- Very Good
- 11 guest reviews
"Great part of the country, only thing wtong was the weather! Not that it stopped us from enjoying our stay. Cosy bar with log burner going...."
"Lovely quiet village pub with ideal location for sightseeing in the peak district. All staff very friendly and helpful and nothing to much t..."
"Great little Pub, rooms good, food excellent, locals friendly what more could you ask for...."
"A really comfortable room, good food & welcoming hosts. Will definitely stay again when in walking in the Dales...."
"Very enjoyable 2 day break with good food and a warm welcome...."
About the hotel
Welcome to the Queen Anne Inn. . .
A warm welcome awaits you at The Queen Anne Inn, a family-run free house welcoming visitors and locals alike with its relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Dating back to 1621 and set in lovely surroundings, The Queen Anne really is a typical old style country inn with its history and character prevalent throughout. Sample some of our mouth watering, home-made traditional country food while you enjoy our wide selection of wines, beers and spirits. If you are looking to stay in the area to enjoy the local sights and attractions, our fully refurbished AA 3-star quality double-bedded accommodation is available for one or more nights. Our south facing rear garden is child friendly and provides a secure playing area. Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs into the garden or inside the inn. Two recently refurbished double-bedded rooms with en-suite facilities are available to guests who are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay. Both bedrooms are on the ground floor and have easy access. Great Hucklow is a pretty Derbyshire village of stone cottages nestling in the hillside at the heart of the Peak District National Park. Pleasant pastures are separated by ancient stone walls, where wild flowers and herbs thrive. While you are staying here, why not take the time to discover some of the many other attractions in this beautiful part of Derbyshire? Situated in the heart of England, the Peak District National Park lies at the southern end of the Pennine hills between Sheffield and Manchester. It was the first National Park to be set up in Britain and covers parts of six counties. The National Park offers many attractions to walkers, climbers and cyclists. Ask for details of walks and places to visit. We have a number of maps of the local area available for guests to use.
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91% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely pub, great food, staff lovely, breakfast amazing! What more can I say, Would highly recomend.
Great part of the country, only thing wtong was the weather.
Not that it stopped us from enjoying our stay. Cosy bar with log burner going. Lovely place to spend an evening. Food very good, and reasonably priced. Would happily stay there again.
Lovely quiet village pub with ideal location for sightseeing in the peak district.
All staff very friendly and helpful and nothing to much trouble. Food in the bar was excellent and reasonably priced. Cooked breakfast in the morning to die for, cant wait to stay again soon.