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All reviews liver and onions prawn sandwich steak bakewell pudding rack of lamb toasties the main hotel georgian building overlooking the square traditional dining room breakfast room lovely hotel car park which is square restaurant recommend this hotel would stay again excellent stay
Nice building, needs some updating. I stayed in the Courtyard which is over the road, this is a really nice old set of houses.
Room was OK, had everything it needed but wouldn't set the world on fire.
Breakfast was nice and included.
Stayed here one night B&B. Hotel is pleasant enough on the surface, well located, quiet and welcoming enough. But room wasn't clean (fingernals on carpet from previous resident, dirty tissues by / under bed) and impossible to get hot water flow for shower. Queried the...More
They have a really good chef here and our dinner was really good. This is a traditional hotel and one of the benefits is that you can conduct conversation easily, because it is sot all hard surfaces. The service is good too.
Very nice Georgian building. Lovely outside and very nice interiors. Rooms were fine and clean - nothing extraordinary or worthy of complaint. The staff were a little unwelcoming in my opinion. Weren't particularly friendly on arrival and got completely cold shouldered during breakfast times. Lady...More
Spent 3 nights in the courtyard area of the Rutland Arms. The room was reasonably sized with a comfortable bed. However, there was no fresh air or air conditioning and the room was very stuffy. Also, there was very little or no pressure on the...More
We chose The Rutland Arms Hotel for our mum's 80th birthday celebrations for approximately 30 friends and family.
Having previously had the afternoon tea at this venue we had no hesitation in selecting this again. The whole planning process was first class and the use...More
Bakewell is a beautiful gem located in the Peak District National Park. After a lengthy wander around the shops and many cafes, we were a bit stuck as to where we wanted to have lunch, so many choices in this lovely town. We spotted the...More