- Very Good
- 45 guest reviews
"I was in Tideswell on business using a photographer local to the area. Stayed in this nice little pub, excellent value for money and breakfa..."
"There was light out in the bedroom and also a light out in the bathroom , the room was chilly and we had to ask for a heater There was no br..."
"As we were attending a family funeral we were not really business or leisure visitors. Our hosts were most sympathetic and helpful. If I was..."
"We were staying for a wedding nearby and it was perfect, we could get in late and breakfast wasn't too early. Would like to stay there again..."
"Really comfortable and good value..."
About the hotel
The Peak District, with over 22 million visitors per year, is the second most visited National Park in the world - you would never know it, but you will understand why when you see it. The George Inn, Tideswell is perfectly located to give you great access to all the best bits of this 555 square mile park, together with the equally famous Derbyshire Dales, bang in the middle of England. The George Inn was built in 1730, is a listed building and retains many original attractive features such as its 18th century Venetian windows, the carriage houses and stables.
Traditionally called the George Hotel, we prefer ‘Inn’, as that is what it is. Whether you are looking for gentle country walks, more exposed and challenging excursions, on and off road cycle routes or beautiful countryside to drive through, quiet traditional villages and towns, cultural heritage and stunning, grand houses, it is all here on our doorstep. Alternatively, go caving, sailing, canoeing, ballooning and rock climbing and abseiling, or just get away from it all and eat, sleep and rest well. Our kitchen is manned by an eager chef and his team who, using local, fresh produce have put together a fantastic menu to make your visit or stay even more worth while. Generous traditional plates and some fabulous specials such as baked camembert should keep the most discerning content. Our room prices of course include an abundant breakfast offering to set you up for the day ahead. We are working hard to make everybody's stay special so if you have any particular requirements do please contact us to discuss them and we will do our best to help.
- Babysitting services
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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73% would recommend it to a friend
Nice pub in quiet area
I was in Tideswell on business using a photographer local to the area.
Stayed in this nice little pub, excellent value for money and breakfast was good. Out of the 4 nights I stayed, the first night I arrived too late for dinner (stop serving at 8), the second night I just had a burger, and then the nest two nights there was no food service. Highly recommend the corner chippy down the road. The Star was quite nice for food as well, both within a few minutes walk
Bland characterless pub and landlord.
Could be a lovely place, but empty every day and night and landlord not bothered if we were there or not.
Breakfast was very basic, with no choices, and evening meal was ok, but very basic menu. The room was clean, but the shower room was mouldy and drains blocked. We spent most of our time in the Horse and Jockey down the road, which was very friendly, busy and did excellent food.