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.
Our waitress, Necky, was welcoming and informative - felt comfortable from the start. The roar beef dish was an amazing combination of tastes - and the beef itself was one of the best I have tasted. All added up to a very satisfying experience
Lovely place, superbe staff and amazing food. Sadly let down by bizzare lighting in the brassiere room. The new lighting is horrid to dine under in the evenings, it has a high frequency flicker (indicating the bulbs and drivers are mid-matched) it’s far too bright, more suited to an art gallery, and lacks a calming dining room atmosphere. It’s more suited to an American diner than the classy restaurant the food deserves. Dining in the older rooms is much nicer. Thankfully the staff and food made it worth suffering.
Staff were excellent. Very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very good. Disappointed with evening meal. No olives available. We had been walking all day and the portions were small and not filling enough. Lovely location and wonderful room.
We were absolutely delighted by our dinner at the Devonshire Arms in Beeley. The food was varied and delicious. We had a seafood platter that was wonderful. My son thought that the duck was the best he had ever eaten. There were some delicious vegetarian options. We ate in the pub section and it was really lovely and cosy. The staff were really lovely - efficient and very friendly. Altogether an outstanding experience.
We stayed here having bought a Travelzoo voucher for dinner bed and breakfast for £149, then a £30 supplement for a Friday night booking (and place wasn’t even fully booked). Must say the bar staff and waitresses that served us were lovely and very attentive. But the food and drink was very disappointing. Poor wines starting at £20ish, average wine around £30 and anything decent would have cost over £45. The house red was harsh and bitter. Small menu got me excited as I thought every dish would be honed to perfection. But no! Twice baked soufflé looked and tasted like a goats cheese ommlette, halloumi with devilled mayo was well, just that! Some lightly dusted halloumi that had been fried well and served with mayo mixed with tobasco and some pomegranate. Main course of ox check was lovely but cold having been sat a while in the kitchen and then sat a while whilst the other main of stone bass was sent back to the kitchen because it was raw in the centre. A replacement was offered by the management but was politely refused. The attitude of the manager was unpleasant to say the least but he did apologise in the morning. The room was lovely and clean and the overnight stay was comfortable and peaceful. The breakfast the following morning was underwhelming though and had to be sent back so that the requested well done bacon and sausage could be recooked whilst the plate was kept warm. Overall drinks, dinner, bed and breakfast cost just a little shy of £250. Money not well spent but a lesson learned. Sorry but this place used to be fantastic but is now dining out on past glory. Wouldn’t return, wouldn’t recommended, especially when you can stay somewhere like Losehill House for the same kind of money but dine better and have use of their spa!!
Great food, lovely surroundings.
We had a lovely evening meal in the pub. Very good service and other guests/diners very accepting of our dog. For some reason the room filled with woodsmoke towards the end of our meal and it became quite oppressive but other than that a good experience.
Food portions were modest but fabulous quality. Service quick and efficient although no personal interaction and engagement from any staff.
We are regulars and at the moment the food is excellent. Good varied menu - something for everyone- really enjoying eating there at the moment
Great food + fantastic service. We love coming to the Devonshire Arms! Thanks again.
Welcoming staff. Nice decor. Not a lot of vegetarian range but the macaroni cheese was delicious as were the chips. Bit pricey for pub food but it was a different menu to what you would normally get for pub meals. Would recommend for a stop on a day out in the peaks.
Food was lovely but service was a bit slow. I gather you were a bit short staffed and our server was lovely just rushed off her feet!! Overall though was a good visit thank you
great food and service
We had a wonderful stay at the Devonshire Arms - great food, great service and brilliant accommodation! We will certainly be returning. Thank you very much for a pleasurable stay!
A lovely weekend away. Great place to stay.
Efficient, friendly service. Food cooked and presented to perfection. We have eaten here on a few occasions and are never disappointed with our menu choices.
Cosy pub interior, immaculately kept,warmed by a wood burning stove. Great service by lovely staff who were attentive and discreet. Food was fresh, presented well and imaginative - thus the very reasonable prices for a good AA Rosette restaurant. Thank you for a splendid birthday treat for my husband.
Fabulous food, ales and cosy bar area. The fires were lovely too. CAmt wait to return.
a very enjoyable experience with warm friendly atmosphere.
We were a table of 7 sitting in the window area , it was quite drafty so wouldnt choose to sit there again
First rate meal and just top quality service all round - difficult to beat !!
We visit frequently but on this occasion the experience was below the normal standard. We were seated in the brasserie, rather than the bar which we prefer. No choice was offered by the unsmiling man who led us to a table - although others seemed to be available. Service was not prompt. We had to attract the attention of a waitress in order to place food and drink order. Food was a while coming ( although an apology was given for this). Food - 2 issues: chips with fish and chips were very sparse, only 7 ( this was pointed out and discount given). Sole meunière came only with plain boiled potatoes, no green veg or garnish - the dish looked unappetising and sole was over cooked. The only hot side dish on offer, apart from more potatoes or chips, was carrots and parsnips. These don’t really go with fish but were ordered. A dish of very over cooked carrots arrived ( no parsnips).
We dined at the Devonshire Arms Beeley the last evening of our UK holiday. Sad to leave England, but what a great dining experience! Excellent meal was complemented by the fine service.
Beautiful place, dog friendly, fantastic food, service just a little slow Christmas lunch.
Very nice Xmas day , thank you