The George Hotel is situated in the peak village of Hathersage, which is close to places of interest such as Castleton, Chatsworth House and Bakewell as well as being close to Sheffield. The George is famous for being visted by Charlotte Bronte and is steeped in history. This hotel is ideal for guests that enjoy walking, and for those who prefer a relaxing break in the countryside as well as business men visiting nearby Sheffield. All bedrooms feature en suite private bathroom with shower, lounging area, study desk, computer points, many have original paintings, remote control television, direct dial telephone, clock radio, trouser press and beverage facility. Superior rooms are generally larger rooms with robes, minibars, DVDs and extra toiletries. The Georges Restaurant has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, bringing an up to date feel, with cool colours, wooden flooring and feature lighting. This more contemporary approach complements completely Chef Helen Heywoods approach to her cooking, modern in style, using fresh ideas and only the freshest of ingredients, presenting quality and flair. The restaurant has 2AA rosettes for quality. The hotel is an ideal base for visiting stately homes in the vicinity, i.e. Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall. Walkers are spoilt for choice as the hotel is set in beautiful countryside. Local places of interest and things to do, Commerce and shopping in Sheffield and nearby Meadowhall. Chesterfields conspicuous Crooh County Fair.An additional 5 service levy will be charged on all goods and services supplied during your stay, for distribution directly to staff.