The Samuel Fox country inn

Inn 4 Rooms Parking Restaurant

Rooms from £90 to £125
Stretfield Road Stretfield
Bradwell Near Sheffield
S33 9JT
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If you want to stay somewhere with some amazing views and that is located close to the Peak District then the Samuel Fox country Inn may well be the choice for you, it is located in Bradwell which is a lovely village that also has a lot to offer. The recently refurbish Inn means that you have all the modern things that you would want such as a television and en suite while at the same time keeping the charm that the building and rooms have had to offer. We also have some beautiful wines for you to try out as well as real ales and single malts for you to try. We have been awarded a AA rosette for fine food and our head chef tries to use as much locally produced food as he can. This is the perfect place for families, businessmen and walkers to stay.

    Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
    Disabled Facilities
    Car parking available onsite
    Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
    Hairdryer in each room
    Iron And Board In Each Room
    Telephone In Each Room
    Limited Hours Room Service
    Limited room service for hot food
    Wake Up Call Available
    Car Parking Available Offsite
    Disabled Access Public Areas
    Disabled toilets on ground floor
    Wheelchair Access
    Wheelchair Access To Reception
    Wheelchair Access To Restaurant
    Wheelchair Access To Bar
    Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms
    In-room Broadband
    In-room Modem Hook up
    Lounge Menu
    Breakfast to go

From the M1 come off at junction 29 take the A617 towards Chesterfield at the first major roundabout look for the A619 signposted for Baslow Chatsworth and Buxton. Follow the A619 for approx. 9 miles at Baslow go straight over the first roundabout then right at the second roundabout look for A623 Chapel-en-le-frith. Follow the A623 for 7 miles you will reach a crossroads signposted Bradwell to the right B6049. For reference it is signposted left to Tideswell and there is a pub on the crossroads called the Anchor. Follow the B6049 for 3 miles until you come in to the village. Stay on the main road you will pass the church and go through a set of traffic lights. The Smauel fox is on the left appeox half a mile from the traffic lights. Look for the pub sign and a sandstone dry stone wall on the roadside.