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Built in 1652 and a hotel since 1820, The Peacock has 14 bedrooms plus one suite and three dining rooms. The hotel has been awarded 3 Red Stars and 3 rosettes from the AA. Informal dining available in our cosy and atmospheric bar Monday through Saturday lunch and fine dining in our...
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We stayed for two nights in July with some American friends. The Peacock is an old coaching inn and very quirky and quaint. Breakfast was great and meals in the evening were fabulous - not cheap but good quality.
Rooms were quite good - not...More
I stayed in this beautifully located hotel for 2 nights in my road trip in U.K. and I am amazed by the service and the charm of this small hotel. The rooms are comfortable and the bathrooms are updated. We stayed in rooms 1, 6...More
Thank Lucky B
Response from Jasmine B, Public Relations Manager at The Peacock at RowsleyResponded August 18, 2017
Thank you so much for joining us at The Peacock and writing such lovely words. It was a pleasure to have you and we hope to welcome you back soon.
Four of us had lunch and it was superb
The wine was a bit expensive at £38 a bottle. The total coming to £210 including £20 tip.
I had a superb pudding of bread and butter pudding with marmalade ice cream. My wife and her...More
We stayed 2 nights with friends in a superior room which had a very comfortable bed and antique furnishings. The only downside was it was on the 2nd floor up a steep and narrow staircase which we had not been warned about. We ate in...More
My husband and I have visited The Peacock @ Rowsley for many years and it never fails to amaze us!
It feels like you’ve stepped into an oasis of calm and tranquility, and an era lost decades ago.
The rooms are quaint with beautiful furniture...More