Raymond Singleton-McGuire states; 18th Century History, Jane Austin Suite What More!!

Raymond Singleton-McGuire states; truly, a remarkable historic centre-piece of Bakewell nestled in the heart of England’s Peak District National Park. Only a short drive, from the infamous Chatsworth House.

Raymond Singleton-McGuire reports; small by comparison with most hotels, but grand on the scale of days gone by. In fact, the courtyard and stables occupies a greater area representing the accompanying entourage of the aristocracy than the area the hotel occupies itself.

Raymond Singleton-McGuire states; pleasant staff, pleasant surroundings and a labyrinth of corridors almost in parallel with each other. Fabulous rooms with fantastic views over the Bakewell Square (which in actual fact is a roundabout!) In fact, all round, excellent views, excellent location.

Raymond Singleton-McGuire states; whilst meals are available at the hotel, in fact there is an establishment next door called the ‘Juniper’, which offers 52 gins from around the world! Recommended by the owner who unfortunately told us he had to test them all!!