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Welcome to Amber Guesthouse

Address: 128 - 132 Burton Road, Derby, DE1 1TN

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Situated 15 minutes’ walk from Derby city centre, Amber Guesthouse features free Wi-Fi. Derby Railway Station is only 1 mile away and the bus station can be reached in 10 minutes’ walk. A flat-screen TV, free toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities are provided in each individually designed room at Amber Guesthouse. A full English breakfast is served each day, and bacon rolls can be provided for those leaving before breakfast time. Westfield Derby shopping centre is a 10-minute walk from the guesthouse and features a wide selection of designer shops, places to eat and a 12-screen cinema. Derby Cathedral is a 15-minute walk away, along with a number of independent shops and cafés.

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Derby Centre - Town Centre

Derby Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.45 miles (0.72 km)
Derby is a former spa town that lies on the River Derwent. The city’s history dates back to Roman times but it was only given city status in 1977 by Queen Elizabeth II. The town has been involved in many industries, including beer, cloth, porcelain and Rolls Royce aircraft engines and has been referred to as “the home of industry”. The popular consensus of opinion is that ‘Derby’ is a corruption of the Danish – ‘Deor-a-By’, meaning ‘village of the deer’. It was the industrial revolution that transformed Derby into a centre for the silk industry and then brought a major railway terminus to the city. The city has much to offer the visitor in its own right, but is also an excellent base for touring the fantastic countryside in the region.

Derby Railway Station - Railway Station

Derby Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.76 miles (1.21 km)
Derby Station (formerly known as Derby Midland Station to distinguish it from the now disused Derby Friargate) is a mainline railway station serving the city of Derby in England. Owned by Network Rail and managed by the Midland Mainline train operating company, the station is also used by Central Trains and Virgin Trains services. It is situated to the south-east of Derby City Centre, and is close to the west bank of the River Derwent. Derby's central location and former importance as a "railway town" have made it an important node of the rail network. Until recently, major carriage and locomotive workshops as well as the Research Division in the Railway Technical Centre were housed there.

Derby College - The Roundhouse - University

Derby College - The Roundhouse - University

Distance 0.92 miles (1.48 km)
our success is central to everything we do at Derby College. Our ambition is simple: we want all our learners to achieve their full potential during their valuable time with us.

As one of the largest Further Education Colleges in the country, we offer an exciting and inspiring experience to learners of all ages and abilities. Our growing range of cutting-edge vocational and academic courses open up whole new worlds of opportunity. Our outstanding facilities and expert staff provide a vibrant, stimulating and welcoming learning experience. Our solutions deliver real benefits for business.

Derby County Football Club - Football Club

Derby County Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.44 miles (2.3 km)
The new stadium was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1997, is totally enclosed with all corners being filled. One corner is filled with executive boxes, giving the stadium a continental touch. The large Toyota West Stand which runs down one side of the pitch is two tiered, complete with a row of executive boxes. The rest of the ground is smaller in size than the West Stand, as the roof drops a tier to the other sides, making it look unbalanced. It is a pity that the West Stand could not be replicated throughout the rest of the stadium as this would have made it truly magnificent.

University of Derby - University

University of Derby - University

Distance 1.69 miles (2.71 km)
The University of Derby was established in 1992. It has two main campuses ? located in Buxton and Derby. The University provides 300 study programmes, as well as short courses and foundation degrees. The University has 4 faculties, namely, the Faculty of Business, Computing and Law, Faculty of Art, Design & Technology, Faculty of Education, Health and Science, and University of Derby Buxton. Each faculty offers a variety of courses that are superintended by individual research groups