Bakewell Guest Houses

Bakewell is a beautiful Old Saxon town situated in Derbyshire in the center of the Peak District National Park on the Bank of the River Wye, an ancient town that offers many fascinating historic sites for visitors to investigate. Bakewell is the perfect place to escape the pressure of modern life, a magical place overlooking the River Wye and the historical town that ignites imagination. Guest will be pleasantly surprised with the range of Bakewell Guest Houses that are engineered to suit all visitors, including the family groups, business guests or the honeymoon couple.

Bakewell lies in the heart of Derbyshire and is a small market town located on the River Wye in the peak District National Park, the river crossed by a 13th century five arched bridge that was widened in the 19th century and it is still used today. Bakewell is a superb destination and attracts people for its history and its beauty.

The fascinating town of Bakewell offers many interesting sites for visitors to enjoy from medieval buildings to beautifully landscaped gardens. The name Bakewell itself derived from Badequella, which means Bath-well, and was mentioned is one of Jane Austen's well-known novels, Pride and Prejudice. Bakewell offer ideal places and monuments for photography, sightseeing, and long relaxing walks.

Bakewell is also home to the fabulous infamous Bakewell Pudding, a flaky almond-flavoured tart that was concocted in the 1860's as a result of a cook's failed attempt at a delightful strawberry tart.

The magnificent town boasts enchanting cobbled streets, medieval churches and beautiful preserved historic houses from medieval and Saxon times, the town is quaint and a town very much suspended in time and has an unhurried atmosphere that is easy to discover over a weekend, however there are a range of hidden treasures that may keep visitors here for weeks.

Bakewell satisfies all tastes and needs its possesses a quality that is both timeless and inspiring, culture and creativity combine to ensure that guests return again and again. The Bakewell Guest Houses are described through a variety of architectural descriptions given the lengthy history of Bakewell.

Regardless of cultures found throughout the visitors of Bakewell, the warm welcome found within the guests houses are assured and guests may be greeted in their own tongues if that is preferred and interiors may be dressed to suit cultural preferences, the exteriors boats historical design and may offer a range of more modern descriptions.

The accommodations found throughout the Bakewell Guest Houses, range from family connecting rooms, en suite guestrooms and spacious suites. All of the rooms are elegantly describes and boast original works of art, open fireplaces, antique furnishings, and a dedicated workstation complemented with Internet access.

Fine dining is found within these heavenly retreats through intimate dining rooms, boasting a selection of menus created by master chefs from the freshest ingredients and companioned with a vast array of vintage wines. The Drawing rooms and sitting rooms allow guests to relax and indulge in honesty bars. The morning breakfasts are found in traditional dining rooms and offer full English dishes served by the superb staff of the guest houses.

Some of the Bakewell Guest Houses offer delightful venues for business events and wedding receptions. The Bakewell Guest Houses offer all guests the perfect accommodation option as attentions personalised and accommodation are unique offering memorable experiences.