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Spoons type setup....food basic but nice enough. Feel that if you are serving food it should be in a seperate area. Staff friendly though....most definately not a country inn. Good location for passing through and would recommend for local drinkers.
We stopped by whilst travelling through Matlock with two dogs.
We were pleased to be able to sit outside with them and enjoy a drink.
Staff were all friendly and welcoming and offered a good value for money
Although we enjoyed our stay at the Duke of Wellington it really can't be considered a country inn. The rooms are separate from the pub which is an advantage and they are clean and comfortable although quite compact. Both the bar and dining areas are...More
2nd visit to this establishment. The food is very nice, plentiful and very affordable. The three of us were stuffed full, drinks and coffees after, and all for less than £30. The landlord was also very amicable and the ambience was really good. I know...More
Would have been a 5 rating if the pub was not being redecorated, which is needed. However the food this lunchtime was superb value for money. They offer a 2 for £12 menu but my wife and I went for the specials board. I had...More
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US$70 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might... More
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might be best to just contact the place directly and inquire with them.
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"if you going to walk down the hill get a taxi back (steep hill) only £3"