28. 2 on ground floor, 4 in converted coach house, 2 suitable for disabled.
lounge/bar, 2 restaurants, 2 private dining rooms, function facilities, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, ½-acre grounds (putting green), public rooms wheelchair accessible.
background in Garden Room only.
all ages welcomed.
only guide dogs allowed.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
per room B&B single £160–£220, double £180–£270, D,B&B single £200-£310, double £285–£275 Tasting menu £75. Set menus £55. 1-night bookings sometimes refused at weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Owned by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and sitting within the Chatsworth Estate, this smart hotel is a great base for exploring the Peak District. The building – an inn since 1700 – has been extended and updated. Superior rooms, some with a four-poster, some with an original iron fireplace, occupy the oldest part. They have antiques, artwork; a new bathroom (part of a recent refurbishment). ‘Beautiful and stylish’ so-called ‘standard’ rooms in the Devonshire Wing have also been updated. New rooms in a restored coach house have a four-poster, and antiques hand-picked from Chatsworth House. All rooms are supplied with ground coffee, ‘shortbread and fresh milk in a jug refilled every day’. In the fine-dining restaurant, Adam Harper’s menus include such dishes as breast, haggis and shoulder of Chatsworth Estate lamb. Guests can eat less formally in the Garden Room, perhaps honey-roast Derbyshire ham, egg and hand-cut chips; smoked ham-hock burger; meatballs with linguine. The service is ‘friendly without being over-familiar’. At breakfast there are organic Chatsworth yogurts, locally smoked kippers, Scottish smoked haddock, eggs Benedict with Lincolnshire ham. (SW)
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Two-night Special Offer
Available until 22nd March, from £204.50pp. Experience the best of The Cavendish with a luxurious two-night break. In this package you shall receive the following: Full Derbyshire breakfast each morning. A Three-course dinner in the award-winning Gallery Restaurant on the first night of your stay. A traditional Afternoon Tea for two, including savoury sandwiches, sweet delights and scones with clotted cream. To book your Two-Night Cavendish Break please call 01756 718111 or click the link below. If you require further information please email email@example.com. *Prices from only £204.50 per night, based on two people sharing a Standard Room, subject to availability and prices may fluctuate depending on the season or day of the week. A 25% non-refundable and non-transferable deposit is required to secure your reservation. The chefs will cater for any food intolerances or allergies, please ensure these are mentioned at the time of booking. A 5% service levy is added to all hotel accounts for distribution directly to staff. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.
Guide Book Vouchers
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.Buy the guide
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.
A beautiful area for walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing or rock climbing.
Sir Richard Arkwright's cotton mill,where he pioneered the development of the spinning machine and revolutionised the manufacture of cloth.
Known by many as the 'Palace of the Peak', this grand 17th-century house and is set in stunning landscaped grounds.