The George Hotel is located in the popular Peak District village of Hathersage, in the heart of the beautiful Hope Valley. This historic hotel provides first class service, fine dining and luxury accommodation, and it’s the ideal base for exploring this stunning area.

The George Hotel Hathersage

About The George Hotel

The George Hotel in Hathersage is believed to have been first built in the 14th or 15th century as an alehouse serving the packhorse trains travelling between the quarries of Castleton and the city of Sheffield. This traffic increased and boomed in the 1700s as packhorses brought in metal from Sheffield to be made into buttons and needles at the newly-formed factories in the village. At this time The George Hotel became known as an ‘inn’.

The George Hotel was then owned by the Duke of Devonshire. It was sold to the Eyre family in 1839 and then on to James Morton in 1841, when it became known as a ‘Hotel’. It is also around this time that Charlotte Bronte was known to have frequented The George. She based her novel ‘Jane Eyre’ on the village of Hathersage, its surroundings and the characters she met.

Staying at The George Hotel

If you’re looking for the perfect place to rest your head whilst exploring and enjoying the Peak District, Derbyshire Dales or even the city of Sheffield, The George provides first class service and luxury accommodation.

The George Hotel

The George Hotel offers relaxing and beautiful surroundings with great food and rustic charm, along with easy access to the many attractions of the local area.

Whatever your reason for visiting The George Hotel, there is a choice of great value standard and luxury accommodation to ensure that you are well rested and looked after.

Superior Rooms

The George Hotel’s largest rooms are the Superior rooms, offering more space and a higher grade of bed so you are assured the best possible night’s sleep. Each room is individual in design and layout, featuring bespoke, hand made furniture, with the charm and personality you would expect from a 500 year old coaching inn.

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For the ultimate in comfort there is the Master Suite which also features the original stained glass window of King George himself. The little things can add extra luxury to your stay, including high quality toiletries and complimentary bath robes for use during your stay.

Standard Rooms

The George Hotel’s Standard rooms have been recently refurbished and have all the features and facilities you need for a relaxing stay.

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Some of the standard rooms can also be set up to accommodate families, so please do get in touch for details.

Ground Floor Rooms

The George Hotel’s ground floor rooms have also been recently refurbished. These rooms are at road level, closer to the main hotel areas and offer the traditional coaching inn experience.

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Just imagine those travellers from hundreds of years before, on their journey from the South to Manchester, stopping off at The George on the way for a friendly pint and a comfortable bed.

Please note, these rooms are only accessible via stairs and the windows are at the road level.

Fine dining at The George Hotel

The George Hotel has a well-known and well-loved fine dining restaurant. The historic building and contemporary decor provides wonderful surroundings in which to enjoy mouthwatering British cuisine.

Fine Dining at The George Hotel

The Restaurant at The George has carved an impressive reputation for itself. It does this by sticking to the ethos that “any great stay needs great food and drink”, so offers a delicious traditional menu with a modern twist and exceptional service.

Fantastic food at The George Hotel

The George Hotel can offer a range of dining options and packages, from afternoon tea to all-day dining and even private dinners.

Exclusive private dining

The private dining options at The George are a decadent affair, but why not go one step further and hire the entire premises for your next party or event? What could be better than hosting your very own ‘house party’ in the historic and luxurious surroundings of the George Hotel?!

The dining room at The George Hotel

So whether it’s a party for friends, family or business associates, you can be assured of a great event. You can have sole use of the award-winning restaurant, public areas and bedrooms for the duration of your stay.

The well stocked bar at the George Hotel

When you choose private dining with George, the team will help you to organise those all important finishing touches, and the chef will also be on hand to discuss your dining requirements.

Weddings at The George Hotel

The George Hotel is a beautiful wedding venue, located in the picturesque and historic village of Hathersage in the Peak District.  With flexible packages to suit your needs, we’re confident that this unique hotel and its dedicated team will help create special memories for both you and all your guests.  Get in touch with the team for your perfect day.

A quality conference venue

Successful corporate events require two things; great organisation and a great venue. Sheffield is a bustling business centre, but sometimes it’s nice to treat your associates and colleagues to something a little more special. By choosing The George Hotel as your next conference venue, you can enjoy the tranquility of the Peak District and the charm of Hathersage village, breathing new life and fresh air into your corporate event.

The private rear garden at The George Hotel

With a choice of conference rooms, the larger Courtyard Suite or the more compact Boardroom for smaller business meetings, there are spaces to accommodate up to 80 attendees to your corporate event or conference. Get in touch and let the team at The George Hotel help plan your next corporate event.

The cosy bar area at The George Hotel

The George Hotel location

Hathersage sits at the Eastern end of the beautiful Hope Valley. Overlooked by wooded hillsides, heather moorland and rugged gritstone edges, the village is incredibly popular for outdoor pursuits. Stanage Edge above the village offers world-class gritstone climbing and great views.

The beautiful River Derwent flows just to the south of the village and many paths and trails into the hills are accessible from the village. Hathersage also has its own train station offering regular links to the rest of the valley and beyond on the main Sheffield to Manchester line.

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