The Devonshire Arms at Beeley Nr Matlock and Bakewell
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley on the Chatsworth Estate.
An exciting dining pub with bar, brasserie and eight stylish rooms; four in the original pub…. and four more in our adjacent house, Brookside, just across the garden.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley on the Chatsworth Estate underwent a completion transformation in 2006. Already a popular watering hole and dining destination for local residents as well as the many visitors to Chatsworth, The Devonshire Arms offers all the charm and atmosphere of an historic coaching inn yet with a modern twist.
The Duchess of Devonshire’s influence is evident with her love of strong colours and rich fabrics, particularly in the dynamic brasserie and the sumptuous bedrooms, whilst the original inn has retained all its charm and character with low oak beams, open fireplaces, nooks and crannies.
Food is of the essence – Chef Patron Alan Hill is passionate about food and sources the very best of local and regional produce from the Chatsworth Estate and nearby farms. This isn’t just a new fad to react to the latest fashion, Alan has always cooked in tandem with the seasons having forged relationships with local suppliers to ensure he receives the best fresh produce. His menu combines British classics with a la carte specials that offer accessible fine dining – always seasonal and freshly prepared. Wines range from easy drinking to serious labels with some real gems to discover and enjoy. Cask ales include local brews from Peak Ales including our very own Chatsworth Gold, normally Theakston’s Old Peculier, and a guest beer, offering something to satisfy the most discerning beer drinkers.
There are eight delightful rooms – four in the inn and four in Brookside, across a pretty garden to the side of the inn. Each bedroom is individually furnished and named after a local dale whilst all the rooms share the same high standards of comfort and facilities.
On the doorstep is some of England’s loveliest scenery with wonderful walks and places to see both on the Chatsworth Estate and within the Derbyshire Peak District National Park. Chatsworth is well known as one of Britain’s best-loved historic houses and estates and there’s always something new to discover however many times it is visited.
Minimum of 2 nights
Bed and Breakfast for the first 2 nights and then receive the third night bed and Breakfast free Bottle of Pink Champagne in your room on arrival
Dinner Bed and Breakfast
Includes 1 fishing ticket and one Chatsworth House ticket £20 Voucher for the Farm Shop at Chatsworth
Ploughman’s lunch or picnic for two
Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards 2010: Gastro Pub of the Year
Publican Food and Drink Awards 2010: Alan Hill Pub Chef of the Year
Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards 2007: Pub Restaurant of the Year
Yorkshire Post Best of the Reviews 2007: Pub of the Year
Alastair Sawday Special Places to Stay Pubs and Inns 2008: Best Pub Rooms
East Midlands Regional Tourist Awards 2008 – Finalist for Pub of the Year Bronze Award
Table Reservations - 01629 733259
Room Reservations - 01756 718111
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