What’s on at The Maynard luxury hotel in the Peak District this October? Read Rob’s latest blog which encourages us all to organise activities with our loved ones and friends so we have things to look forward to.
Looking for the perfect staycation in Derbyshire? Have something to look forward to and explore the heritage, hospitality and breathtaking scenery here in Grindleford. Join us for a cosy dinner, bed and breakfast deal in the Peak District at The Maynard.
Enjoy a Sunday dining experience at The Maynard this autumn/winter.
We have released a series of special dates where diners will be able to be seated on tables of up to six in our newly renovated Chatsworth Suite.
Join us every month for our wine pairing and dinner events. Enjoy a delicious three-course set menu, expertly crafted by head chef Adrian Gagea, in collaboration with local wine expert John Hattersley from Hattersley Wines.
In our quest to ensure that you #enjoymore at The Maynard we are excited to announce that Fridays will now be officially known as ‘Wine Night’. Starting September 25, 2020, every Friday you can get 25% off bottles of red, white, rose and fizz.
Starting 30th September, Wednesdays will officially become ‘Grill Night’ at The Maynard. Our 30% off the grill and burger menu is available from 12 midday until food orders finish (currently at 8:30 pm due to Government guidance).
Join us for a mulled wine and mince pie by the fire, accompanied by great food and efficient service. Put up your feet and let us do the hard work this Xmas
We had a blindingly brilliant August and as we move into the Autumnal months it’s time for us to reflect the produce of the season and work with our local suppliers to formulate our new menu.
We want you to always #Enjoymore at The Maynard so we bring you two afternoon tea options; Classic and Gentleman’s Afternoon Tea.
Rob discusses the all-important elements that have been obsessed over to create the delicious Sunday roast at The Maynard. We’d argue it might just be the best Sunday lunch in the Peak District!