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What We Love

  • An award-winning hotel and gastropub on the edge of the Peak District, with breakfastGetting a taste of what makes this hotel a Gastro Pub of the Year 2016 winner
  • Exploring the nearby Peak District National Park, one of the UK’s most popular walking destinations
  • Cozying up by the roaring fire after a long bracing walk

What To Know

  • Standard rooms are pleasantly spacious and well-appointed
  • The hotel is conveniently located for those looking to explore more of the English countryside, especially Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Hardwick, and Matlock
  • Free WiFi can be a bit patchy
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A cozy, four-star retreat near England's spectacular Peak District, with an optional dinner allowance

The Lowdown

Much more than a bistro with rooms, the four-star Peak Edge Hotel complements its award-winning dining with top-notch accommodations. Rainfall showers, four-poster beds and countryside or lake views are just some of the attractions that await at this Gastro Pub of the Year 2016 winner.
As its name suggests, this AA-rated hotel is on the edge of the stunning Peak District. Within reach of this national park’s rivers, spas and moors, plus the market towns of Chesterfield, Buxton and Bakewell, you’ll easily see why this region is regarded as one of the UK’s favorite walking and rambling spots.
Following a day of exploring, you can pamper your own natural beauty in the on-site spa, which offers treatments by Dermalogica, Fake Bake and O.P.I, or celebrate yet more of the local landscape in the bistro’s regionally focused menu.

How to Get There

Peak Edge Hotel
Darley Road
Chesterfield, United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 1000 Reviews
Dales visit.
Reviewed 5 hours ago

Stayed here as we were looking to see if we would like to buy a property. In the first instance the wonderful receptionists compiled a list of estate agents, nice villages and useful information while we had lunch in the Red Lion next door. We had an excellent room with great views. The bed was comfortable and tea, coffee and biscuits provided. Even better was fresh milk in the fridge along with complimentary water. The bar/restaurant was superb. We ate dinner each night of our stay and the choice and quality of the food was excellent. Breakfast was plentiful with a huge choice. We would not hesitate to stay here again and recommend the hotel....even if we decided not to buy a house.

Not as good as expected
Reviewed 6 days ago

Visited on a sunday for lunch,building is very impressive and has an old inn feeling to it,staff smart and polite but not welcoming,every where was very clean and well presented,starter of smoked salmon was delicious looked good and good value,then came the kake main dish very disappointing the fish was overcooked the beans and peas were tasteless,very bland and the broth also had no flavour,worse of all it was cold as were all our mains,i would say probably sat on the pass to long,service was quite slow,at a cost of £118 for 4 people I did expect more,might have just been an off day,but there are better in the area.

Wow great stay
Reviewed 6 days ago

We have just returned from a wonderful stay at.the hotel. We stayed in the York suite and it was absolutely fab. The staff go over and above to assist and help and that.is all staff we encountered. The food in the restaurant breakfast and evening meal was fantastic, the best.meal in a hotel for a very long time. We will definitely return as we had.such a great stay. Thank you all.

Totally committed staff.
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed overnight 15/16 March 2019 while major alterations were being carried out to the pub which is in fact part of the hotel. Brilliant organisation by totally committed staff ensured that the premises retained it's 4 star image throughout our stay. Our room was very spacious with everything 'covered' including fridge, safe, large tv, bath OR shower, air conditioning and, of course, that beautiful Peak view. Evening meal was first class as was that large breakfast including two of the best sausages I have ever tasted. Thank you Peak Edge, you did yourselves proud under challenging conditions (Major alterations).

Two points regarding this hotel I would like to highlight.

1. Those smart young members of the restaurant staff are a credit to whoever trained them.

2. I felt more welcome and comfortable by the quality of the room, catering and the standard of staff at The Peak Edge than in many

Fabulous hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a beautiful hotel this is. The rooms are so gorgeous and extremely well appointed. Whoever decorated it has amazing taste as it’s contemporary but warm. The staff are so friendly, welcoming and professional. The food is fantastic- I cannot speak highly enough of this hotel, perfect 👌🏻