The Peak District National Park is home to two of England’s finest historic houses – Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall. Situated within easy reach of The Peacock, these historic houses form part of the country’s romantic literary history, featuring in film and TV adaptations of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre and The Duchess (to name a […]Read more.
A new aerial video featuring some of Britain’s most beautiful historic houses, castles and gardens has been launched by the Historic Houses Association (HHA). Historic Britain The video shows a collection of the most striking architecture and breathtaking landscapes in the UK, often photographed from ground level but rarely filmed from the air. The video features […]Read more.
Telegraph Travel writer Fiona Duncan recently visited The Peacock at Rowsley to explore its delights. Take a look at the video below to see what she discovered. > stay at The Peacock > dine at The PeacockRead more.
The season of well dressing is now upon us in the Peak District and Derbyshire. A custom dating back to 1349, well dressing (also known as well flowering) involves the decoration of wells and springs with designs created from flower petals and other natural materials. The traditions stems from the period surrounding the Black Death when […]Read more.
We take great pride in our menus and in delighting our guests with an array of delicious, seasonal dishes. Alongside our indulgent fine dining menu in the restaurant, you can also enjoy our more relaxed menu in the bar, featuring a number of specials each week. This week our bar specials include: Tea smoked sea […]Read more.