Housed in the hotel where it is claimed Jane Austen wrote her book “Pride and Prejudice”, The Gateway Bar at the Rutland Arms Hotel is an elegant space in which to drink and dine. Nestled within the beautiful surrounds of The Peak District, the Rutland Arms Hotel dates right back to 1804 and is found in the town of Bakewell, famous for its Bakewell tart. In fact, it is also said that it was in the very kitchens of the Rutland Arms Hotel that the Bakewell tart was invented. With such an exciting and notable history, it is only natural that the hotel is quite an attraction for visitors to the area.
The lovely Gateway Bar offers a more relaxed dining at the hotel, serving an excellent bar menu of snacks and hot meals. Tuck into classic British food such as battered cod and chips with homemade tartare sauce, chunky chips, mushy peas and brown bread or the Chef’s homemade pie of the day with garden peas and chunky chips. The Rutland combo platter is great for sharers and includes onion rings, scampi, Buffalo wings, ribs and garlic bread whilst the mushroom and courgette stroganoff is just one of the tasty vegetarian dishes available. Steaks and burgers form the grill are always popular whilst those looking for a light bite can order from a range of tempting sandwiches.
Combining classic design with contemporary touches, the elegant Gateway Bar is a fine place in which to relax. Beautiful sofas and stylish armchairs offer plenty of comfort whilst striped carpets and long drapes add a homely touch.
Please Note: this offer is not available on bank holidays.