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The Fox & Goose

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.4 miles Pudding Pie Hill Wigley S42 7JJ

This picturesque stone pub and restaurant on the edge of the Peak District National Park has not only received much recent acclaim but is also one of the oldest hostelries in Derbyshire, with documented use as an inn dating back to 1590.
The name derives from a Viking board game played here by monks in the 14th century, and...

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The Church Inn

British6.5 miles Main Street Chelmorton SK17 9SL

Billed as a quintessential English pub, The Church Inn commandeers a princely spot opposite the 13th-century Church of St John the Baptist in the picturepostcard village of Chelmorton. Taking time out of their day to enjoy exceptional traditional fare and quality, award-winning ale, residents and pub patrons can’t help but be en...

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The Sycamore Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.9 miles 9 Sycamore Road DE4 3HZ

At the charming Sycamore Inn, the warm and cosy ambience and dedicated staff will make guests feel right at home. Traditional British fare is the order of the day here, and all ingredients are locally sourced where possible; the meat even comes from the local butchers. The Sycamore Inn's signature pies are of particular note (the st...

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The Waterloo Inn

Traditional7 miles Main Street SK17 0DH

The Waterloo Inn, located just off the Tissington Trail, is a perfect find after being out and about exploring the magnificent Peak District - even your muddy boots are welcome. Housed in a building over 350 years old, The Waterloo Inn is full of charm and character, with a cosy open fire. It's a great place to sit back and enjoy on...

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Biggin Hall Hotel

Modern European, British7 miles Main Street SK17 0DH

Situated in the Peak District National Park, this 17th-Century hotel is a real find. Close to Chatsworth and other stately homes, traffic-free cycling trails and some of the best walking in England direct from its grounds, Biggin Hall provides well-appointed accommodation in a sympathetically renovated Grade II* listed building, with...

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Thorn Tree Inn

Traditional7.1 miles 48 Jackson Road DE4 3JQ

Set high above Matlock town centre, with views from the heated patio area stretching out across the Derwent Valley, the Thorn Tree Inn can best be described as friendly, cosy and inviting. Since taking over the pub, hosts Pat and Emma have become famous throughout the surrounding area for their pie nights on Wednesdays - you choose ...

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Wilmot Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.1 miles 49 Derby Road DE4 3JQ

With a focus on reasonably priced, wholesome food and a family-friendly atmosphere to boot, it comes as no surprise that this traditional free house is a popular choice with locals and visitors alike. Like each of his dedicated chefs, owner Carlo is a passionate and innovative individual, always striving to improve his fare. Th...

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The Gate Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.3 miles Overgreen Cutthorpe S42 7BA

Set in the rolling Derbyshire hills with stunning views that stretch as far as Sheffield, this traditional country pub is understandably popular with walkers and local diners alike. We were greeted by a flickering log fire and the warm buzz of conversation and - despite the pub's position in relative wilderness - the place was pa...

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Maazi

Indian7.3 miles 25 Causeway Lane DE4 3AR

With a beautiful and commanding corner facade overlooking Hall Leys Park and the river beyond, a tuk-tuk used for takeaway deliveries on display outside the grand entrance, and an appetising, spicy aroma permeating the air, you'll be impressed by Maazi even before stepping inside. This sophisticated Indian restaurant, occupying what...

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David Mellor Design Museum Café

Cafe7.3 miles The Round Building Leadmill S32 1BA

Situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Peak District National Park, the David Mellor Design Museum Café is a truly unique environment in which to relax and enjoy delicious homemade food. A key fi gure in British design, David Mellor was widely known as ‘the cutlery king’. The café is situated on the same site as ...

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The Plough Inn

Gastropub7.3 miles Leadmill Bridge S32 1BA

Set in nine acres of picturesque private land, The Plough Inn is a wonderful place in which to enjoy the delights of the countryside. The garden, which slopes down to meet the banks of the River Derwent, includes both a pleasant courtyard and an attractive beer garden where guests can dine al fresco. In the cooler months, this 16t...

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Viva

Italian7.4 miles 27-29 Dale Road DE4 3LT

The decor in this modern, spacious restaurant is as tasteful as the food it serves. An open kitchen allows diners the chance to watch as Sicilian and Venetian dishes are perfectly recreated. The dining experience at Viva is authentically Italian, with a vast menu offering a variety of bread, starters, pizza, pasta, risotto, meat a...

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MoCa Bar

Cafe and Bar, Cafés7.4 miles 77 Dale Road DE4 3LT

Popular among real ale enthusiasts, MoCa has again been nominated for the Matlock and Dales CAMRA Pub of the Year Award, having won the previous two years. The venue offers six regular ales from local breweries, including Abbeydale, Kelham Island and Dancing Duck, with a guest ale which changes every few days. If real ale isn't your...

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Black Cat Café

Cafe7.4 miles The Courtyard 2 Dale Road DE4 3LT

Situated in the Fairtrade town of Matlock, the Black Cat Café is a lovely spot for everything from a relaxed morning coffee to a delicious lunchtime treat. Owners Roger and Val pride themselves on offering freshly prepared, home-cooked food and a warm, friendly welcome. Set back from the road, the café offers some much-needed pe...

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Black Cat Café

Café7.4 miles The Courtyard 2 Dale Road DE4 3LT

For delicious home-cooked fare, look no further than Black Cat Café. The building is characterful, having stood since Victorian times. It is a great place to visit for a peaceful coffee break, or enjoy a leisurely meal. Visit in the morning and fill up for the day ahead with a full English, or pop in at lunchtime for a sandwich m...

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