The George

Tideswell, Derbyshire
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 4
  • From £50 per room per night

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The George Inn, Tideswell is perfectly located in the middle of the Peak District to provide guests with the perfect base from which to explore the magnificent countryside.

The present George Inn was built by the 3rd Duke of Devonshire, Henry Cavendish. It was named after the King at the time, George II, who had succeeded his father 3 years earlier. The Inn is a listed building and retains many original attractive features such as its 18th century Venetian windows which were probably added after completion of the original construction. Traditionally called the George Hotel, we prefer ‘Inn’.

Whether you are looking for gentle country walks, more exposed and challenging excursions, on and off road cycle routes or beautiful countryside to drive through, quiet traditional villages and towns, cultural heritage and beautiful, grand houses, it is all here in the Peak District on the doorstep of the George Inn. Alternatively, go caving, sailing, canoeing, ballooning and rock climbing and abseiling, or just get away from it all and eat, sleep and rest well.

The George has a traditional pub bar serving a wide range of cask ales, brewery conditioned bitter and lager, cider and bottled pilsner & lager, spirits and soft drinks.

Additionally, we serve real coffee all day; espresso, latte, cappuccinos and Americanos. We also have a selection of real leaf teas served in tea pots, including English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Green Tea, Chamomile and Fruit.

The bar is open from 12 o’ clock Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 11am on Friday and for the weekend. We close at 11pm apart from Friday and Saturday nights which are at 12am.

We are a family friendly pub, accept dogs and walking boots – especially with the plastic over-bootie!

The George currently has 4 en-suite bedrooms available for bed and breakfast. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee, tv with dvd and freeview and a hairdryer. Access to an iron and ironing board is also possible.

We serve an abundant breakfast to get you going in the morning including cereal, juice, yoghurt, toast and of course a good English breakfast or whatever variation of it you wish. Choose from a selection of different teas or we will prepare you real coffee from our machine.

Ratings

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

    Double
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £55 per room per night

Lovely double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Facilities include:

- Colour television
- DVD player
- Freeview
- Hairdryer
- Non-smoking
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Wireless internet connection

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    Super King Double En-Suite 

    Super King
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £80 per room per night

 A large room with a lovely king bed and en-suite shower room. Facilities include:

- Colour television
- DVD player
- Freeview
- Hairdryer
- Iron
- Ironing board
- Pets allowed
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Wireless internet connection

There are two super king rooms available for letting.

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £70 per room per night

Pleasant superior double room with en-suite bathroom. Facilities include:

- Colour television
- DVD player
- Freeview
- Hairdryer
- Iron
- Non-smoking
- Pets allowed
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Wireless internet connection

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