Located on the edge of Peak District National Park, 2.5 miles from Chatsworth House and 5.7 miles from Matlock, Devonshire Arms at Beeley offers an ideal base for exploring the local area.
The elegant rooms are split between the main inn and 2 adjoining buildings and were designed by the Duchess of Devonshire. All include hot drink-making facilities, and some come with TVs. Rooms with en suite bathrooms are available, while others have separate bathrooms.
A locally sourced breakfast menu is available in both the original inn with its period features and in the colourful, contemporary brasserie. The Inn serves an array of mouth-watering dishes seven days a week and has an AA Rosette rating.
- Chicken liver and Cognac pate with onion, chutney and fruit bread
- Oak-smoked salmon salad with watercress, tomatoes, gem and caviar dressing
- East coast king prawns, garlic herb butter with rye bread and crushed avocado
- Chatsworth Estate Woodland pigeon with sun-blushed potato and white truffle oil
- Woodland mushroom and garden spinach tartlet with Oliver tapenade herb salad
- Soup of the moment with bread
- Chatsworth Estate Haunch of venison with duck fat potatoes, red cabbage, honeyed carrots, button sprouts and beef jus
- Norfolk bronze turkey crown with sausage bacon bon bons, red cabbage, button sprouts, honeyed carrots, duck fat roasties and turkey gravy
- Baked whole plaice with French beans, wild mushrooms, heritage potatoes and pea veloute
- Fillet of east coast hake with warm salad of potato, sun-blushed tomato with watercress and vintage cheddar cream
- Black olive and feta gnocchi with baby spinach, garden peas and tomato oil
- Textures of cauliflower with roasted, puree, crisp, fried fritters and Lyonnais potatoes
- Chocolate-iced parfait with freeze raspberries and orange syrup
- Coffee and hazelnut crème brûlée with biscotti
- Lemon and passion fruit cream fool with passion fruit sorbet
Groupon’s Guide to Peak District National Park
Covering 555 square miles of Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and South and West Yorkshire, the Peak District provides opportunities for many types of outdoor activities with an extensive network of footpaths, long-distance trails and cycling routes, and large expanses suitable for hiking.
Visitors may also explore a variety of heritage sites such as prehistoric caves filled with wall paintings, Roman and Norman landmarks, and monuments of the industrial revolution including. This region is also a home to a wealth of vibrant market towns where visitors may enjoy hearty dining and browse through antiques and arts and crafts shops.