Bene-dorme bed and breakfast is definitely not a good stay. The previous comment did state there was nowhere else to stay in bakewell and I now know why. Rude staff,rude owner and the rooms were awful. Defineltly not worth the money we paid for a weekend stay. Bakewell is a lovely place and we travelled a long way so I'm very disappointed with this'd our choice of stay. The owner who is very rude apparently is a coucillor for bakewell and if you have a problem with the service she won't listen as she thinks she owns the place!very stuck up and after speaking with locals about my awful stay,they state she doesn't do anything for the local communities and never has or will!! Really would not recommend this awful place,even my pets have better accomodation.
Nothing I wouldn't stay here for free!
We stayed for two nights in this 17th century house with a gorgeous cottage garden. The room overlooked the garden, the bed had crisp white sheets, and probably goose down pillows!. Although not ensuite there only seemed to be one other guest bedroom to share it with! The breakfast in the morning was delicious and HUGE, using a lot of home or locally grown produce. It is located on the edge of the town, near the medieval bridge going over the Wye river. The road over the bridge is one of the main routes in and out of Bakewell (but by 7pm it's pretty quiet). When we left Christine gave me a little bunch if lavender from the garden.
We were very lucky to find this little "jewel" as it was the only accomodation left in the whole of Bakewell !!!
It is only a few mins walk from the town centre.
This B&B only has 3 bedrooms, all which are tastefully decorated & equipped with tv, tea/coffee facilities & are en-suite.
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