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10 of us went to celebrate a birthday.
We pre-ordered from a fairly limited menu.
The 6 who arrived early were directed to the table but were not offered a drink and no one came to the table to take a drinks order.
Went on Tuesday 31st, so called chefs pie - lamb and mint was a pukka pie or maybe, not even that quality and was burnt.... The home made pies are normally amazing, but I'd not even give my dog this and he eats anything.... To...More
Located at the top of Wellington Street within walking distance of Matlock town centre, the Duke of Wellington is a fairly typical local pub. Popular with locals, it provides a range of the usual beverages, along with standard pub fare. It has an outdoor area,...More
We stayed for two nights with our two young children.
Nice food in the pub.
Large room with separate nicely decorated children's bedroom with bunk beds and some toys in which was a nice little touch.
Unfortunately the cleanliness of the room was not up...More
Went unannounced for Sunday lunch in a party of 6. Got a table with ease, surprising given the quality amount & cost of a main course. 3 had the roast beef, 1x gammon,1x ribeye & 1 special liver &bacon. As good as my wife serves....More
Response from drewrevell | Reviewed this property |
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might... More
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might be best to just contact the place directly and inquire with them.