By Travelzoo Staff
Follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and Lord Byron with a stay at the Rutland Arms Hotel in the Peak District. Now £99 per room, this exclusive deal saves 57%.
Why we love it
- Overnight stays in Bakewell, within the Peak District National Park, are now £99 per room
- Includes a £25 credit per person towards dinner at the AA-Rosette-awarded the Square Restaurant and full English breakfast
- The Rutland Arms Hotel was built in 1804 and is said to be the birthplace of the Bakewell pudding
- This Georgian property has also hosted Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, JMW Turner and Lord Byron
- Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, where 2005's "Pride and Prejudice" was filmed, are nearby
Rutland Arms Hotel
Bakewell, DE45 1BT
Tel: 01629 812812
What's included & when
- Valid for Sunday-Friday stays from 1 October-13 December
- Overnight accommodation for two in a Double Room in the Main Building
- £25 credit per person towards dinner
- Full English breakfast
A 2-night stay, with bed and breakfast on the second night, is £149 per room.
The small print
This voucher is valid for an overnight stay for two in a Double Room in the Main Building, with full English breakfast and a £25 credit per person towards dinner. Vouchers are valid for Sunday-Friday stays from 1 October until
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13 December. Subject to availability. Rooms at this price are limited, so early booking is advised. See below for full terms and conditions.