The Rutland Arms Hotel dates back to 1804 and is set in the majestic Peak District National Park in the picturesque town of Bakewell. The hotel is perfect for those looking to explore the sights and sounds of the area as it lies equidistant from the beautiful towns of Matlock and Buxton and the Rutland Arms Hotel itself is nestled comfortably on the outskirts of the famous Chatsworth estate.
The Rutland Arms lays claim to being the site where the world famous Bakewell pudding was invented, in the kitchens of the hotel itself. Bakewell is both an exciting place to visit and relaxing market town to explore, and it is full of history and sits in a stunning countryside setting.
The AA describes the Rutland Arms Hotel as a welcoming place to visit full of friendly, attentive staff. They extend particular praise to the restaurant, noting that it serves "interesting fine dining in elegant surroundings."
A number of the rooms boast four poster beds and there are also a number of family rooms available.