The Peacock at Rowsley
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Peacock at Rowsley
Have stayed here 3 times and it is always a pleasant experience. The food is really excellent and the staff are all very friendly. It is ideal for those wanting a private dining room for 10 or 16 people but there is the general dining room for couples and smaller groups. The bedrooms are nicely furnished but the bathrooms are a bit on the small side. Reception staff provide maps with local walks and there is complimentary tea or coffee on arrival.
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... our age and spoke to managers to look after us. And of course they did. 5* service all around Castleton.
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... miles, 13 locks, 10 moveable brides (mechanised and manual lift bridges and swing bridges)
Overnight stops at:
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