Greyhound HotelMarket Place
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This three storey sandstone Georgian hotel is the most prominent building in Cromford market place. Built by Sir Richard Arkwright, but named for the black greyhound on the family crest of Phillip Gell it is still known as the Black Dog by some locals. The prominent Smith of Derby clock is recently restored. It has recently been refurbished to a high standard, at the moment there are four changing beers,often from Derby Brewing Company, Peak Ales and Nottingham Brewery, whilst the new tenant assesses demand. Over sixty different wines are also served.