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The Rutland Arms Hotel
Matlock, Derbyshire



Set in the magnificent town of Bakewell in the heart of the Peak District National Park this 19th century hotel offers elegance and distinct history amid unrivalled surroundings. The Rutland Arms Hotel lies equal distance from both Matlock and Buxton, on the edge of the Chatsworth estate. The first ever Bakewell Pudding was made by a cook in the kitchens at the Rutland Arms. The timeless elegance of the hotel is marked by the 54 antique clocks which grace the public areas and portrayed in the 35 individually styled bedrooms, one of which it is believed that Jane Austin stayed in whist working on her novel Pride and Prejudice. Whether you require a moment’s relaxation; sustenance from award-winning menus; or a function or meeting room; the staff at the Rutland Arms are on-hand to ensure your visit to the hotel is a memorable one.

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