GOVERNMENT ROADMAP SHOWSWE ARE ON COURSE TO REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY 19th MAY

According to the Government's road map for the incremental reopening of the economy, the hospitality sector should be able to reopen for indoor service from 17th May. We shall welcome your bookings for accommodation and/or table reservations from Wednesday 19th. See, also our news page.

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Expected reopening on Wednesday 19th May

Following the publication of the Government's 'road map' for relaxation of the Covid restrictions, the success of the vaccine rollout and the tumbling infection rates country-wide, it is with some confidence that we anticipate the scheduled re-opening of indoor hospitality on Monday 17th May. We...

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The future for fine dining!

A picture of dining at the Samuel Fox, made by James's young daughter, Helena, on her new iPad. Three courses, each one exquisit in its simplicity. This is healthy eating, requires minimal prep, and the carbon footprint is infinitessinly small, no wonder Samuel Fox looks so contented. Thank you...

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First Christmas and New Year, then Valentines, now it looks like Mother's Day will be spent at home!

It's beginning to look awfully like the hospitality sector is going to remain closed for a few months, according to the most recent scientific advice to government. Since the first lockdown in March 2020, we have been closed for six of the ten months, with no prospect of being able to open any time...

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National lockdown means we shall remain closed for the foreseeable future

Wow, how quickly things change! Just over a week ago we were in tier three, last Thursday we went into tier four and today, we like everyone else in England are subject to a national lockdow. One thing hasn't changed though, we've been forced to close throughout and now, we shall remain closed...

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New Year greetings, hope springs eternal!

What a way to see in the New Year. Moving from tier three into tier four. So, we remain closed and it’s looking awfully like we’re likely to remain so for some weeks to come. We’ve fingers crossed for managing Valentine’s weekend in mid-February, but probably with more hope than judgement! Despite...

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Christmas 2020

It’s been an extremely tough year for most, but despite the often-made claim that “we’re all in this together”, it is a fact that parts of our society have suffered disproportionate, while other have positively flourished. Thanks to the furlough scheme, our lovely staff have been spared the worse...

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Hope of an early New Year reopening fades

Reopening anytime soon in the New Year is beginning to look a forlorn hope as England has been put on notice for a New Year lockdown after the government's chief scientific adviser warned that an extension of Tier 4 restrictions may be needed.

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Derbyshire to remain in tier three Covid restrictions - we must remain closed

Matt Hancock has announced this morning changes to the Covid tier arrangements across England. He has confirmed that as with most tier three designated areas Derbyshire remains in tier three, meaning that we shall remain closed for the forseeable future. Our planned Christmas and New Year opening...

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Planned restaurant opening times over the Christmas and New Year holiday - if we come out of tier three in time

  If, as promised the government reviews the current tier status of regions on December 16th and if, as a result we should find ourselves in tier two by Christmas, our planned restaurant opening times are as follows: Upon reopening, dinner as usual served from six Christmas Eve, dinner as...

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Shock, horror; the Peak District placed in tier three restrictions, meaning we must remain closed

Following our confident ststement only yesterday that we would be reopening next Thursday, we were shocked to learn earlier today that the Peak District, along with the remainder of Derbyshire and surrounding areas of Sheffield, south Yorkshire and Greater Manchester are to be placed in tier three...

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The Samuel Fox Country Inn is an AA four gold star country inn with an emphasis on good food and fine dining. The Inn has four tastefully appointed en-suite rooms, with great views, and its location in Bradwell in the picturesque Hope Valley makes it an ideal base for exploring Derbyshire's Peak District National Park.

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