The Peacock vegetable garden has been adding flavour to many dishes in The Peacock kitchen. So far we have harvested beetroot, broad beans, borage flowers, rhubarb, kohlrabi, courgettes, potatoes, curly kale, radish, strawberries, turnips, carrots, horseradish, swede, bronze fennel, leeks, and various herbs (to name a selection)! The red flowers – nasturtium – are used as a garnish and […]Read more.
Enjoy a fifth off for 5 days this Summer. On 1st August to 5th August you can enjoy a fifth off our dinner, bed and breakfast room rates to make the most of your Peak District escape. These rates are for two people per room, per night. Standard double: £212 Superior double: £228 Special rooms: £244 […]Read more.
The Bakewell Show is just around the corner, taking place on 3rd and 4th August at the Bakewell Showground. One of the oldest agricultural shows in the UK, the Bakewell Show is a great day out for adults and children alike, with exhibitors displaying a vast array of livestock and other animals, artisan food producers, a […]Read more.
On Friday 23rd September The Peacock will host its second foraging event with Dr Patrick Harding. Following rave reviews, author, lecturer and TV personality Dr Harding will lead a new expedition around the ancient and unspoiled Haddon Estate in search of medicinal and edible wild plants. The day includes lunch, an afternoon of foraging, a 3 […]Read more.
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.
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