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The location and being next to a pub is conveniennt. There are seats outside where you can enjoy the sun. Check out and check in is simple
My only complaints is that the shower temperature was a choice between freezing cold or boiling hot! I...More
We thought we would try out The Duke Of Wellington , it was good , so tasty I had a Tikka masala and it was gorgeous, my husband had an ale and beef pie and he drooled, the only thing was it was to much...More
We stayed here for one night in June '17 which was booked months ago.Great little inn with accommodation in converted out buildings. Very tastefully decorated, small ensuite but adequate. Staff very friendly and helpful and food was excellent. Several outside areas for enjoying a quiet...More
I stayed here with my father as we were visiting the Chatsworth Flower Show.
Situated a good distance from Chatsworth this is a well run pub, with standard food fare and good, clean recently refurbished rooms at the back.
It's good value. There's plenty of...More
Spent a very enjoyable 2 nights at the Duke of Wellington.lovely rooms at the back of the pub in an enclosed courtyard.some of the rooms are dog friendly,the pub is also dog friendly.breakfasts are very good and informal.The main menu is good but not special...More
Response from drewrevell | Reviewed this property |
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.