Cavendish Hotel at Baslow
There has been an Inn here for so long that is uncertain when it was first built. It became
part of the Devonshire family’s estate around 1830 when it was acquired from the Duke of Rutland. It was named the Cavendish (formerly the Peacock Inn), after extensive renovations in 1975. Situated in the village of Baslow with all the wonder of the Peak District on your doorstep.
You will find peace within the building, with its elegant rooms and magnificent views over the Estate towards Chatsworth itself. Add to this the hotels enviable location, close by so many other wonders of the Peak District and one starts to appreciate the possibilities of a memorable stay.
Indulge in beautiful, well appointed rooms with view simply to die for, choosing from Standard, Inn or The Redesdale Suite….
Standard Rooms…There really is nothing ‘standard’ about their Standard Rooms. All are luxuriously appointed with twin or double beds, private bathrooms with bath and shower, direct dial phone, television, hairdryer, refrigerated bar and beverage facility.
Take your time; relax in the gorgeous surroundings of the hotel and the splendid Peak District literally on your doorstep.
Inn Rooms….Relax in the oldest, most historic rooms in the hotel.
Our Inn Rooms are generally larger rooms which occupy the original Peacock Inn (the oldest section of the Hotel) and include four poster, brass or king size beds, luxury bathrooms, fine art and antique furniture.
Many feature original iron fireplaces. The six ‘Inn’ rooms were refurbished in February 2009 to a luxurious standard. And of course, all our rooms have THAT view over The Chatsworth Estate.
The Redesdale Suite… awaits those who seek the ultimate in indulgence. Self contained, the suite occupies two floors and features a private entrance with lobby.
Enjoy your very own living room with an open fire, air conditioned double bedroom with super-king sized bed and fine antique furniture. The main bathroom with luxury shower is augmented by a convenient ground floor shower room.
The suite comprises features in common with all our other luxurious rooms, though being located at the end of the building does not directly overlook the estate.
Highly acclaimed food. The freshest possible ingredients – much locally sourced.
Dining at The Cavendish is always immaculate. Imaginative dishes, friendly, unobtrusive service in relaxed surroundings. If they can make it they will – bread baked fresh every day, homemade jam and of course our famous marmalade.
The Gallery Restaurant, The Garden Room and The Kitchen Table
Conferences and Events.
Move your business forward by choosing their conference facilities…their dedicated Conference and Private Dining Co-coordinator is at hand to help with all the detail necessary to ensure the success of your event
The Boardroom The Boardroom at The Cavendish Hotel is situated on the ground floor overlooking the garden. It is furnished with red leather upholstery, antique brass lights, fine lithographic prints and features an open fireplace. ?The room is designed for meetings, receptions or dining and can seat 18 boardroom style or 20 theatre style. The area is well lit, carries ample phone, tv and power sockets and has interlined curtains. A flip chart and screen is available free of charge and audio visual equipment can be hired.
The Private Dining Room The Private Dining Room at the Cavendish adjoins the restaurant.
It has the same spectacular views and contains several of the hotel’s fine collection of oil paintings. It is designed for meetings, receptions or dining and can seat up to 10 persons boardroom style.The area is well lit, carries ample phone, tv and power sockets and has interlined curtains. A flip chart and screen is available free of charge and audio visual equipment can be hired.
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