Devonshire Arms at Beeley
(Chatsworth Estate) 4 4 Star:
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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 628 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
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
Christmas stay, not much Christmas joy
Stay Date: 02/2018, Leica_1965 wrote this review.
We had eaten at the Devonshire Arms a number of times in 2017 and always found the food to be very good and it has a small area before the main restaurant where you can have your dog with you but still have a good seat and a table with a tablecloth a… See more
We had eaten at the Devonshire Arms a number of times in 2017 and always found the food to be very good and it has a small area before the main restaurant where you can have your dog with you but still have a good seat and a table with a tablecloth and waitress service. We decided to book for Christmas a three day break it was around £1,000 for bed breakfast, Christmas lunch and evening meal and breakfast and evening meal the other days. We arrived at 1300 on Christmas Eve we were told that we couldn’t check in until 1500, so we said we’d have something to eat we were told that there were no tables available! Then a couple came in behind us and asked at the bar if there were any tables for lunch and were told yes?? We pointed this out the chap at reception (a small section at one end of the bar) and he managed to find a table but we were told we had to be finished by 14.00. After a rushed meal we went to the bar area it was full, it was raining outside so we ended up sitting in the car until our room was ready, not a great start to our Christmas! Every table in the pub had been set out for eating with nowhere to sit if you just wanted a drink, so anyone coming in for a drink stood at the bar this meant you had large groups of drinkers standing over you whist you ate, at times this got very loud and boisterous with quite strong language being used. The staff seemed to be completely out of their the depth, the service was very poor we were left waiting a number of times. Twice during Christmas lunch I had to get up from the table to get the attention of the waiting staff. Unfortunately the food wasn’t up to the normal standard either Christmas lunch wasn’t great. It was that bad we decided to cut our stay short and leave after two nights, we were refunded the cost of the third night. We were then contacted by Gavin Williams the manager, he offered us a free one night stay and said for us to contact me directly when we were staying so he could insure he was there. We thought this was a really nice gesture and accepted the offer and booked for the first Friday in February. I have waited to leave this review until we had this trip. We went back in February and the service and the food was much improved there is a new woman running the waiting staff and when she was there the service improvement was noticeable. We did see Gavin Williams but he didn’t say anything to us I don’t understand why he asked to let him know when we were staying? There are still large groups of people drinking at the bar and as the night wore on the volume and the swearing grew a member of did staff eventually asked them to keep it down but it’s not very pleasant competing trying to be heard over a group of a large drunken people. This place really needs to decide what it wants to be a pub that does food or a fine dining restaurant? If you want people to come in for drink you should provide an area for them to sit/stand away from people eating, in the summer the place has a completely different feel and I’m sure it’s because the drinkers can sit outside on the lovely terrace area. The other reason we left at Christmas was we felt trapped in our room (the room was very nice) again this comes down to no communal areas to just sit and have a relaxing drink and a chat or read a book. Understand that the company want to maximise profit and filling the place with diners might seem a good way to do that but it’s not for us. £1,000 for a three night stay over Christmas is not a lot of money and maybe that should have triggered an alarm bell, but it wouldn’t have taken much to have made this a really nice experience. We just had the feeling we were in the way and that they had over stretched themselves for the number of staff and the inexperience of them. We will be back in the summer for lunch. Collapse
Fantastic anniversary stay.
Stay Date: 02/2018, Sammy E wrote this review.
We have just arrived home from an overnight stay in the iris room. What a lovely stay we had. We had a Groupon voucher for 1 night DBB. What great value it was. We arrived at 5pm and were checked in quickly, shown to our room which was across the roa… See more
We have just arrived home from an overnight stay in the iris room. What a lovely stay we had. We had a Groupon voucher for 1 night DBB. What great value it was. We arrived at 5pm and were checked in quickly, shown to our room which was across the road in a converted stone cottage. It looked very pretty from the outside. When we walked in it was warm and welcoming. It felt cosy compared to the winter weather outside. There was an espresso machine and some lovely complimentary biscuits and fruit. Well stocked mini bar and snacks available for a charge. Dab radio, books to read and a flat screen tv with freeview. The Wi-Fi had an excellent signal and was free. This was handy as the mobile signal in this area is weak at best. The bathroom was warm and contempory with a nice deep tub with overhead shower. We had a nice view of the river from our window. Dinner was booked for 7pm. We were seated in the bar area which was cosy with 2 wood burners on. This bring me on to the food, which was quite simply delicious. All 3 courses were a tasty and well presented in particular the belly pork was just full of flavour and cooked to perfection. We sampled a few different gins from there wide selection after dinner we moved to the bar which was warm and cosy. The drinks selection was wide and very reasonably priced. We were not stung with an excessive bill at checkout as can be the case in some hotels. We would definitely recommend this hotel and restaurant as either a stay or country meal out. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, CatnAlan wrote this review.
My father in law had a lung cancer and five weeks later the entire lung was out and he is back to health at 78, this little stay over was a lovely thank you to my wife an I who helped get them to appointments We live only an hour away but fancied a s… See more
My father in law had a lung cancer and five weeks later the entire lung was out and he is back to health at 78, this little stay over was a lovely thank you to my wife an I who helped get them to appointments We live only an hour away but fancied a stay here It’s a lovely one room pub with fires that’s had a few more stone rooms put on over the years and now has a brassiere on the end We stayed two nights over the road in a cottage with street views over the stream We ate all meals in the pub next to a rolling fire with big glasses of gin and mixers The room was modern and warm as outside it was 0’C but we walked up to the Chatsworth Hunting Tower about six miles away and were glad to be back in the pub near the fire with Irish coffee to warm us up Early February is a problem as most attractions are not open yet We would gladly go back as the location, accommodation and food was very good Look at the pictures Collapse
Great service and Food
Stay Date: 02/2018, Max M wrote this review.
We were a group of 14, booked in advance, efficient booking system and email confirmation. Fantastic location, great customer service and I have to say the staff were extremely helpful to manage our large, at times noisy group! The food was excellent… See more
We were a group of 14, booked in advance, efficient booking system and email confirmation. Fantastic location, great customer service and I have to say the staff were extremely helpful to manage our large, at times noisy group! The food was excellent, all of us commented on the quality of each dish, well done chef! Thank you Adam and team for your service. Highly recommend! Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Joel P wrote this review.
Have passed this picturesque pub many times but never stopped. We decided to call in for a drink. It is very cosy inside with a large choice of drinks. It is mainly set out for eating but always welcomes drinks only, especially in the summer where yo… See more
Have passed this picturesque pub many times but never stopped. We decided to call in for a drink. It is very cosy inside with a large choice of drinks. It is mainly set out for eating but always welcomes drinks only, especially in the summer where you can sit outside. The food menu looks very appealing but definitely on the gastro side rather than traditional pub fare. Worth the visit. Collapse
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