"Having more than "splashed through" flooded roads around Tutbury, we enjoyed a good one-night stay in ROOM 5 - a spacious twin room with a nice en-suite. "Ye Olde Dog and Partridge" is, as the name suggests, an old building, with great charm and character. But, you might need to negotiate a rabbit-warren of corridors and starcaises (up and down) to get to your bedroom. So, I wouldn't recommend it for anyone who isn't able to manage stairs. Donna, Paul and staff were all cheerful and friendly - we felt very welcome. We both enjoyed superbly cooked steaks in the evening. As other guests have mentioned, the breakfast experience was a slight let-down, with self-serve tea and coffee (the coffee wasn't great to be honest) and you have to use a toaster to make your own toast. But we would stay there again, as an overnight stop on our way up to visit our daughter and grandsons in Yorkshire."
"At short notice it was suggested we all went here for an early evening dinner. Turned out to be very good choice having not been here for many many years. We were a party of 7 adults and 3 children booked few hours before, On arrival we were shown a lovely table arrangement where we were in a secluded section where we could only see the side of one other table, although they were very busy. Time to study great menus while enjoying good pint of draught beer etc. Of course a little while before dinner arrived due to the variety of course. No complaints from anyone, just empty plates, waiting to see the desert menus. Again good selection, enjoyed. Will definitely tell friends and come again."
"We stayed here on New Year’s Eve and thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s very old and has lots of character. Our room was old and a good size with a large bathroom. The room had everything you would need however our room had empty hand wash and shower gel so we had none for our stay, this should have been refilled before our arrival. We went down into the bar for the evening which was nice. There was a band on for the evening but they weren’t the best! Also, we were sat in the quieter area by the fire and we thought it was cold and feel they should have lit the fire as this would have made it really cosy and much warmer. We would like to return here to explore the area a bit more and we would like to return to this pub and try a different room."