We recently did the three peaks and booked to stay here for the night. They only had 3 rooms left, 2 luxury and 1 four poster. We opted for the luxury, after walking 25 miles felt it would be worth it.
The room was immaculately clean and tastefully decorated. Unfortunately we were in room 10 on the first floor. This was directly above the bar and entrance and with it being a warm day was very noisy with customers sitting outside under our window. When the outside customers left the noisy bar was heard until around 11:45. We had the TV on extra loud to drown out the noise. After being up since 3:30am we were looking forward to a decent nights sleep but didn't get it. I would have thought that when we booked and knew we were doing the three peaks they might have put us in the other empty room which wasn't above the bar. A very noisy room.
For the cost of the room I think it lacked a few things. There was no seating. There was a window seat but when you sit there you feel like you are being noisy to the outside customers. Coffee/tea stained mugs. A small selection of tea coffee, 4 sachets of coffee, 4 cartons of milk No glasses or bottled water. It is a large room but the lack of seating makes the room look pretty bare. A mirror near a plug socket would be good for drying hair.
Breakfast was a poor affair. Started at 8am but nothing was ready. Selection of cereals, bread, fresh fruit (looked a bit frozen) and some fruit juice (could have been covered as little fly's were hovering over them which put me off) Breakfast order was taken, eventually and when arrived was minus the bacon. The waitress apologised and when she brought it, it looked like and tasted like it had ben cooked in the deep fat fryer.
It is a nice place and in a nice area but it is basically a pub with accommodation, so expect noise and don't expect to get any sleep before midnight if you are above the bar. I certainly think it is over priced for what you get and what you can expect to pay in B&B's in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An 18th century coaching Inn that has recently finished a major overhaul of the whole hotel. Now featuring 19 newly renovated rooms, a luxury bunkhouse, Bistro and Bars, The New Inn offers fine dining and relaxing in a tranquil setting. Located in the Yorkshire Dale National park, The New Inn is in a prime location for the Three Peaks walk as well as a visit to the famous local caves. Recently awarded an AA 5 star Inn rating, why not see what everyone is raving about? ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- New Hotel Settle
- New Inn Hotel Clapham, Yorkshire