Peak District: One Night Stay For Two With Cocktails, Dinner, and Breakfast for £65 at The Dog and Partridge Country Inn (Up to 61% Off)
- 17th century inn
- Restaurant uses locally sourced ingredients where possible
- Lounge bar with log fire
- Hot tub available for hire
- 7 miles from Alton Towers
- Driving distance from Chatsworth House
- En-suite room with a television and DVD player
- Cocktail each on arrival
- Choice of main course for dinner
- Continental breakfast
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Fri. Sat night stays incur £20 supplement. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday. Bedrooms situated in the grounds of the Country Inn. Limited weekend and school holiday availability. £20 supplement for additional children (aged 16 or under). £35 supplement for additional adult. Dog rate of £10 per dog per night available when booking. Includes main course each worth up to £16.95. Supplements up to £5 apply to steak. Original value based on hotel rack rate and most expensive menu options.
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Tucked into the southern pocket of the Peak District National Park, the Dog and Partridge Country Inn offers a warm respite from England's wild side.
Make leisure a walk in the park with today's Groupon: £65 for a one night stay for two with strawberry cocktails on arrival, dinner, and continental breakfast at The Dog and Partridge Country Inn.
A 17th century auberge set amid curving sweeps of Derbyshire farmland, The Dog and Partridge Country Inn offers family-run service on the hilly fringes of the Peak District. Long afternoons can be spent on the sun-shaded terrace or the bubbly froth of the outdoor hot tub, while evenings can be washed down with local ales found close to the log fire. Harvesting the area’s rich crop of fish and root vegetables, the hotel's restaurant uses directly sourced produce wherever possible, crafting traditional fair to fight the fiercest hiker’s hunger.
Head to Chatsworth House and take a turn about the grounds, then step inside to explore over 30 rooms ranging from regal receptions to the sculpture gallery and family chapel. The garden often plays host to contemporary artworks, and displays drawn from private collections and features an impressive lineup of masters. For an exhilarating thrill, Alton Towers is a short drive from the hotel, and for those who enjoy a little quieter exertion, the Peak District awaits with a web of hiking paths and broad views of England's rugged backbone.
• Standard double or twin room, with en suite facilities and a flatscreen TV
• Strawberry cocktail on arrival
• A main course each in the restaurant
• Continental breakfast
Train: The closest train stations are Stoke-on-Trent and Derby, both roughly 30 minutes away by car. Bus services are also available from Derby to near the hotel.
Road: The hotel is just off the A52, heading towards Derby and the M1 or Stoke-on-Trent and the M6.
85% of LateRoomers would recommend The Dog and Partridge Inn to their friends. They praised the warm reception from the staff and the rooms’ cleanliness, however guests thought the restaurant prices to be a bit dear.
Staying at The Dog and Partridge was a plesant [sic] experience, nice quite clean room, food was good but thought menu was a bit expensive £14 for Chicken Breast is a bit much for a Three Star Hotel.
– D Bennie, LateRooms, Mar 2012
It is in a great location for both walkers as we are, but also for families visiting nearby Alton Towers. We stayed as a couple but our chalet easily accommodated five. The bar is cosy and warm with a real fire and our meal in the restaurant was lovely.
– CarolK, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012