Hurtwood Inn Hotel
The Hurtwood Inn sits in the charming town of Peaslake, surrounded by the rolling hills that have led to the area being named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s a great stop-off for walkers and cyclists alike, looking for a sunny spot in which to rest and refuel.
The menu features traditional pub classics that have stood the test of time, though you’ll also ﬁnd wonderful Italian cuisine here. The pub menu features the likes of homemade lasagne, and a house burger accompanied by chips and salad. Alternatively, why not opt for a home-cooked pizza? Topping combinations include spicy American sausage and fresh chilli, and anchovies, capers and olives. In the restaurant, a seasonally changing à la carte menu is available, which may feature dishes such as wild sea bass with a potato crust, and local venison wrapped in Parma ham. The Sunday roast offering is also adapted to suit the produce in season, though always features meat, ﬁsh and vegetarian options, and everything is accompanied by vegetables, roasties and a homemade Yorkshire pudding.
Complementing the menus is a comprehensive wine list, which showcases Old and New World varietals. If wine isn’t your tipple of choice, there’s ale on tap and a range of spirits and soft drinks, too.