- Very Good
- 57 guest reviews
"Wonderful hotel. Just right for a relaxing break. Friendly staff. Lovely walks nearby. Close to Bakewell. Meals delicious. Rooms comfortable..."
"The location and the surroundings of the hotel were perfect ! Ideal for those looking to have a tranquil break away from the hustle and bust..."
"Had a wonderful night with my husband on Valantines day. Staff we're extremely attentive and our meal was lovely. Particularly enjoyed the l..."
"Beautiful Hotel in beautiful surroundings, luxurious rooms and wonderful dining experience. Excellent service...."
"A very enjoyable and relaxing stay with extremely helpful staff...."
About the hotel
Beautifully appointed, grade 2 listed Georgian property in an idylic peaceful village location; the hotel garden sits along the bank of the River Wye and we have a secluded carpark for residents. Superb en-suite bedrooms, cosy bar and lounge with open fire, excellent fine dining restaurant and extensive wine directory.
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- In room entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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93% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely relaxing friendly.
Just right for a relaxing break. Friendly staff. Lovely walks nearby. Close to Bakewell. Meals delicious. Rooms comfortable. Wanted to bring roll top bath home with me.
Good secret escape
The location and the surroundings of the hotel were perfect .
Ideal for those looking to have a tranquil break away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Area is perfect for walking and for visiting local attractions such as Haddon Hall, Chatsworth and the market town of Bakewell. The slight disappointment was the noise we experienced in the room at night. Having been told that only three of the rooms were occupied that evening (Sunday), the residents had all been put into adjoining rooms instead of spreading us out in the hotel and giving us maximum privacy. The walls were obviously thin as we could hear the occupants in the next room coughing, switching lights on and off, flushing the toilet and having a shower . Real shame as it took away the edge of what would have been the perfect stay. This wouldn't deter us from booking again, but we would ask for a room on the first floor as opposed to be in a room off the corridor from the reception area. The staff were helpful and friendly and made us feel welcome.