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Welcome to The Rutland Arms Hotel

Address: The Square, Bakewell, DE45 1BT

Telephone: 01629 812812

Hotel Description

The Rutland Arms, Bakewell was built in 1804 on the site of an old coaching inn and is situated in the Peak District National Park close to Chatsworth. The town is surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside and is ideal for visiting the local historic houses of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall. The Victorian Spa town of Buxton is only twelve miles away. The hotel offers a timeless elegance and the opportunity to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. All our rooms are comfortably furnished to ensure that your stay is a memorable one. Our staff are pleased to provide a high level of service and we look forward to welcoming you.

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Chatsworth House - Historical Houses

Chatsworth House - Historical Houses

Distance 2.86 miles (4.58 km)
Set in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth is one of the Treasure Houses of England. It is the family home of the Dukes of Devonshire. History; The house was built on land purchased by Sir William Cavendish in 1549 for 600. Sir William started construction of the house in 1552, but he did not live to see its completion, as he died in 1557. His widow, Bess of Hardwick completed the building work, and bequeathed the house to her son, Henry Cavendish. Henry sold the house to his younger brother William, who became the 1st Earl of Devonshire in 1618. The house was rebuilt by the 4th Earl/1st Duke from 1685-1707. 26 rooms are open to the public within the main house. Chatsworth contains a magnificent private art collection which has been built up by the Cavendish family over 450 years.

Chatsworth House - Historical Houses

Chatsworth House - Historical Houses

Distance 3.13 miles (5 km)
Set in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth is one of the Treasure Houses of England. It is the family home of the Dukes of Devonshire. History; The house was built on land purchased by Sir William Cavendish in 1549 for 600. Sir William started construction of the house in 1552, but he did not live to see its completion, as he died in 1557. His widow, Bess of Hardwick completed the building work, and bequeathed the house to her son, Henry Cavendish. Henry sold the house to his younger brother William, who became the 1st Earl of Devonshire in 1618. The house was rebuilt by the 4th Earl/1st Duke from 1685-1707. 26 rooms are open to the public within the main house. Chatsworth contains a magnificent private art collection which has been built up by the Cavendish family over 450 years.

Eyam Hall - Historical Houses

Eyam Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 4.99 miles (7.98 km)
Eyam Hall has been the much loved home of the Wright family for over 300 years. A guided tour of this remarkably unspoilt 17th century manor house affords a glimpse of history in miniature. Under the watchful gaze of the Wright ancestors, you will see the impressive stone flagged hall, the tapestry room, the bedroom with its magnificent tester bed and family costumes, and all manner of fascinating artefacts. The year is 1852. Find out how Peter Wright and his family celebrated Christmas. Costumed guides set the scene amidst the splendour of the house decorated for a festive 19th century Christmas. Telephone the hall for the dates of these festive tours. The Eyam Hall farm buildings have been converted into seven delightful craft units.