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The Maynard

Peak District, Derbyshire

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Doubles  £95 - £155
Family Room  £145

Room rate includes full breakfast and VAT

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Best Loved Recommends

  • Upgrade to a suite for romantic weekends away. Room 14 has an enormous bed, an open plan bath with a huge stand alone bath tub and a floor-to-ceiling view
  • Eating in – the food here is really very good
  • Bring your walking boots. Froggatts Edge and the Great Ridge Walk running from Mam Tor, reached via Castleton, to Lose Hill are two walks that we would recommend
  • The ‘plague village' of Eyam

Things To Do Nearby

Chatsworth House is only seven miles away. The village of Castleton, in the High Peak, is a 20 minute drive. Here you can visit the Blue John Caverns and walk (or drive) to the top of Winnats Pass – a narrow cleft surrounded by limestone pinnacles. Castleton is also the starting point for one of the area’s best walks, the Great Ridge, which runs from Mam Tor to Lose Hill. If you like walking, are relatively fit and have the right gear with you this is a walk that should not be missed. There are plenty of good tea shops and pubs in the village too for when you come off the hill late in the day. There are also many great walks to be had around Dovedale and the Ladybower Dam and Howden and Derwent reservoirs. The RAF’s 617 Squadron (the Dambusters) practiced their low level flying techniques over Derwent reservoir as part of their preparation for the bouncing bomb attacks on German dams. There’s a memorial to the boys of 617 in the gatehouse to the Western Tower of the Dam. The small Derbyshire towns of Bakewell (think tart) and Buxton (think natural spring water) are lovely places to visit, whilst the story behind the ‘plague village’ of Eyam is both moving and fascinating.

Best Loved Quotes

  • “Rooms immaculate. Food top drawer. Staff great. ” Liz, Edinburgh
  • “Lovely Friendly Staff. A real delight!” Mr Marshall, Ripon
  • “Best hotel stay in ages with the added bonus of being allowed our dog!” S. Green
  • “We have felt very much 'at home; here with exceptionally friendly & helpful staff, a welcoming and warm atmosphere and a lovely warm and cosy hotel. Thank you all. ” Mr & Mrs Pinder, Shropshire
  • “This is our 4th visit and you just do it all so brilliantly that's why we come back - its such a lovely place run by commited, great people. Thank you. ” Mrs Smeaton-Small, Suffolk

Who's in Charge

David Duffy, General Manager

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When you're not in your room

Garden, Restaurant And Bar

Close by

Golf, Hiking, Cycling

Need a Caddie?

Name: Bakewell
Distance: 6 miles
No. of holes: 18, Par:

On Business

2 meeting rooms/max 300 people

Weddings & Occasions

Licensed for weddings

Internet Access

Wi-Fi available

Kids & Pets

Kids welcome
Pets welcome

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