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Bagshaw hill, Bakewell, DE45 1DL, United Kingdom – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds
Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night in a crib.
One child under 10 years is charged GBP 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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This 19th-century hotel between Matlock and Buxton is in the heart of the Peak District.
Score from 381 reviews Good
On the edge of The Peak District, this modern, boutique hotel boasts stylish rooms with LED TVs and countryside views.
Score from 252 reviews Wonderful
In the heart of the beautiful Peak District, The Chequers Inn is a 10-minute drive from Chatsworth House. The traditional country inn has a pub restaurant and real ale bar with free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 253 reviews Very good
Boasting a peaceful location in the beautiful Peak District, this enchanting property, dating back over 100 years, has been extensively refurbished to offer modern comforts while still maintaining its...
Score from 179 reviews Excellent
Excellent service ,and they actually come meet you in carpark. Nice rooms and clean ,Loved the jacuzzi bath in room
Sofa bed in room was Un comfy as that was main sofa
Location was convenient for town and the building itself was beautiful and very quiet at night - we had a lovely sleep
Stayed only one night and used kitchen to cook breakfast on Sunday am but no washing up liquid or dishwasher tablets available so difficult to get everything as clean as I would in my own kitchen, I assumed there would be basic materials supplied as described as luxury Also thought it expensive - £155 plus £15 for dog
It was ideal for our visit to the area. It was comfortable and provided us with a good base for Chatsworth, and other places of interest..
I would like to have found an information sheet, about the hall, in the room. Minor things regarding the heating. There was no hot water on our first night. Every thing was dealt with over the phone though we did meet a lady when we arrived but never saw he again. Incidentley, the hot water was sorted the following morning,after 8.00, by phone calls!
The room was comfortable, had good facilities and a great view.
The lack of reception and need to ring the number for anything, including check out, felt quite distanced from a personal service.
The hotel is somewhat impersonal - the owners aren't around. You have to phone them to check in and check out or get help with anything.
Location to the centre Lovely clean accommadation Pleasant staff
A dinning room should be provided, breakfast could then be provided as people turn up. Giving rooms a time that breakfast is going to turn up, is great, unless it`s late then you are chasing it up, it wasn`t very warm either when we did get it. 8.50 is a lot for a standard breakfast. It was a warm night, so we slept with the window open, in doing so we could hear the traffic through the night. My wife doesnt stay in places that have pets in the rooms because she suffers!, our fault we didn`t mention it when we booked, She Suffered!!!! It`s a lot to pay per night!
The location was fantastic, comfort of room was amazing.
That we were only there for one night!!!
Standard of furnishing although a bed cover was torn An excellent position
Had difficulty finding it. Some signage from the main road would have been very helpful
10 min walk into town
Nothing everything was broken, dirty very shabby. Spa bath spat out foul water. All the smoke detectors had the batteries taken out of them.
Bed very comfy, and big! Lovely setting Perfect location Reasonable price.
Couldn't get wifi in the Garden room. In garden room toilet was very very noisy.
Bagshaw Hall has all the character of an old building, with comfortable rooms & good facilities in an excellent elevated position just above Bakewell town centre. Having our own cooking facilities was a bonus.
Managing staff very friendly, attractive old building set on the hill with lovely views out and cute garden for guests to sit in.
Overall, a significantly lower standard than other B and Bs of comparable price in the Peaks/Dales/Moors districts. Not very clean. Basement bathroom drainage completely inadequate -- shower backs up and overflows before water even runs warm. Extremely noisy waste water pump. Smoke alarm functioning, but hanging off ceiling with wires exposed. Place needs a significant clean and much better attention to detail (i.e provide a bathmat, spare toilet roll...) to come up to the 'luxury' standard they seem to be aiming for. A pity because relatively little work would make the most of the nice old building. Appears to be co-managed with the 'SleepLodge' next door, so parking is shared and strictly first come, first served.
Comfortable but overpriced
Beautiful old building, friendly staff
Beautiful old building in gorgeous Bakewell Comfortable king bed Modern renovated room
Low beams Our room was below ground level Difficult access to room Tiny bathroom
The fact it was a listed building with original beams
Grouting in shower unit was black with mould growth and smell from drain. We stayed in the garden suite
Large room so plenty of space without bumping into each other.
Lack of bar. Kitchen area not really suitable for anything more complicated than toast or cold breakfast food.
The views ,the quiet, the room
The house has character. It was useful to have a kitchen. Location for seeing the town and the area very good. Rooms are nicely cleaned and tidied on a daily basis.
Almost no staff to find. No-one at a desk or easy to find for problems. Had to call for assistance, but no phone in the rooms. Not even a person for check-in and check-out without phoning. Suite was very small and rather cramped, though I saw some others that appeared very lovely. Parking very tight and made harder by location on a hill with a narrow one-way access pattern. Payment is a huge issue. Early information indicates that most forms of payment are accepted, though mentions a fee for using credit cards. There is no card reader available, so, in reality, payment by card is very hard. Payment by debit card is little better. The number would not be taken without a scanner, so it didn't work and I had to make other arrangements after leaving the hotel. This needs to be improved. Some basic maintenance is needed and a more complete cleaning would not go amiss, though day-to-day care is good. Wi-Fi would not work in the room and getting the password was remarkably difficult.
Left alone to do our own thing
Not enough parking space Continental breakfast is poor
Convenient for town, had direct access to front garden, comfortable bed, facilities for making our own breakfast.
Hardly saw any staff, bathroom cramped, slight smell from drain in shower, pump very noisy at times, terms and conditions not in line with those of Booking.com, money taken from card on day of arrival without telling us.
Very pleasant. Great location and a wonderful welcome on arrival. They could not do enough for you
Separate bedroom and living area. Kitchenette with washer-dryer, microwave, fridge, kettle and dish-washer Queen size bed Location above Bakewell with gardens and lovely views over town and across the Dales. Didn't take the car out during two day stay as we walked around the area. Small supermarket and plenty of eating places within walking distance
No door on en suite bathroom
Beautiful old building with lots of character and stunning views. Our old dog Molly was welcomed by staff and visitors and allowed to roam freely
Mattress very uncomfortable and not up to standard. Smell of drains periodically which was awful. To be fair an alternate room was offered. Sister took jacuzzi bath and brown scum came out of jets. Would have reported but she only told me once home. Did not meet my expectations of luxury
it was very well situated for the town the hall was quiet and rooms private which was what we wanted
the room we had was situated at the bottom of the hall the windows were very high up and it felt like you were in the basement also the cooked breakfast was eight pounds extra and wasnt worth the money but was nice to be served in the room
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