Dating back 200 years the old part of the bar with its beamed ceilings and traditional furnishings offers a warm cosy feel.

The Snug area offers cosy semi-private dinning for up to 12 people

The Conservatory is a tastefully built original Ashbourne stone flagged  area, which doubles as the breakfast room

There is a Great selection of hand pulled and local Ales from the very local Bakewell brewers “Thornbridge”, and “Peak Ales” brewers from Ashford in the water, are on offer. Premium branded lagers and cider are available as well as good quality wines, and lets not forget the original Wurlitzer juke box playing in the background

The courtyard is ideal for outside dining and drinking, along with the largest beer garden in Bakewell for those lazy Summer days

A selection of real cask peak ales available at the Peacock in Bakewell.

Chatsworth Gold is a golden beer made with honey from the Chatsworth Estate. The delicate sweetness is well balanced with bitterness from Goldings and Fuggles hops.4.6% ABV / Awards – SIBA Reginal Beer Competition 2010, Bronze, Specialty Beer Category & award winner, specialty beer category 2008, Doncaster CAMRA
Bakewell Best Bitter is surprisingly smooth with light toffee and caramel characters, a mixture of floral and spicy hop notes and a pleasing bitter finish.4.0% ABV
Bakewell Pale Ale is White gold in colour with aromas of light bitter lemon, a hint of herb and a subtle spiciness. A great refreshing beer!3.5% ABV
Bakewell Best Bitter is a robust amber coloured ale. It is dry and firmly bitter, with some roasted malt flavours and plenty of grassy hops.4.2% ABV / Awards –Beer of the Year – 2006’ The Beer Hunter, Derby Evening Telegraph SIBA Regional Beer Competition 2011, Bronze, Best Bitters Category
Swift Nick is a traditional English session bitter, with a fruit and hop aroma. There are balanced flavours of malt and hops leading to a dry bitter finish.

4.0% ABV / Awards – ‘Beer of the Festival’ North Norfolk Railway Festival 2009