The Rutland Arms Hotel is situated in stunning scenery amidst The Peak District National Park. Set in the magnificent town of Bakewell, the Rutland Arms Hotel offers a hint of Georgian elegance in unrivalled surroundings. Built for the Duke of Rutland in 1804, today the building exudes a unique character with a warm, friendly atmosphere and the traditional charm reminiscent of that era.
The hotel and stable building dates back to 1804 and was built by the Duke of Rutland on the site of the old White Horse Inn. Each of the 35 rooms here at the Rutland Hotel are styled to ensure that the history of the buildings has been retained and many have enviable views of the town and surrounding landscape.
A selection of single, twin and double bedded rooms are available in both the main hotel building and the courtyard building which is situated across the road from the main building adjacent to our Antiques Centre. Family rooms and Four Poster rooms are also available.
Those in the main hotel building have recently been refurbished, a selection of which are pictured below. Although there is no lift at The Rutland Arms, you may request a ground floor room in the courtyard subject to availability.
All meals are taken in 'The Square', our award winning restaurant, or the hotel bar. The Square at the Rutland Arms Hotel is proud to be able to offer a huge variety of locally sourced fresh produce on their menus. By supporting local businesses such as growers, suppliers and tradespeople we are confident that you will find our food incredibly fresh and the taste will be absolutely sublime. The AA Rosette standard restaurant menus have won a variety of awards and are recognised as being excellent examples of culinary excellence in the Peak District. They are available throughout the day and offer a choice of local produce so you can sample the best that the region has to offer.
Chatsworth House is a must visit destination, being situated just three and a half miles from Bakewell. Chatsworth is currently the seat of the Dukes of Devonshire; in fact the House itself has been the home of the Cavendish family since 1549. Chatsworth House is famous (amongst many other things) for its beautiful garden that is carefully sculptured and maintained three hundred and sixty five days a year. Chatsworth is the home of a number of unique collections of paintings, drawings, sculpture (particularly neoclassical pieces), furniture and books. It has been voted the countries favourite country house many times over.
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Rates: From £65 to £200 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Off street parking.
3 Star AA.