Dog & Partridge
The Dog & Partridge Hotel
With its picturesque half-timbered exterior and prominent High Street location in the tranquil Staffordshire village of Tutbury, the Grade II listed Dog & Partridge Hotel is an attractive 15th Century former coaching inn. Close to the historic and reputedly haunted Tutbury Castle, the hotel is the perfect location to explore the nearby towns of Burton on Trent, Derby and Uttoxeter, or enjoy some of the lovely surrounding Staffordshire countryside.
Alton Towers, Uttoxeter Races, Ashbourne and the Peak District are within easy reach, and Tutbury itself has much to offer, with many attractive Georgian and Regency buildings, fine antique and gift shops and the ruins of medieval Tutbury castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned. The park at Tutbury Mill, perched on the River Dove, is particularly scenic for picnicking and riverside walks.
The ideal hotel for Burton on Trent and Derby
Burton on Trent is just 4 miles away and central Derby only 12 miles, so business travellers can relax at The Dog & Partridge Hotel after a day’s work. Guests using the hotel on business find it an ideal location within easy reach of the M42, M6 Toll and the M1, as Tutbury is less than 5 minutes from the A50 and less than 10 minutes from the A38.
A perfect hotel base for exploring Staffordshire and The Peak District
If you’re planning a holiday or short break, The Dog & Partridge Hotel has a wealth of great attractions and lovely countryside with easy reach. For families, the thrills and excitement of Alton Towers theme park, Staffordshire’s biggest attraction, are just 30 minutes away on the A50. For football fans, the new FA National Football Centre at St George’s Park is just 4 miles south of Tutbury at Needwood and offers a behind-the-scenes tour. The stunning countryside of the Peak District National Park, including White Peak, Dovedale and Ilam Park, offers a rich variety of landscapes for walking, rambling and cycling. The pretty market town of Ashbourne, just 30 minutes north of Tutbury, is known as the ‘Gateway to The Peak District’.