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Me and my husband had the most magical wedding at East Lodge. The staff are so helpful and friendly. They made the preparation go smoothly and actually day was flawless. The food is gorgeous! The biggest stickty toffee pudding ever, yummy! The venue is perfect...More
We booked A La Carte lunch for 6 people for the last sitting at 2.00PM. Due to traffic problems we were 25 minutes late, we called the restaurant to advise them. When we did arrive they assured us the wasn't a problem and proceeded to...More
Went to this hotel on a own site deal , had a really lovely big ,well furnished room, friendly team of work people , excellent dinner and breakfast with good choices , will defiantly stay again , great value for the money paid .
Stayed overnight at the hotel following a retirement dinner at the hotel. The hotel is expensive but the staff and hotel are generally very good. Stayed in a £125 room. Hotel is full of character with period features. Only downside was water pressure for shower...More
We had Sunday lunch brought for us at East Lodge. It was excellent, portion sizes were really good. A good variety of dishes to suite all requirements. Staff were friendly and attentive without being intrusive. All round well worth the money our friends paid.
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The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated... More
The previous answer is correct in that the nearest station is Matlock and then it is bus or taxi. The reviewer who suggested that you could get to Manchester from Matlock had not made allowances for the closures instigated by Dr Beeching in 1966 since the line from Bakewell to Buxton (The Monsal Trail) is now a brilliant walking track with all the tunnels open to make a fascinating experience. The express bus into Buxton and then the train would be the simplest way to get to Manchester. Alternatively the local bus to Sheffield and then the train.