Owned by The Duke of Devonshire and located within the Chatsworth Estate, The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is ideally placed for visitors to Chatsworth’s magnificent house and garden and surrounded by idyllic countryside.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is renowned for its delicious gastro pub dining, which has been awarded one AA rosette. Diners have a choice of the traditional bar area or the colourful Brasserie-style restaurant, or even ‘’al fresco’ dining on the terrace. Estate-farmed and local, artisan-made produce feature regularly on the menus, and the cosy pub is popular with locals and visitors alike.
What makes a stay at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley unique?
Renowned for sourcing local food and brewed ales, the Inn serves a selection of exquisite dishes seven days a week and is the proud recipient of an AA Rosette rating. Also housing fourteen stylish rooms and suites, The Devonshire Arms is the perfect place to stay when exploring Chatsworth and the Peak District National Park.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley?
The bar serves light refreshments throughout the day and evening, and the Beeley dining menu is available in the bar area as well as The Brasserie, or possibly one of the outdoor seating areas.
What is the signature dish at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley?
Please see the website for up to date menus by clicking the 'go to their website' button at the top of the page. Dishes change according to the season and produce, and therefore the wine list is edited accordingly.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley?
Double rooms and suites are available with each room displaying outstanding comfort and its own unique style with extras provided to make one's stay memorable. Four of the rooms are housed in the main Inn; with a further four located down the garden path in Brookside House. Further rooms are located opposite in Beeley's adjacent village dwellings, Dove Cottage and 1 Devonshire Square. Well-behaved dogs are allowed in Brookside house only.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Matlock area?
Chatsworth is only a few minutes away by car from either inn, is a national treasure, and one of Britain’s best loved and well-known stately homes, seat of the Cavendish family for sixteen successive generations. With 30 rooms to explore and art and treasure spanning 4000 years of history, there is plenty to discover.