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The Roebuck Inn

(9 Guest Reviews)

Guest Ratings

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.4
  • Value 4.7
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 4.7
  • Facilities 4.3
  • Service 4.9
  • Location 4.8

Review Overall Rating

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The Roebuck Inn Information

Accommodation type

Inn

Facilities

  • Baggage store
  • Bar
  • Entertainment
  • Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
  • Ironing facilities
  • Lounge
  • Non-smoking (throughout)
  • Off-site parking

Children's Facilities

  • Highchairs

Business Facilities

  • Internet connection (wireless)

Policies

  • Check in: 14:00 till 19:00
  • Early check-in available on request
  • Check out: 10:30
  • Late check-out available
  • Child Policy: Children welcome
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking
  • Pets: No pets

Description

A Warm & Friendly Welcome awaits you at The Roebuck Inn... Overlooking the historic cobbled market place complete with stocks and an ancient market cross, The Roebuck is a 17th century inn offering a selection of cask ales and an ever increasing Gin range. Chapel-en-le-frith is a market town located 10 minutes from Buxton. It is ideally located for those visiting the Peak District with its breathtaking landscapes, bustling market towns and fascinating cultural and historical heritage. Known as the Capital of the Peaks, Chapel-en-le-frith derives its name from the church that was built here by foresters from the royal forest in 1225, frith being a local word for forest. Situated in the heart of Chapel-en-le-frith, The Roebuck actually dates back to the 13th century when it was a family house for the Duely family. Rebuilt in 1700 by Ino Shallcross, it became a beer house in 1720 know then as the New Hall. In 1750 the building became a local court house, and by 1850 had returned to a beer house. In 1870 it was renamed The Roebuck. The Roebuck overlooks the market place with its ancient market cross, old town stocks, war memorial and horse trough placed here to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897. It is also home to the St Thomas a Becket church which rings its bells every year on Shrove Tuesday to remind the women of Chapel to make their batter!

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Off-site parking,

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