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This property is located close to Chatsworth House and we should have been able to gain a not insubstantial discount which we were unaware of as we visited Chatsworth House before arriving at the Devonshire Arms! This is a pleasant but, in today’s world where...More
We went to eat in the bar without having a booking. We placed our order, got our drinks and our starters arrived pretty quickly. We shared portions of deep fried squid and hummus which were both enjoyable. We then had a 45 minute wait for...More
Just back from our 3rd stay here, this time we had friend's with us for 1 of the 2 nights. The rooms were great, the welcome was very warm, the service was super friendly (the staff are fantastic) and the food (breakfast and dinner for...More
We had a fantastic two night stay at the Devonshire Arms. The service was exceptional - nothing to much trouble; even with kids (12&9) and a dog in tow. The family room with interconnecting doors and two ensures was ideal. Great food, company and drinks...More
Had a bank holiday break in the peak district .
Staff were great . Particularly Chris the assistant mgr . Went out of his way and the extra mile to make our stay special !
Will be back soon
Food was really fresh and catered...More
US$100 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I was looking at booking a room for 2 nights at the Devonshire Arms in Oct to celebrate my wife's birthday. Specifically the Chatsworth room on ground floor which would allow us to take our little dog. We have had meals in the Devonshire after walking in Chatsworth Estate and had good meals and service. However some of the recent reviews are making me question the idea, especially the hassle guests seem to have with parking fines. What business allows staying guests to be fined for parking in their car park?
14 September 2016|
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Hello, I would not be put off. There are signs everywhere about registering your car and the staff also asked us upon arrival. It's a very small car park and they have issues with people parking and leaving their car there... More
Hello, I would not be put off. There are signs everywhere about registering your car and the staff also asked us upon arrival. It's a very small car park and they have issues with people parking and leaving their car there for hours when they are not staying overnight or even in the restaurant! People who have ignored the signs or parked there when they should not have are then fined. You will appreciate this policy when staying there as you should get a parking space. It's a great place to stay and superb location
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"Some traffic noise early where room faces main road"