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The Queens Arms, Bakewell - pub details

Queens Arms

Address: Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30958) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Quiet on a recent Saturday night, as were most Bakewell pubs. Comfortable but only a couple of ales on and they were nothing special. Bakewell is a place for walkers and cyclists not drinkers.
wirraldrinker - 2 Nov 2022 15:38
My favourite pub in Bakewell without a doubt.
It is traditional but modern at the same time. Very cozy inside, great beer and a nice enclosed beer garden with shelter and heater lights.

Bar staff are always friendly. It also has a games room with pool table and darts and is very popular with both the young people and old alike.

What more could you want in a pub?
Pubmanbeer - 29 Aug 2011 13:49
On a very busy street in the middle of Bakewell, which was a shock after our walk through deserted hills and farmland! Seemed like an odd place to me. Beer well-kept but unexceptional (Banks's and Brakspear) and barmaid was a little distracted (carried on a conversation about washing machines with a local chap whilst serving me). Wouldn't rush back.
polonius948 - 9 Jul 2011 18:25
Had a few gorgeous pints of Jennings Cockerhoop and Tizzy Wizzy here yesterday. Beautifully kept beer and sat listening to the most bizarre but interesting mix of music on a very comfortable leather sofa. Pub was pretty empty but it was a Thursday afternoon. Would definitely recommend a visit to this pub.
beerface - 10 Jun 2011 15:06
Given the number of pubs on this site now listed as closed, together with the many on shortened opening hours this place most definitely deserves an honourable mention as one of the few that are actually fighting back in the face of the recession.

Over the last few weeks the Queens has had on ongoing kind of rolling mini beer festival, together with live music most saturday nights. Some, to name but a few, of those I've sampled were, Kels Red, Golden Host, Boondoggle, Two Hoots, Flying Dutchman and Sweet Chariot. All well kept and well served. Tasting notes are posted adjacent to the bar.

There are in any case always four hand pulls on together with a similar number of lagers.

Definitely well worth supporting, keep up the good work landlord!

robf - 4 Apr 2011 10:25

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