Lunch Opening Times
Monday-Saturday: 12pm to 2.30pm
Dinner Opening Times
Monday-Saturday: 6.00pm to 9.00pm
Sunday: 12pm to 8pm
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About Devonshire Arms Beeley
Chef-patron Alan Hill uses his flair and expertise to create a menu offering a delightful choice of seasonal dishes, making full use of local produce such as Chatsworth Estate venison and pheasant. Fresh and imaginative vegetable accompaniments and vegetarian dishes showcase the produce of the kitchen garden and other harvests obtained by ‘Beeley barter’, whereby local allotment holders trade fresh seasonal vegetables for pints in the bar.
The main bar area really showcases the character of our gorgeous stone built 18th century Inn. The ceilings still display the original black beams, flagstones worn down over the years adorn the floors and the large open fire continues to warm guests to the Inn.
The Brasserie is a bright and spacious dining area located within the main Inn that can also be used as a private function space. Recently refurbished under the expert eye of The Duchess of Devonshire The Brasserie now boasts a traditional setting with modern décor which has created a delightful restaurant and function space for up to 50 people.
We met here for a family get together, the food was amazing as was the service.
Ethan was wonderful and looked after us He was pleasant and professional Thank you Donna 👍
Haven’t been for a long time but really enjoyed it and made lovely run out on a summers evening
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our meal. Friendly staff and excellent service.
We had a nice weekend stay. The room was large, comfortable and allowed us to bring our dog. The food was good, particularly breakfast. We would recommend the Chatsworth package.
Food was outstanding, beautiful. Plus the team went the extra mile for a little treat on our anniversary, touches like that make you want to come back, we certainly will. Great experience
Most excellent dinner with top ingredients, cooking, presentation and service first class - will return and will recommend - please don't lose it!
Food was excellent and service did well on a full evening in which there had earlier been a power cut. We were seated in the brasserie as a table of 4 between two very large groups with noisy children. Atmosphere and conversation suffered as a result.
Another lovely visit to the Devonshire Arms. The food was as delicious as ever, & the visitors I had with me fell in love with the charm of the place! Thank you...
Excellent food and attentive friendly staff. The bar eating area have a little more atmosphere to the bistro
Staff very helpful accommodating our party with a dog. Old pub area much nicer than modern restaurant. Food very nice but risotto rather oily. Lovely village and really traditional pub.
Excellent evening out ! Great meal - lovely service
We’ve been on a 2 week road trip & you were our last stop - you nailed it - best food of the holiday 👏🏻👏🏻
Delicious food, as always. We went with a baby and the staff were extremely helpful in providing anything we needed.
My fish was over cooked. Really mushy. Soufflé was delicious Service wasn’t lovely. The back room is rather an eclectic mix of decor. I think it’s quire expensive for some of dishes. £200 for 6 of us.
A lovely pub even in the pouring rain. Food a mixed bag. Whitebait not crisp and tasteless mayonnaise. Fish really tasty and cooked to perfection. Chips an odd collection of different colours, possibly different batches or different potatoes but again not crisp. Friends enjoyed their burgers and vegetarian mains. Desserts were fine. Service friendly Ate in the bar.
Could do with more of a separate area for people coming in to drink. It rained so all of the drinkers came inside so try bar area was crowded with people seated for food very close to them
An absolutely delightful gem, the service was great; very friendly efficient, the surroundings were conducive to a relaxing evening of delicious eating and the food was delicious. I would recommend this place for any visitor to the Peak District!
We had an outstanding Sunday lunch in a lovely setting.
Eaten here several times for lunch and thought we would try the evening meal for my wife’s birthday. Received a very warm welcome and escorted straight to our table. The meal was lovely with great service. Thanks
We had a really mediocre and disappointing Sunday lunch yesterday having had a fabulous meal a few weeks ago at The Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey. Yesterday our food was, at best, mediocre. The calamari and quinoa was dry and tasteless and served with lemon or any sauce- what a disappointing dish! Our Barnsley chops were tough and tasteless and two of the three plates were drowned in gravy. For some reason the third chop got lucky and got away with a reasonable amount of gravy. The burger was ok. The top to tail of the pig was nice enough. We didn’t bother to stay for dessert so went over to the farm shop and bought Cook cheesecake ! The staff were indifferent but we think that’s because it’s a poorly run restaurant with a very indifferent chef. Would think Chatsworth could do better.
In the past i have been let down many times by service and the standard of food.....this time however it was just as it should be great service and fantastic food well done all who works within the catering area we will be back
Lovely food, great wine and really good atmosphere. Will definitely return