The Devonshire Arms, Beeley

The Devonshire Arms
Devonshire Square Beeley
Nr Matlock Derbyshire

Beeley is one of those picturesque country villages that visitors to the English countryside love to discover. Built mostly from local honey coloured sandstone it includes a traditional village inn - The Devonshire Arms. Converted in 1747 to a coaching inn from three cottages the Devonshire Arms boasts some celebrated patrons including King Edward VII and Charles Dickens who both stayed there.

The Devonshire Arms' eight bedrooms are equipped and designed for the 21st century guest with every comfort in mind. Four rooms are located in the inn and four are just a few seconds stroll along the garden path in Brookside House. The rooms are all named after some of the picturesque local dales which you are able visit during your stay. 

The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is an ideal base for exploring this beautiful part of the Peak District.