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Traditional restaurants in Derbyshire Dales

The Jug and Glass Inn

Traditional4.8 miles Ashbourne Road Hartington SK17 0BA

A haven for ramblers, The Jug and Glass Inn is perfectly situated on the beautiful White Peak in the Peak District National Park. A secure cycle shed and close proximity to the Tissington and High Peak trails make this the ideal stop-off for cyclists and well-behaved dogs are welcome inside and out. Summer transforms the extensive...

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The Jug & Glass Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.8 miles Ashbourne Road Harington SK17 0BA

Stunning views across glorious Derbyshire countryside, fine English fare, comfortable rooms for overnight stays and a very warm welcome from patrons Janette and Frank - with all this, the AA-three-star, gold-rated Jug & Glass Inn truly is a provincial gem in the very heart of Derbyshire's walking country. This cosy inn dates ...

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The Waterloo Inn

Traditional4.8 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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Malt Shovel Inn

Traditional5.4 miles Oakerthorpe Road Bolehill Wirksworth Moor DE4 4GS

The Malt Shovel Inn is situated on Wirksworth Moor amid the glorious Derbyshire countryside. With quick links to outdoor attractions including the High Peak Trail, Carsington Water and the Heights of Abraham, this homely inn is ideally located for those looking for an adventure. Welcoming all who enter their quaint little pub - incl...

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The Red Lion Inn - Hognaston

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.4 miles Main Street DE6 1PR

In the ancient village of Hognaston, The Red Lion Inn has stood the test of time. Every aspect, from the bar and dining room to the comfortable en-suite rooms, is saturated with history and character. Its quintessentially English charms even appealed to J. F. Kennedy, who stayed here with his wife in 1997. Shift your attention...

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The Red Lion @ Kniveton

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.8 miles Main Street Kniveton DE6 1JH

Located in the picturesque village of Kniveton, near Carsington Water and the historic market town of Ashbourne, this privately owned country pub offers traditional charm with a modern twist. The new owners took over in August 2012 and have made the most of the listed building's charming character. A full menu of fresh, homemade ...

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The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.8 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 Restaurants5.8 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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The Rutland Arms Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.8 miles The Square DE45 1BT

Set in beautiful Bakewell within the Peak District National Park, The Rutland Arms Hotel dates all the way back to 1804, and legend has it that Jane Austen stayed in one of the rooms here while she was writing Pride and Prejudice. Located on the outskirts of the Chatsworth Estate, this is also the perfect base from which to explore ...

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The Wheatsheaf

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.8 miles Bridge Street DE45 1DS

Cross the River Wye, into the heart of the bustling, historic market town of Bakewell and you'll find The Wheatsheaf. Inside this traditional stone building, home-cooked meals of epic proportions await hungry souls. Feast on hearty pies, mammoth mixed grills and unfeasibly large roast Derbyshire chickens or challenge yourself with h...

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The Bluebell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.9 miles Buxton Road Tissington DE6 1NH

A tourist's dream, The Bluebell Inn is found at the gateway to Dovedale and is surrounded by lush countryside as far as the eye can see. This homely establishment has built up a solid reputation thanks to its comprehensive, affordable menu and stunning location. The main building is an impressive structure flanked by an ample bee...

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Jug and Glass Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6 miles Main Road DE4 5GJ

Built by Peter Nightingale in 1782, the Jug and Glass Inn is reputed to be the site of Florence Nightingale's first hospice. This Grade II listed inn, complete with five en-suite guest rooms, exudes rustic charm. We were pleased to find a menu featuring pub classics like pies and fish and chips as well as more adventurous dishes suc...

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Bentley Brook Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.2 miles DE6 1LF

The Bentley Brook is an attractive building set in several acres on the edge of the Peak District. With lawns and patio gardens, the inn attracts a varied clientele of all ages, including families, walkers, cyclists and those looking to explore the historic town of Ashbourne or traverse the pretty Tissington Trail. Food and refreshm...

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The Bulls Head Monyash

Traditional6.6 miles Church Street Monyash DE45 1JH

The Bulls Head is tucked away amidst Monyash’s winding lanes, limestone walls and rolling green hills. This pretty inn occupies a beautiful 17th-century building and boasts a homely setting where relaxation is inevitable; the pub’s beamed ceilings and stone walls create a cosy setting for ramblers, cyclists and locals alike ...

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The Ashford Arms

Traditional6.8 miles Church Street Ashford-in-the-Water DE45 1QB

This traditional country inn can be found in the heart of the village and offers a warm welcome to all. Inside, oak beams and Derbyshire stone walls add to its cosy charm, while outside, a large garden beckons warm weather. The light and airy conservatory is also a favourite spot in which to enjoy lunch or dinner, and for those wi...

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