- Very Good
- 9 guest reviews
"Such a historic place in such an historic village deserves a little promotion by the staff. When I asked one how old the building was, I was..."
"Nice room, but only a soap dispenser, no hand soap or hair shampoo...."
"We have stayed before. Love the village. Rooms comfortable and very clean. Food and service good, served by nice friendly people. Will defin..."
"The staff were very welcoming, food was superb and the building mixes the character of the old and new very sympathetically...."
"Brilliant little hotel, & ideal for my visit to the Nestlé factory just down the road. Excellent service, good food & good beer. Well recomm..."
About the hotel
Set in the beautiful Staffordshire village of Tutbury, on the River Dove, the Grade II listed Dog and Partridge Hotel is a charming half timbered former coaching inn dating back to the 15th Century. Central Derby is less than 12 miles away, and Burton on Trent and Uttoxeter are both within easy reach, making the hotel ideal for doing business in Staffordshire and Derbyshire or planning a last minute trip. The Hotel also has a large free car park and fully equipped meeting and function room.
The Hotel has 9 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms including family rooms, all equipped with flat-screen digital TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and unlimited free Wi-Fi. All guests will also receive a warm welcome at the Chef & Brewer pub restaurant on site. Located just 2. 3 miles from the A50 and less than 10 minutes from the A38 The Dog & Partridge Hotel offers easy access to the M42, M6 Toll and the M1. It is also ideally situated for exploring the surrounding Staffordshire countryside and Peak District.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Air conditioning in rooms, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Trouser press in each room, Telephone In Each Room, Wake Up Call Available
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities
- Restaurant, Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- TV, Radio
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- 14:00 23:00
- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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89% would recommend it to a friend
If staff knew a little more, this place would be top marks.
Such a historic place in such an historic village deserves a little promotion by the staff.
When I asked one how old the building was, I was just told "years". Another didn't know either. Wikipedia to the rescue then... Additionally, it would assist if the staff knew drink-prices. When my partner was overcharged £1.50 for a double gin and tonic, she was told this was because she hadn't specified for one from the menu, so had been given the more expensive Gordons (?!?) instead. No refund offered.This may have been a one-off, but when another staff member charged me £3.95 for a single whisky and I enquired as to the cost for a double, I was told....£3.95. This lack of knowledge / making-things-up-as-we-go-along took the shine off an otherwise excellent stay. The evening meals were wonderfully cooked and presented, and reasonably priced too (pork main £12; lamb main £16). Breakfast too was satisfactory, with morning papers to hand, and the staff member flexible around some food intolerances. Finally, the room was antique and beautiful, with period beams and a view of the high street; I just needed a while to adjust to the ancient sloping floor. If they lost the faux-Mexican bathroom mirror frame it would be perfect. All in all, with a little more staff knowledge and a few minor tweaks this place will be fabulous, thank you.
One night stay
Nice room, but only a soap dispenser, no hand soap or hair shampoo.