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The Cheshire Cheese Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.1 miles Edale Road Hope S33 6ZF

Once a pit-stop for those traversing the old salt-carrying route from Cheshire to Yorkshire, this gorgeous Peak District inn dates back to 1632 - when payment for lodging would be made in cheese. Not far from the famous caverns of Castleton and relatively untouched - the original cheese hooks are still visible - The Cheshire Cheese ...

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The Buttery

British9.2 miles Eyam Hall S32 5QW

Situated in the heart of the Peak District, in the delightful grounds of Eyam Hall, this charming yet sophisticated café and restaurant offers elegant bistro dining. Owned by the hall’s residents, the Wrights, and located just five miles from Sheffield and ten miles from Chatsworth, this is the perfect spot to break up a day’...

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Hassop Station Cafe

Cafe, Cafés9.2 miles Hassop Station Hassop Road DE45 1NW

Once serving the Derby to Manchester line, Hassop Station is now all about leisure time. The railway line is long gone; in its place is the Monsal Trail - a lovely cycling and walking route from Bakewell to Buxton. There's nowhere better to rest tired feet and refuel than at Hassop Station's reincarnation as a charming café. ...

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The Coffee Tavern

Cafe and Bistro, Cafés9.2 miles Shrigley Road Pott Shrigley SK10 5SE

Found in the tiny Cheshire village of Pott Shrigley, The Coffee Tavern is a genuine curiosity. Built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee and originally a lending library, this charming restaurant was transformed into its current guise 18 years ago. It has seating for around 30 diners and offers a range of hearty meal...

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The Lathkil Hotel

Traditional9.2 miles School Lane Over Haddon DE45 1JE

The Lathkil Hotel is a place of tremendous natural beauty, overlooking a limestone dale with views across fields and woods to Youlgreave. Known locally for its wonderful offering of delicious food The four recently refurbished en-suite guest bedrooms are bright and modern and boast all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay...

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The Sycamore Inn

Traditional9.2 miles Sycamore Road SK22 1AB

The mantra at this tranquil, family-run inn is: ‘may all the guests leave as friends’. Owners Darren and Samantha Kimber are committed to providing first-class service, with every guest made to feel at home from the moment they step through the door, whether they are human or four-legged.


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Chilli Banana

Thai9.3 miles The Merchants House 59 Buxton Road SK10 1JX

Husband-and-wife team Ben and Dao opened this charming restaurant eight years ago. They now have a large and loyal following, and on our recent visit we discovered why. Staff here are warm, friendly and eager to make you feel right at home. The impressive menu is bursting with classics such as pad Thai and gaeng ped (red curry), as ...

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Losehill House Hotel & Spa

Fine Dining9.3 miles Edale Road Hope S33 6AF

If you are lucky enough to stumble across Losehill House Hotel & Spa, I'm sure you'll agree that there are few places so happily situated. The hotel's reputation is not born only of the delightful bedrooms with exceptional en-suite facilities, the swimming pool, spa facilities and incredible views - the light-beckoning restauran...

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The Lord Clyde

British9.4 miles 36 Clarke Lane, Kerridge SK10 5AH

Steeped in history, The Lord Clyde is a cosy gastropub serving seasonal, modern British dishes. Surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside, local produce packs the menu, which is joined by an impressive wine list.

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The Rams Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.4 miles Buxton Road West Disley SK12 2AE

As far as pub locations go, they don't get much better than this. Perched on the edge of the Peak District in the Goyt Valley, The Ram's Head (built circa 1650) was once the main stop-off point for coaches travelling between Manchester and London. These days, journeyers still drop by for the warm atmosphere, fresh food and great s...

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Hare & Hounds

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.4 miles Dooley Lane Marple SK12 2AE

Situated on the edge of the village of Marple, not too far from the Derbyshire border, the Hare & Hounds is a place to sample quality Cask Marque ales and lovely pub food. This fine traditional pub serves excellent home-cooked fare in its quiet, cosy dining area, welcoming guests with warm and friendly service. Whether you're af...

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Village Green Café

Café9.4 miles The Square S32 5RB

Nestled in the beautiful village of Eyam, this dog-friendly café offers a range of delicious food. With a selection of breakfast plates, lunchtime meals and cakes available, there‘s plenty to choose from. For breakfast, pan-fried mushrooms and spinach on toast is great for vegans, while meat-eaters can enjoy locally sourced bac...

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The Old Eyre Arms

British9.4 miles Hassop DE45 1NS

The Old Eyre Arms occupies pride of place in the charming village of Hassop. This traditional country pub is a haven for even the most discerning foodies, offering classic British fare with a twist, and provides a relaxed space in which to enjoy casual drinks. This delightful establishment was recently taken over by Lee and Sian. ...

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The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.5 miles The Square DE45 1BT

This charming 17th-century building was once the home of Annie Wilson, a local woman who acquired the legendary recipe for Bakewell pudding, which she began producing and selling from the property in around 1860. The puddings - a puff pastry base with a layer of sweet strawberry jam, topped with a set mixture of eggs and almonds - a...

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The Red Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.5 miles The Square DE45 1BT

Conveniently situated in the main square, near the home of the Bakewell pudding, The Red Lion boasts all the features of a traditional country pub. Homemade pub favourites start at £8.95 and include beef and ale pie and scrumptious chilli, and diners can rest assured all dishes are cooked from local ingredients. A children's m...

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