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visited this restaurant last month with a friend and found the interior of The Devonshire Arms attractive and the food was delicious. We considered it to be an experience of fine dining. The location is popular of course.
We arrived at 2030 on a Sunday night without a reservation and managed to get a table - the waitress said it had been busy all day so pleased to have a table. The pub itself had a good atmosphere and decorated in a traditional...More
Took my grandchildren for Sunday lunch but were full so said we could go on cakes and sandwhiches part. We did now wish we hadnt bothered. Between 7 & 8 pounds for lamb, pork or beef on a crusty roll with 3 roast potatoes. Only...More
Visited on a Sunday afternoon. The pub was fairly busy, with a few diners in. The signs looked good. We were seated promptly. After looking at the menu, and deciding that we'd all try the Sunday roast, consisting of pork loins, Yorkshire pudding and vegetables,...More
I had booked the Devonshire Arms for a 2 day break to celebrate our wedding anniversary as we wished to visit Chatsworth House as well as enjoy the Derbyshire scenery. From the moment we arrived until we departed we could not have wished for a...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"