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Buxton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We booked the restaurant last weekend (16th July) to celebrate my husbands 50th birthday. There were discussions prior to the evening with Emma regarding any special foods, drinks etc to tailor our requirements. There was a warm welcome from Nick, where we had drinks at the bar before sitting at our table. There were 13 in our party so we...

1Thank heatherbanks17
Reviewed 25 June 2016

We stayed one night on 21 June. We chose this hotel because we liked the name most based on several hotels and B&Bs that came up our our GPS. It proved a good choice, with easy parking and free wifi, and the central location made walking to and from town convenient. The owners make their guests feel very welcome and...

Thank pablo6804
Kidsgrove, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 June 2016 via mobile

I booked for dinner with my wife on arrival we had a warm welcome, and didn't have to wait long for our table. We had great table service and food was quickly served. We didn't manage dessert. The food we did receive was lovely the atmosphere very relaxed and warm. Great place for that special night, would highly recommend, thanks...

Thank matrachel08
Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

We stayed in 3 double rooms for my daughters wedding. The hosts were very welcoming and made us feel right at home from the start. The breakfast was superb and were accommodating in changing the menu slightly for my Four-year old granddaughter. The rooms were spacious and had tea and coffee facilities. Would go again.

Thank Shirley W
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 May 2016

This was my second visit to this lovely restaurant which is set within a hotel. The food, wine, ambience and atmosphere were all very very good and we were looked after very well by the owner and his attentive staff. Will return soon.

Thank william w
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 November 2015

Recently dined here after a gap of a few years. We,d had reports from friends about delays with the arrival of the food, but we decided to give it a try. We arrived 15mins early and were promptly given a menu while we had a drink. I immediately got the impression that little had changed. The Tables are arranged so...

Thank John T
Reviewed 14 October 2015

Stayed here for 3 days. Room (1) a bit small and basic but had all amenities. Bathroom was also very small. Welcome was good and coffee was welcoming. Breakfast was OK although a bit repetitive, same fruit juice and same fruit every morning. Good cooked breakfast.

Thank Leedsdave
Leek, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 September 2015

My son came over to stay with us, to take me out for a special birthday meal, we thought we'd try the Peak Weavers for a change. The first bad experience was my drink being served in a blood stained glass, it was replaced, but it would have been a nice touch if it had been replaced for free, and...

2Thank debwitch
weavy96, Owner at Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant, responded to this review

Dear Mrs Jones, We are sincerely sorry that your evening wasn't quite as you'd hoped. I do apologise once again for the blood on your glass ( I had nicked my finger whilst opening a drink but didn't realise that it was bleeding ) and thought that by replacing the drinks & apologising this would be acceptable. It was a...

Central Beds
Reviewed 17 September 2015

We were delighted to discover this comfortable establishment for one night's B&B when attending a friend's 90th birthday party. Sorry to miss the owners, Nick & Emma, but were looked after well by Nick's parents. Were helped with luggage and served a very good full English breakfast. Were able to book two rooms for £90 and slept well in a...

1Thank Nick S
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 August 2015

My fiancé and I stayed for one night on our way to the Peak District. I am originally from Staffordshire and know Leek very well but hadn't known about Peak Weavers until we searched online. We weren't disappointed! This delightful hotel, which was a former convent, is tucked away in King Street but has it's own car park with ample...

2Thank KarenMillthorpe

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  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Breakfast included
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Public Wifi
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Built in 1828 for a local mill owner the Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant stands in its own grounds close to Leek town centre. It was sold by the Wardle family in the 1860’s and became the convent to the Catholic Church. For nearly 120 years it remained so until in 1978 it was converted to a Guest House and restaurant. The Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant takes its name from its close proximity to the Peak District and from the industry that shaped the town of Leek. Fine examples of weaver’s cottages can be seen on King Street, their third storey catching optimum hours of daylight to enable Leek’s women of yesteryear to work their looms from dawn to dusk. In 1999 husband and wife team, Nick and Emma Bettany, took over the Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant and set about restoring the period property to its former glory. An ongoing policy of refurbishment has resulted in the bed and breakfast accommodation being graded at 4 Star by the English Tourism Council and the AA. The 40 cover restaurant, under Emma’s guidance, is a previous “Taste of Staffordshire” award winner and has subsequently been awarded an AA Rosette. In September of 2005 the Peak Weavers was judged runner up in Staffordshire Small Restaurant of the Year by a panel of RAC food inspectors. Also in 2005 Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant attained membership of the Peak District Cuisine initiative in recognition of its support for local producers, the first, and currently only restaurant in the Leek area to do so. Breakfast is served in the restaurant and also makes good use of local produce. For the business traveller wireless internet access is available throughout the Guest House and is included in the bed and breakfast tariff. The accommodation is completely smoke free. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant

Address: King Street, Leek ST13 5NW, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Staffordshire > Leek
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Peak Weavers Rooms & Restaurant Leek, Staffordshire
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“Did not use Hotel to stay, only dined there.”
 of 5 bubbles O8056BYjohnt, 6 Nov 2015 | Read review
“No lift, but only one flight of stairs. Front rooms have better outlook.”
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“Room 11 has a double and single bed with large bathroom on top floor. There is a room on the ground floor if you are less able. We stayed in two single rooms 2 and 6 which were more than adequate.”
 of 5 bubbles barbara186273, 29 Jun 2015 | Read review
“I think I had room 4 which was very tastefully decorated and to a high standard, displaying Nick's beautiful painting. It was also very peaceful, cosy and a perfect size.”
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“They provide different rooms and will help anyone to choose the room that suits them best”
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