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We have 10 hotels in Bakewell.

 
 
Rutland Arms Hotel Bakewell Star Rating 3        
The Square

Set in a stone-built house dating from 1804 and an adjacent courtyard building, this historic Georgian hotel is reputedly where Jane Austen stayed, while writing 'Pride and Prejudice'. It's off the A6, 2.1 miles from Haddon Hall and 4.
Bagshaw Hall Star Rating 4        
Bagshaw Hill

Set in a grand stone-built mansion dating from 1650, this upscale aparthotel is a 10-minute walk from Bakewell town centre and 4.6 miles from Chatsworth House.Suites have contemporary decor and furnishings, including leather or carved wooden beds, and come with kitchenettes and living areas, some with marble fireplaces.
Sleep Lodge Bakewell Star Rating 4        
Fly Hill

Set in a grand stone-built mansion dating from 1650, this upscale aparthotel is a 10-minute walk from Bakewell town centre and 4.6 miles from Chatsworth House.Suites have contemporary decor and furnishings, including leather or carved wooden beds, and come with kitchenettes and living areas, some with marble fireplaces.
The Red Lion Bakewell Star Rating 3        
The Square

Set in a 17th-century coaching inn overlooking Bath Gardens, this traditional pub with rooms is also 2.1 miles from Haddon Hall and 4.3 miles from Chatsworth House.
River Walk B&B Star Rating 3        
3 New Lumford

Overlooking the River Wye, this family-run bed-and-breakfast is a 15-minute walk from Bakewell town centre, a 17-minute walk from the Monsal Trail and 4.2 miles from Chatsworth House.The cosy rooms are individually decorated in both quaint and more modern styles.
Terrafirma Guest House Bakewell Star Rating 3        
The Avenue

In a redbrick Victorian-era home, this family-run B&B is 1.1 miles from the medieval manor, Haddon Hall, and 4.6 miles drive from the 16th-century stately home, Chatsworth House.
The Peacock Bed and Breakfast Bakewell Star Rating 3        
Bridge Street

Dating from 1819, this traditional country pub with rooms in a converted stable block is a 12-minute walk from the Monsal Trail, 2.2 miles from Haddon Hall and 4.3 miles from Chatsworth House.
Braeside Cottage Bed and Breakfast        
South Church Street

Situated just 10 minutes' walk from the town centre of Bakewell, the the cosy Braeside Cottage Bed and Breakfast offers free onsite parking and rooms with free WiFi. This historic country cottage features wooden flooring throughout.Overlooking the garden, each south-facing room includes a flat-screen TV, a work desk, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Bed and breakfast One Castle Street        
1 Castle Street

Bed and breakfast One Castle Street is located in the centre of Bakewell, within a 10-minute walk of several restaurants, cafes and pubs. This Grade II listed property is part of Lord Edward Manners' Haddon Estate and offers free WiFi access in many rooms.Each room here will provide you with a garden view, a TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
The Castle Inn Bakewell Star Rating 3        
Castle Street

A delightful traditional Inn built in the 16th Century, on the A619 as it crosses the River Wye at Bakewell Brdige. This local pub with rooms is famous for its open fires and floral displays..
 
 
More on Bakewell .
 
Bakewell is a small market town and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England, well known for the local confection Bakewell Pudding. It is located on the River Wye, about thirteen miles southwest of Sheffield.