Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn


0.5 miles
High Street, Longnor, Nr. Buxton, SK17 0NS
Situated in the little village of Longnor, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn is an ideal place to stay if you want to really explore the Peak District. Dating back to the early 17th Century, the inn was originally a small farmstead, and today stands as one of the area's oldest remaining buildings. The inn owes its name to its location on an old turnpike road and packhorse route, which allowed it to obtain a supply of Cheshire cheese as it was being transported between markets in Derbyshire and Yorkshire.

The sense of history continues inside, with the cosiness of a crackling log fire, old photos of local scenes and glass-topped tables containing trinkets from times past. But the Cheshire Cheese also delivers on modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi, Sky TV and excellent bed-and-breakfast accommodation, with a variety of comfortable suites available in the recently converted stable block just across the road.

Meals here are excellent value for money, home cooked and served throughout the week in satisfying portions - the Sunday lunches are particularly noteworthy. The bar is always well stocked and, for those long summer days, the beer garden is just the place to kick back with a traditional ale. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is one of those good old-fashioned, family-friendly sorts of places, and comes highly recommended.
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