Rutland Arms Bakewell
|Lying equidistant from Matlock and Buxton and on the edge of the Chatsworth Estate, Bakewell is surrounded by spectacular countryside yet is easily accessible by road, rail and car.|
Ironically, with a past firmly intertwined with that of both Chatsworth and Haddon Hall, this thriving market town is now most famous for the Bakewell Pudding which originated here in the kitchens of the Rutland Arms.
Stay at The Rutland Arms and visit our
famous neighbours at Chatsworth,
just a few minutes' drive away.
Most important to guests is the quality of the food which is where the hotel's Square Restaurant comes into its own, continuing to impress diners with quality, style and presentation.
Of the 35 individually styled bedrooms, it is believed that Jane Austen stayed in room number two whilst visiting Chatsworth and revising the final chapters of her novel Pride and Prejudice.
Stay at The Rutland Arms and visit our famous neighbours at Chatsworth, just a few minutes' drive away.
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|Come and relax in our smart new bar and lounge . . . everyone is welcome! ||