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Hotels in Hathersage

George Hotel
Main Road
Hathersage
Derbyshire

S32 1BB | View map
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The history of the George dates back to at least the fifteenth century and the oak beams and exposed interior stone walls give it a wonderfully welcoming and relaxed atmosphere further enhanced by open fires in the cooler months.
Set in the beautiful village of Hathersage in the middle of the Peak District National Park, with many shops, pubs and walks a short distance from the front door. Chatsworth House and Park are only 7 miles from the George at Hathersage and are well worth a visit. However, you'll not want to leave the hotel and instead enjoy the wonderful food in our two Rosette awarded George's restaurant.
Guest comments include; friendly, good service, efficient and approachable staff, relaxing, wonderful atmosphere, fantastic food under the direction of Head Chef, Helen Prince. Conference/Business Facilities, Wedding Venue / Licensed for Civil Ceremony

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Nearest Train Station: Hathersage
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Ratings/Awards: AA 86% 3 SILVER STAR AWARD
Number of Rooms: 24
Number Ensuite: 24

Price per Person

Double: 69.50 - 90.00
Twin: 69.50 - 90.00
Single: 75 - 140
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Restaurant

Name: George's
Cuisine: English/European
Chef: Helen Prince
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
4 Points Good Food Guide

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