Above says it all really. It's a lovely old room, with mouseman furniture still, excellent and varied menu. A delight.
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It's the way restaurants used to be - formal (stuffy?), prim, silver service, formal waiters. Good menu in that it's not too big and ambitious with some seasonal specials. Three of us at a comfortable table and we were given due attention for drinks and...More
A birthday lunch for my partner after 14/15 years since we last dined at the Peacock ! A stunning ,tranquil, time forgot Hotel, The welcome was very professional and pleasant, the tall handsome barman quite charming ! Service impeccable. Taken through to the dining room...More
My wife and I dined at this Restaurant while staying at this hotel, for two nights, celebrating our Golden Wedding anniversary On the first night I chose as a main course the Monkfish with Ox Tail ? In the event the dish comprised a piece...More
I visited the Peacock for lunch with a friend as a bit of a treat. I'd never been and it had been years since her last visit. The place itself is lovely, the decor and general ambiance makes you feel as if you are walking...More
Tasty Haddock & Chips followed by Selection Sorbet The Staff found us a cosy Table in the corner of the Bar staff were attentive and very Helpful .
My daughter and I had an evening meal in the bar midweek. The food was good - we had 2 courses with wine and coffee. The service was also good. The downside is the price! I had expected The Peacock to be pricey but the...More
A real reminder of just what a quality lunch can be, inventive but not overly complicated and just allowing genuine quality local ingredients to put their best foot forward, and real value too. Highly highly recommended for those in search of understated elegance.
From the outside you get a feel of the establishment, up market and something special. We called for a few drinks whilst staying closeby at another local establishment. The bar has an air of refined dining and drinking with a bar service that could be...More
We stayed at The Peacock while attending a wedding nearby & only visited the restaurant for breakfast. The room was £129 for a double including breakfast so wasn't cheap for a pub stay. The staff were very nice & the room excellent, set in an...More
I think you have confused us with The Peacock pub in Bakewell, I am sure they would like to see your nice review on their page, please could you amend your review, see the link below for their page. Many thanks https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g209968-d1212268-Reviews-The_Peacock-Bakewell_Peak_District_National_Park_England.html