Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Rowsley does not have to be difficult. Welcome to East Lodge Country House Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at East Lodge Country House Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a seating area.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, outdoor furniture, and newspaper. Guests of East Lodge Country House Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Grouse and Claret. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Massarella Restaurant.
If you’re looking for something to do, Caudwells Mill & Craft Centre (0.3 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of East Lodge Country House Hotel.
East Lodge Country House Hotel puts the best of Rowsley at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Really lovely grounds and the staff were great. The location was really good for getting to Chatsworth, Bakewell etc. The room itself was a bit tired which was fine as it was clean but the bathroom had a lot of black mould in the bathroom. It is of course much harder with older buildings to keep them looking good but for the price we paid for the room, it just didn't match up. As mentioned in other reviews, reception is not always manned, although there is a number to call if you need anything.
On first glance a beautiful aspect. We’d chosen it for location and the reviews which were good - how wrong could we have been. We had to check in between 4-6 as that was the time the reception was manned. Our room was ok - nothing to write home about for £180/night though. It was for our silver wedding anniversary and we were slightly disappointed with the room we had been given over the car park. After checking in we were informed the bar was only open 4-6 and nothing after that. We already knew about the restaurant not being open and so had made alternative arrangements. Cue walking back after our evening meal. The hotel has a long driveway and all the lights had been turned off (10.20pm). If we hadn’t had a torch on the phone we would have been in trouble. Bed was horrible and turned inward when you laid on it - we aren’t big peeps and therefore had a crappy night’s sleep but the joys of the morning were still to come.. no hot water, no heating. Rang down to reception. Someone came up to check and realised that the boiler to our room has not been switched on. Our breakfast slot which was booked for 8.40 was then in jeopardy but we were told not to worry about that. Cue 25 minutes later - water still clap cold. Rang down again to be very rudely told - what do you want us to do about it? We were going to Chatsworth which was already pre-booked and we were going to miss our slot if we waited much longer. We were livid and succumbed to a cold wash. On arriving downstairs for breakfast we were asked what juice we would like - nothing complicated - orange and cranberry. Nope 👎 no cranberry. The waitress stood mutely after telling us this with nothing else coming forward - so I replied why should I be surprised - no hot water, heating, lights, bar or restaurant so why should there be any juice? The choice was Apple or Orange. £180/night no discount for the things they weren’t providing - just smacked of greed. I made some phone calls and got booked into a pub in Bakewell which incidentally had a great room with wonderful hospitality and we had the best breakfast with 6 different kinds of juices to choose from at half the price - win/win. No one at East Lodge did anything to try and placate us even by apologising for their appalling customer service. When we checked out the Manager Ian actually shouted at us twice to put our key in a box that was provided. Shouted at guests. Absolutely disgusting. We get away very rarely and this could have ruined our trip. Gratefully it did not but we would not go back to this place if you paid us to. The way we were treated was shameful and how they have won awards for customer service is beyond belief.…
Visited with friends as part of a 4 day trip and was disappointed to be told on arrival that the bar closed at 6 and no food was available. Had we known the facilities as advertised were not going to be available, we would have chosen elsewhere. The reception staff were polite and helpful but left the premises at 6:30 with no one on site until the morning! The grounds were stunning and the breakfast was tasty, probably more suited to being a wedding venue than an overnight stop
Went with 2 ladies - lucky me!! Treated ourselves (thinking about, I had to pay!!) to a cream scone and coffee whilst enjoying other Derbyshire delights. The individual scone was well presented; so light that I expected it to float off at any time. A good reason to seriously eat it quickly. The owner served us as friends, and we had a jovial chat about all things hospitality. The location was idyllic, apart from the tsunami of Summer rain. Treat yourself to this fantastic place, you won't regreat it, nor will your stomach teehee.
This hotel is such a delight after months of lockdown. The family run business is friendly and welcoming, our room was beautiful, the gardens and view from Charlie’s garden were amazing. It is near to Chatsworth House (which was a wonderful day out) The staff spoke of worries that their hospitality couldn’t be as much as pre-covid, but we felt welcomed, cared for, safe and yet cosy. The breakfast was delicious and completed the makings of a perfect break. We can not wait to come back! Thank you so much.