Castle Inn, Bakewell
We're making a comeback on Monday 17th May.
Bookings now available for Spring/Summer Staycations at the Castle Inn, Bakewell! You’ve spent most of 2021 going for a “nice walk”, drinking warmish wine you forgot to chill and re-watching Line of Duty, BUT not for much longer - it's time to escape for a well deserved staycation!
A quaint 16th-century inn nestling in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, close to the Chatsworth Estate, The Castle Inn is one of our much-loved properties. With just six bedrooms it’s small but perfectly formed. And we’re dog-friendly too. Perfect for taking long walks across the Peaks.
Historic and picturesque, Bakewell is on the banks of the meandering River Wye. And The Castle Inn makes a friendly, cosy place to stay. It’s a great base for walking, hiking, running, climbing, or simply exploring the market town of Bakewell, and surrounding towns and villages. And when you’re ready for a good night’s rest, our rooms are spacious and comfy, with all the original features and modern touches you expect. Perfect for relaxing.
This is a pet friendly hotel. There is limited availability on our rooms for pets and are offered on a first come, first served basis. All bookings with pets must be pre-booked - please contact the hotel directly or call 0345 608 6040 to check availability and to complete your booking.
All online bookings made online will also save 20% off food at our hotel restaurant during their entire stay. T&Cs apply.
Book With Confidence: All online bookings can be cancelled free of charge up to 12pm on the day of arrival. Plus, you don't need to make any payments until you check-in (just book with card to secure your booking). You may notice some differences in our hotels that are designed to keep you and our team safe and so your can enjoy a short break just like before.
Alongside our 5 key Pub Safe promises - we have taken extra measures to ensure all rooms are fully cleaned before you arrive: Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting of all hand contact services, reduced paper literature, anti-viral washing of all towels and linens and frequent cleaning of common areas.