Traditional 18th Century Pub
Serving Delicious Food near Chatsworth
The main bar area really showcases the character 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.
Newly refurbished the traditional oak bar blends itself perfectly with the traditional surrounding and serves up to four well kept changing local ales, several wines by the glass and a good range of over 35 gins ideal after a day visiting Chatsworth or to enjoy during your stay.
During the day and evening the bar also serves light refreshments including tea and coffee. The Beeley dining menu can also be enjoyed in the bar area as well as The Brasserie, or indeed one of our outdoor seating area.
So whether you are visiting Chatsworth, looking for traditional country pub to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat you will be made very welcome at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley.
We aim to cater for food intolerances and allergies provided they are mentioned at time of booking.
Chef Profile: Lewis Thornhill
Lewis Thornhill’s training began at Stapleford Park in Leicestershire, and it was there that he discovered his passion for cooking. His cooking style is characterised by a winning combination of simplicity and precision and is inspired by Richard Corrigan’s mantra of ‘cooking good food simply’. Followers of this philosophy will enjoy Lewis’ top cooking tip – ‘add butter to it’. As a self-confessed creative, Lewis loves being responsible for bringing pleasure to people with his cooking. He finds the greatest inspiration in the bright colours and fresh flavours of spring, as a welcome break after the subdued hues of autumn and winter.
Now chef at The Devonshire Arms at Beeley, Lewis has an abundant supply of produce from the Chatsworth Estate. Lewis wants to see this village inn build on its success by continuing to serve exceptional local food in an idyllic rural location.
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