The picture-postcard hamlet of Hulme End, in the Peak District National Park, is home to stunning natural vistas and plenty of outdoor adventure opportunities. It’s therefore no wonder that The Tea Junction has become an exceedingly popular spot for refueling. The team that mans this sought-after haunt knows more than a thing or two about serving delicious, crowd-pleasing, homemade food, and has been faithfully serving visitors since 2009. In addition to daily specials and seasonal nibbles, you’ll always ﬁnd freshly made soups and generously ﬁlled Staffordshire oatcakes – a local delicacy akin to a pancake and usually served hot with a savoury ﬁlling, such as Cheddar cheese and bacon. Dishes are created using as much local produce as possible, and can be enjoyed indoors, in the conﬁnes of the cosy café-restaurant, or outside in the suntrap picnic area.