Queen Anne Inn

Great Hucklow, Derbyshire
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 2
  • From £53 per room per night

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Queen Anne Inn, a family-run free house welcoming visitors and locals alike with its relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Dating back to 1621 and set in lovely surroundings The Queen Anne really is a typical old style country inn with its history and character prevalent throughout.

Sample some of their mouth watering, home-made traditional country food while you enjoy a wide selection of wines, beers and spirits. If you are looking to stay in the area to enjoy the local sights and attractions, their fully refurbished AA 3-star quality double-bedded accommodation is available for one or more nights.

The south facing rear garden is child friendly and provides a secure playing area. Unfortunately, they do not allow dogs into the garden or inside the inn. Two recently refurbished double-bedded rooms with en-suite facilities are available to guests who are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay. Both bedrooms are on the ground floor and have easy access.

Great Hucklow is a pretty Derbyshire village of stone cottages nestling in the hillside at the heart of the Peak District National Park. Pleasant pastures are separated by ancient stone walls, where wild flowers and herbs thrive. While you are staying here, why not take the time to discover some of the many other attractions in this beautiful part of Derbyshire. Ask for details of walks and places to visit. They have a number of maps of the local area available for guests to use.

Ratings

  • AA 3 Star
National Rating
AA
3 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £72 per room per night

The Queen Anne offers two recently refurbished double-bedded rooms with en-suite facilities are available to guests looking for a peaceful and relaxing stay. Both bedrooms are on the ground floor and have easy access. Facilities include a TV, tea & coffee making facilities, ironing facilities on request, hair-dryer on request and fresh towels. Prices are fully inclusive of breakfast.

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