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Customer rating 9 / 10
Based on 107 reviews

Fine cooking and a restful stay in a Peak District country inn

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At a glance

2 Rosette restaurant

Named after Bradwell's most famous son, industrial magnate Samuel Fox who built the steelworks at Stocksbridge, The Samuel Fox Country Inn is modern and stylish yet retains its rustic charm. The bedrooms are immaculately presented and extensively equipped, and service is highly attentive. The restaurant has breathtaking views and serves modern British cuisine, awarded two AA Rosettes.


  • Rooms: 4

Room rates

  • Short breaks available
  • Credit cards accepted

Opening times

  • Closed: 2–17 January


  • Afternoon tea served
  • Dinner served
  • Last orders for evening meals: 9.30pm


  • Wi-Fi available
  • Freeview TV in rooms
  • Other facilities: Home-made chocolates, hand-made cookies, sherry
  • Coach parties welcome


  • Children welcome
  • Cots provided
  • High chairs
  • Children's portions or menu


  • Golf course nearby
  • Secure cycle storage


  • Maximum number of delegates: 20
  • Theatre-style holds (maximum): 12
  • Classroom-style holds (maximum): 12
  • Boardroom-style holds (maximum): 10

Getting here

M1 junction 29, A617 towards Chesterfield, A619 signed Baslow and Buxton, 2nd roundabout A623 for 7 miles, take B6049 to Bradwell, through village on left.

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