Hotels in Hathersage

George Hotel
Main Street
Hathersage
South Yorkshire

S32 1BB
http://www.george-hotel.net

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Formerly a 500-year-old inn, this highly rated hotel has been transformed into a relaxing haven in which to unwind. Once believed to have been frequented by the acclaimed Charlotte Bronte, where the George and Hathersage featured in her book Jayne Eyre (under the name of the village of Morton), the George now features contemporary decor, award winning cuisine by Chef Helen Heywood, with renowned friendly and unobtrusive service. The George retains an elegant charm and character whilst offering every modern amenity, including wifi internet access throughout the hotel, which is a free service to our guests.

The George is located close to Chatsworth House (7 miles) in the picturesque village of Hathersage, surrounded by the spectacular hills of the Peak District National Park. This is an ideal location for walking, cycling, bird watching, visiting the numerous stately homes within easy reach, or simply doing nothing!

For the business traveller looking for something slightly different, the George is an 'oasis' yet only 20 minutes from the centre of Sheffield with it's commerce and retail businesses.

Private dining and weddings are our speciality: intimate setting, great food and we offer the expertise of a dedicated and experienced organiser. The whole hotel can be available for your private 'House Party' on an exclusive use basis.

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