges as those of Nottingham. Elizabeth I granted a charter of incorporation in 1594, creating a corporation consisting of a mayor, six aldermen, six brethren, and twelve capital burgesses. This remained the governing charter until the borough was reformed under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835. The borough originally consisted only of the township of Chesterfield, but was extended in 1892 to include parts of surrounding townships. In 1920 there was a major extension to the borough when it absorbed Whittington and Newbold urban district. Chesterfield's current boundaries date from 1 April 1974, when under the Local Government Act 1972, the Borough of Chesterfield was formed by the amalgamation of the municipal borough with the urban district of Staveley and the parish of Brimington from Chesterfield Rural District. Chesterfield benefited greatly from the building of the Chesterfield Line - part of the Derby to Leeds railway (North Midland Line), which was begun in 1837 by George Stephenson. During its construction, a sizeable seam of coal was discovered during the construction of the Clay Cross Tunnel. This and the local ironstone were promptly exploited by Stephenson who set up a company in Clay Cross to trade in the minerals. During his time in Chesterfield, Stephenson lived at Tapton House, and remained there until his death in 1848. He is interred in Trinity Church. In 2006, a statue of Stephenson was erected outside Chesterfield railway station.Flags Bed & Breakfast is situated only a few minutes walk from Chesterfield town centre. Newbold Road is the B6051 signed to (Barlow). Chesterfield is the closest major town to the geographical centre of England. This makes it the perfect choice for a a base from which to explore this region and beyond. Chesterfield is Junction 30 when coming south on the M1 or 29 when coming north. Chesterfield is only a 30 minute drive from east midlands airport and just 45 minutes from Manchester airport (traffic dependant).