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Located on the Chatsworth House Estate, The Cavendish Hotel restaurants has won an AA 2 Rosette Award. The hotel offers locally sourced food and free Wi-Fi.
The Cavendish Hotel, originally the famous Peacock, is located in the heart of the Peak District. The hotel is steeped in history, with perfect views and peaceful surroundings.
Throughout the hotel you will find open fires, oak beams, antique furnishings, fresh flowers and friendly staff. And yet this oasis is located just 15 minutes from Sheffield and 20 minutes off the M1.
Hotel Chain: Classic British Hotels
When would you like to stay?
- Non-smoking rooms
- Express check-in/check-out
- Luggage storage
- Non-smoking throughout
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Golf course (within 3 km)
- Room service
- Meeting/banquet facilities
- Business centre
- Dry cleaning
- Breakfast in the room
- Ironing service
- Bridal suite
- Souvenirs/gift shop
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus (on request)
- Trouser press
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
These are general hotel policies for . As they may vary per room type; please also check the room conditions.
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 12:00 hours
Children and extra beds
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted credit cards
- American Express
- Diners Club
The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.
Originally the famous Peacock Inn, the building was the property of the Duke of Rutland and served the turnpike between industrial Chesterfield and the spa town of Buxton.
It became the Duke of Devonshire's property around 1830 and in the early 1970s was rebuilt as the Cavendish by Chatsworth Estate. The original character was preserved and the Duchess of Devonshire selected the decor and furnishings, some of which came from Chatsworth House itself.
Food & beverage
In the Gallery Restaurant, imaginative food is created from fresh ingredients and is served in relaxed and sumptuous surroundings. The dishes are exciting and stylishly presented, and the restaurant features some interesting fine art and a view of Chatsworth. The à la carte menu emphasises the use of fresh ingredients, many locally sourced, but with an unexpected twist here and there.
The wine list offers about 70 different wines, ranging from classics to exciting New World wines. There is an extensive half-bottle selection and many wines are offered by the glass.
All the Cavendish standard bedrooms overlook Chatsworth Estate in the Peak District and are luxuriously appointed with twin or double beds.
The superior rooms are generally larger rooms which occupy the original Peacock Inn (with the exception of two) and include four poster, brass
or king size beds, luxury bathrooms, fine art and antique furniture. Many feature original iron fireplaces.
Chatsworth Country Fair (annually in September)
Chatsworth Horse Trials
Birdwatching at Carsington Water
Christmas Lights at Chatsworth (House decorated for the festive season)
Commerce and shopping in ancient Sheffield and nearby Meadowhalls shopping mall
Chesterfield's conspicuous crooked spire from M1 junction 29
In rustic Bakewell, celebrated puddings and cattle market
History and culture at Chatsworth, Hadwick and Haddon Hall
Tradition and lore of well-dressings surrounding Eyam
Climbing or walking the scenic Peaks and Pennine Way
Gliding from Hucklow
Cycling from Tissington and Monsal
Potholing, open mines and show caverns at Castleton
Golf at Bamford
Skiing at Edale and all year round on Sheffield's dry slopes
Theatre at Buxton's Opera and Sheffields Crucible and Lyceum
Concerts at Sheffield Arena
A centre for arts, crafts and antiques
An ideal location for Chatsworth House.
The hotel is 3 hours from London via the M1 motorway (nearest junction: 29) or train from Lodon St Pancras to Chesterfield (twenty minutes away)
East Midlands and Manchester Airport are an hour away.
Please note that bookings for the Gallery Restaurant should be made directly with the Hotel at the time of accommodation booking. The restaurant is extremely popular and tables cannot be guaranteed.