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Yorkshire Bridge Inn
Ashopton Road
Bamford
Derbyshire

S33 0AZ | View map
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A warm Peak District welcome to the famous, pet friendly AA 4 star Yorkshire Bridge Inn and Country Hotel - situated almost on the shores of Ladybower reservoir in Derbyshire's lovely Hope Valley.Our 14 en-suite bed roomed Peak District hotel plus nearby luxury apartment accommodation help satisfy the increasing demand for holidays and short breaks in this wonderful part of the country. Ideally located for a few days 'away from it all', the Yorkshire Bridge Inn is located in Bamford at the heart of the UK's oldest National Park with superb walking from the front door!Our famous hotel is also close to Chatsworth House, Castleton, Bakewell, Dovedale and many more places of interest in and around the Hope Valley and beyond. This is the Yorkshire Bridge guide to things to do in and around our famous country inn. Walking, cycling, bird watching or some great photo locations that we can divulge - the Yorkshire Bridge Inn will help you get the most out of your stay in the Peak District!Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. Well behaved dog accepted in ground floor double en-suite room (A charge of £5.00 per night will be applied to the customer's bill). Off street parking facilities available. Check-in time: 15:00 check-out time: 10:30

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