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Pubs and Bars with Restaurants restaurants in Derbyshire Dales

Black Swan

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.7 miles Church Street Ashover S45 0AB

At the picturesque heart of Ashover sits the Black Swan, a quaint and unassuming establishment with a rural, homely feel. Having wandered through the smart bar, we made our way upstairs to the intimate restaurant - a wonderful amalgamation of classic style and contemporary furnishings, the space was warm and rustic yet sleek and bea...

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The Coach House Bar & Restaurant

Bar-Restaurant7.8 miles Sandybrook Country Park Buxton Road DE6 2AQ

Just north of Ashbourne, you’ll find one of the most relaxing places to stay in the Peak District. The Coach House stands at the centre of Sandybrook Country Park, in a listed building that boasts wonderful south-facing views and a central courtyard for al fresco dining.
My partner and I were warmly welcomed and guided th...

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The Black Horse Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.9 miles Main Road Hulland Ward DE6 3EE

Well known for its life-size fibreglass cows 'strolling' through the garden and the prancing black horse depicted on the wall, this homely inn is what you might call a 'proper pub' - with bags of personality, an air of history and cosy accommodation (complete with four-poster beds). The restaurant is charmingly old-fashioned and com...

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White Lion

Traditional8 miles Main Street Great Longstone DE45 1TA

Owners Libby and Greg Robinson know a thing or two about what makes an atmospheric community bolthole like the White Lion successful. After taking over in 2009, they’ve spent their tenure here establishing the pub as a social hub and cornerstone of the village of Great Longstone, lovingly restoring the interior and transforming ...

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The Crispin Inn

Traditional8 miles Main Street DE45 1TZ

�A genuinely warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Crispin Inn. My friend and I were greeted with a firm handshake from amiable landlord Paul Rowlinson; and after our drinks were ordered from the bar, we were shown to our table. Sitting in the cosy glow of a real coal fire, we felt right at home and took the time to glance...

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Red Lion at The Peak Edge Hotel

Bar-Restaurant8.1 miles Darley Road Stone Edge S45 0LW

Proudly positioned on the edge of the Peak District, this elegant venue combines a welcoming atmosphere and an exciting menu that brings together the freshest local ingredients. On sunny days the newly refurbished terrace area is the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing drink and spectacular views of the Peak District. In winter, v...

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Packhorse Inn

Traditional8.1 miles Main Street Little Longstone DE45 1NN

Situated on an old packhorse route, the Packhorse Inn has been offering refreshment to tired travellers since 1787. The inn has stayed loyal to its traditional roots, providing a cosy, homely place to enjoy a leisurely pint or a hearty meal. Its prime location on the Monsal Trail means the pub is lucky enough to be surrounded by s...

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The Okeover Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.2 miles DE6 2AB

The Okeover Arms is a traditional family-run country pub located in the village of Mapleton - which lies between Ashbourne and Dovedale. The pub has a unique and idyllic location - completely unspoilt - amongst the rolling hills of the Dove Valley. All food on offer is freshly prepared to order, using the best ingredients availa...

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Ye Olde Vaults

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.4 miles 21 Market Place DE6 1EU

The historic market town of Ashbourne, also known as 'the gateway to Dovedale', is home to this most traditional of pubs. A family inn through and through, Ye Olde Vaults stands proud on the main market square, welcoming passersby and regulars into the atmospheric, low-beamed interior - parts of which date back to the 1860s. At the ...

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The Duke of York

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.7 miles Ashbourne Road Pomeroy SK17 9QG

Ale aficionados take heed; the delightful Duke of York boasts a superb stock of local Robinsons cask ales and premium lagers, best enjoyed beside the roaring fire in winter or in one of their two beer gardens during summer. Here you'll find walkers, locals and those camping in the pub's campsite, as well as diners on the look-out fo...

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The Cross Keys at Turnditch

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.9 miles Ashbourne Road DE56 2LH

The Cross Keys is a picturesque country inn at the heart of village life. You'll find it in the centre of Turnditch, a lovely little hillside village about ten miles from Derby, eight miles from Ashbourne and a five-minute drive from Carsington Water. The Cross Keys offers the charm and character of an historic inn with a contempora...

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The Greyhound Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9 miles Leek Road Warslow SK17 0JN

A 250-year-old former coaching inn, The Greyhound has an upmarket appeal while still retaining its old-world charm. New chef Gary Betley has designed an extensive menu that is sure to draw discerning customers from far and wide - we were certainly impressed. After much deliberation, I opted to start with poached spicy pear and Pa...

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The Old Yew Tree Inn

Traditional9.3 miles 51. Manor Road South Wingfield DE55 7NH

The Old Yew Tree Inn is a Good Beer Guide-listed, family-run free house offering great food and an extensive selection of cask ales, including Marston's Pedigree, Old Speckled Hen and Harvest Pale, as well as Weston's Cider. Located in the historic village of South Wingfield, this pub dates back to the 16th Century and neighbours ...

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The Fox & Goose

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.4 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 Derwentwater Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.5 miles Lowside Calver S32 3XQ

This hidden Derbyshire gem, overlooking the pretty stone village of Calver, is ideal for a low-key lunch or a smart evening meal. Located in Hope Valley in the midst of the Peak District National Park, with an attractive terrace from which to survey the view, The Derwentwater Arms is a great place to enjoy satisfying fare whilst tak...

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