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.

Implementation of Covid-19 distancing and hygiene measures

To check availability and to make a booking to dine with us please click here or call us on 01433 621562

We cannot guarantee to be able to seat guests who have not made a prior reservation. When making reservations we will endeavour to give you the time you require, however due to the need to space tables to respect physical distancing rules, our capacity is reduced, and reservations may need to be staggered. Please note that in order to ensure the effectiveness of the NHS Test and Trace service, we sjall have to take contact details for at least one person in any group of up to six maximum guests (in the unlikely event that these are not already recorded at time of reserving your table/room).

Guests wishing to reserve rooms are advised to check availability, prices and to book rooms please click here, or call us on 01433 621562.

There will be restrictions in place to reduce the amount of people using the public areas of the hotel, restaurant and bar and we shall implement additional measures and practices designed to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff. They are as follows:

  • All customers must enter the building through the rear hotel entrance and exit using the main doors at the front. You are required by law to wear a face covering on entering the building and to continue to do so until seated at your table or safely ensconced in your room.
  • Before entering the building please use the hand sanitising gel outside the entrance. There will be additional sanitiser gel dispensers in the restaurant and hotel stairway.
  • When entering the bar and restaurant please follow the sign to reception on the left. The door on the right will be used for customers wishing to use the toilets from the dining room.
  • In line with government instructions, we are obliged to take contact details for persons entering the premises in order to facilitate the NHS Test and Trace system. Using the NHS app please scan the NHS QR code displayed at the entrance to the building on your smart phoneIn or, in the event that you are unable to do this please ensure you provide a member of staff with your contact details.
  • Internal doors in the public areas will be left open to minimise the need for customers and staff to touch door handles and/or push plates.
  • All staff have been trained in and will follow best practice hygiene rules to include, for example frequent sanitising of surfaces, handles, etc. and regular hand washing. All customer facing staff will be wearing face coverings or visors.
  • Once inside the bar area, guests should wait to be greeted by a staff member. If you have a reservation in the restaurant you will be taken to your table, in the restaurant or if requested and the weather allows, directed to outside seating on the front or rear terraces.
  • The maximum permissible number of guests per table is six, both inside and in the outside seating areas.
  • You may just have a drink. No reservation will be required; however you will be required to scan the NHS QR code on entry or give contact details to a member of staff and to sit at a table, either inside (unless already reserved or taken by diners) or outside on the terraces.
  • If you have a room reservation, we will take a few details from you and then accompanied to your room. Your room will have been thoroughly cleaned beforehand with extensive use of sanitiser to treat surfaces and handles in the bedroom and en-suite bathroom.
  • Hotel guests will notice some changes compared with pre-covid arrangements. We have removed 'non-essential' items from the bedrooms, e.g. magazines, welcome pack (this will be emailed to guests upon arrival) and bed decor, such as bedspreads and cushions that cannot be cleaned before each new guest arrival. The hospitality trays in rooms will remain with all items fresh from the dishwasher or sanitised and consumables, such as tea bags will be provided on request. In the en-suites, toiletries will be provided in Ziplock bags. On departure guests will be requested to place room keys in a box at reception, in readiness for sanitising prior to re-use. 
  • In the restaurant and outside seating areas all tables will be spaced such that diners at adjacent tables will be at least one metre apart and, where possible up to two metres. This measure will reduce the capacity of the restaurant to a maximum of around 25 diners.
  • Drinking at the bar is prohibited as is ordering and paying for drinks at the bar. As required by law we offer table service only.
  • The wine list may be reduced to below our normal offer of around 60 wines. However we shall continue to offer around 15 or so of our wines by the glass. The wine list, with tasting notes will be available as a laminated double-sided sheet and sterilised between and after use.
  • The restaurant food offer will consist of a choice of set price three course menu or five or seven course tasting menus. These will be available in a laminated format and sterilised before and after use. The same menu must be chosen by the whole table with exception of dietary requirements. There will be a full vegetarian option available for each menu.
  • The restaurant and bar will close at 10:00pm as required by law. This means that last food orders are now 8:30pm for those choosing from our three-course menu and 7:30 for those diners opting for either our five or seven course tasting menus.
  • If you wish to use the toilets whilst in the bar or restaurant, please follow the signs to allow one direction traffic and reduce contact with other parties. Hotel guests will be advised to use their own en-suite facilities during their stay.
  • Cutlery, glasses and condiments will be brought to the table as and when required.  Salt and pepper mills and other containers, e.g. mustard pots will be sanitised between uses.
  • Payments will be by card only and, for diners and drinkers, taken at your table.

We ask that you comply with the above and advice given by staff to help us provide a safe environment in which you may relax and enjoy your time with us. We have your best interests at heart and our distancing and hygiene measures are fully compliant with government advice.

We look forward to serving you, and please be assured that we shall continue to update our hygiene and distancing measures, in the light of experience and in compliance with emerging government instructions and advice.

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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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The Samuel Fox Country Inn, Stretfield Road, Bradwell, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 9JT

Phone: 01433 621 562
Email: enquiries@samuelfox.co.uk

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