Devonshire Arms at Beeley
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The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is lucky to have one of those rare locations on the Chatsworth Estate where the beauty of the area is quite simply stunning. Our gorgeous traditional country Inn with fourteen hotel bedrooms owned by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is only a short picturesque walk from Chatsworth House itself and blends its idyllic village setting with contemporary comfort.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley boasts fourteen supremely comfortable bedrooms, each furnished in its own style are equipped with the little extras to make your stay a truly memorable one. Large comfortable beds, luxury towels, wrap around bathrobes and freshly ground coffee on the tea tray add to the attention to detail in room. Our selection of bedrooms range from double rooms to suites with each room offering outstanding comfort and its own unique style ideal for short or long stays to the Peak District and Chatsworth House. Four of our rooms are located in the main Inn; with a further four located a stone’s throw away along the garden path in Brookside House. Our six newest additions are just opposite the Inn housed within one of Beeley’s quaint dwellings, Dove Cottage.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is the perfect spot for all occasions from casual gatherings with friends to family celebrations and parties. Our perfect location on the Chatsworth Estate offers the idllyic setting of a traditional village Inn within the gorgeous Peak District. The Bar and newly refurbished Brasserie are the perfect spots for a relaxed lunch, dinner or as private dining area.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 14
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- In Room Safe
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: CHESTERFIELD
- Distance: 12 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 08:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Free: Yes
- Nearest Rail Name: Chesterfield Distance: 12 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 575 reviews
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All round great place to stay
Stay Date: 19/04/2017, a customer aged 65+ from LITTLEHAMPTON who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Small pub, but all the little touches were great. The food was excellent both dinner and breakfast. See more
Small pub, but all the little touches were great. The food was excellent both dinner and breakfast. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Haddon Hall: 5 out of 5
Best fish and chips for months.......monster value cheese board!
Stay Date: 06/2017, Xante wrote this review.
We ate here as a family of four on National Fish and Chip day. It would have been unpatriotic not to have chosen fish and chips on such an auspicious occasion. We were not disappointed. Every restaurant thinks they can cook fish and chips, just like… See more
We ate here as a family of four on National Fish and Chip day. It would have been unpatriotic not to have chosen fish and chips on such an auspicious occasion. We were not disappointed. Every restaurant thinks they can cook fish and chips, just like everyone thinks they can boil an egg. On this occasion the fish and chips were par excellence. The batter was thin, almost tempura like, it was crispy and made an audible crunch when cut with the knife. The chips were 'proper' chips and the crushed peas were amazing, the fish was light a flaky under the golden crust. To cap it all we elected to have the 5 cheese selection and I would hazard an estimate that there must have been well over a pound of cheese in weight. Service was excellent and at under a hundred pounds for four people including drinks, it was excellent value for money. Would we return.........absolutely, in a trice. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Fivestarsalltheway wrote this review.
Arrived on a gorgeous sunny day. Ate lunch on the rear patio. Our rooms were ready after 3 pm. We stayed in the property across the road from the pub. All the rooms are beautifully decorated with quality fixtures & fittings. Nice touch to find tiny … See more
Arrived on a gorgeous sunny day. Ate lunch on the rear patio. Our rooms were ready after 3 pm. We stayed in the property across the road from the pub. All the rooms are beautifully decorated with quality fixtures & fittings. Nice touch to find tiny bottle of milk on the fridge and packet of biscuits. We had a small garden to use which we did. Read our newspapers with a cuppa. We ate in the pub one night which was included in our stay. Food was a mire like fine dining than good old fashioned pub food. Desert choices didn't inspire me, so I chose cheese and biscuits. Given the choice, I chose soft cheeses and not strong flavoured ones . I was given Cheddar, Cheshire & Stilton !!! Which my friends ate but I did not. Lovely place, beautifully kept & spotlessly clean. I would deffintely visit again. A note worth making. If you visit Chatsworth House - your entry receipt will give you 10% off any food eaten in either of the Devonshire Arms pubs ( so long as it's not inc in your overnight stay) Collapse
Needs more attention to important details
Stay Date: 06/2017, konnosir wrote this review.
If you are wanting to visit magnificent Chatsworth House and the surrounding areas (maybe taking in Hardwick Hall and Mr Straw's House (both National Trust) then there is quite a good choice of accommodation - some of which is owned and run by The Ch… See more
If you are wanting to visit magnificent Chatsworth House and the surrounding areas (maybe taking in Hardwick Hall and Mr Straw's House (both National Trust) then there is quite a good choice of accommodation - some of which is owned and run by The Chatsworth Estate from the luxury Cavendish Arms at Baslow to village pubs, unsurprisingly called The Devonshire Arms, at both Pilsley and Beeley. The latter is an old, traditional stone inn with a not unpleasant extension and bedrooms are either in the main building or nearby cottages. Rooms are OK for a night or two but not quite the ultra professional standards one expects of the "Chatsworth Brand". Unfortunately, the evening menu is limited and unchanging. The option/addition of daily "special" dishes would improve matters no end. Service 'though timely can be somewhat amateurish.. Drinks are relatively expensive and in particular, mediocre and overpriced best describe the wine list. A word or two of caution at breakfast - unbelievably, toast is a DIY affair and watch out for smoked salmon "suffocated" by bottled hollandaise sauce as well as gammon-like bacon unless you request more normal thickness. With more attention to service, choice and pricing this place could be so much better. P.S...Wi-Fi connection ranges from "poor to non-existent". Collapse
Just Misses the Mark
Stay Date: 05/2017, AdmiralBarrable wrote this review.
The Devonshire Arms has so much going for it: a beautiful location on the Chatsworth Estate; newly decorated rooms which are clean and well equipped; local produce in the restaurant; friendly staff. But at the prices charged we wouldn't have expected… See more
The Devonshire Arms has so much going for it: a beautiful location on the Chatsworth Estate; newly decorated rooms which are clean and well equipped; local produce in the restaurant; friendly staff. But at the prices charged we wouldn't have expected so many rough edges. Our room, Peak Dale,was above the kitchen - and in particular above a new refrigeration unit that whirred noisily and almost without stopping throughout the night. Difficult to sleep with the window open and too hot to sleep with it shut. In the restaurant the prices are high: the 'pub classics' were the best value, but some of the 'gastro' dishes just don't deliver. Wine was especially overpriced. The young staff were willing, but most would have benefited from some elementary training: they shouldn't, for example, be spray-cleaning tables next to diners or shifting furniture. There didn't seem to be an experienced manager around during the three days of our stay. Little of this would matter if The Devonshire Arms didn't aim to be a cut, and a price, above the rest. So we left feeling that in spite of the good things, we had been a little cheated. It could, and should, have been so much better. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, Veronica T wrote this review.
Not knowing what to expect we were taken to the ground floor of a delightful cottage across the road. The Devonshire Arms had a charming restaurant both inside and a terrace. Food was very good and staff pleasant
Not knowing what to expect we were taken to the ground floor of a delightful cottage across the road. The Devonshire Arms had a charming restaurant both inside and a terrace. Food was very good and staff pleasant Collapse
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