At the heart of the Peak District National Park nestles Bakewell and at the heart of Bakewell is the Rutland Arms Hotel. The Duke of Rutland built the hotel on the original site of the White Horse Inn in 1804, after the Inn was demolished following a fire in 1796. In the year 1811 while revising the novel “Pride and Prejudice” Jane Austen stayed at the hotel where she engraved on the glass which can still be seen today. Dedicated to the novelist we have the Jane Austen room, now the bridal suite, overlooking the beautiful Bath Gardens which in the summer is a riot of colour and fragrance. The Rutland Arms carries a civil wedding licence and has two beautiful rooms in which your wedding can be held. We can cater for the small intimate groups up to larger groups of 100 people. The hotel offers a unique character which will suit you and your guests needs on your special day. It is the perfect setting and backdrop for a memorable day providing impeccable service and fine cuisine that is expected.
Our highly experienced team of Chefs are passionate about the food that they serve. The head Chef and Management team have created menus that they are proud of, all using only the best locally sourced produce. The Rutland Arms Hotel has everything you need for a day to remember, the Emerald Room and the Victorian Ballroom licensed for civil ceremonies together with 33 individually decorated bedrooms. Our dedicated team will be happy to assist you and offer advice on preferred suppliers, who we have worked with and who meet our own quality standards. These include florists, photographers, wedding venue dressers and a beauty therapist. Once you have entrusted us with your wedding, you can rest assured that our friendly and experienced team will make every step of planning your wedding and preparing your special day a pleasure and a stress free occasion.
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