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The Barrel Inn

Traditional1 miles Bretton Nr. Eyam S32 5QD

Laying claim to being the highest pub in Derbyshire, The Barrel Inn boasts stunning views of the Peak District National Park and plenty of charm, and dates back to 1597. Good friends with many of the local suppliers, the proprietors of The Barrel Inn receive the highest quality produce which is then cooked on the premises, providing...

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The Queen Anne Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.3 miles Main Street Great Hucklow SK17 8RF

Built in the 17th Century, The Queen Anne Inn is an award-winning pub steeped in history and brimming with traditional charm. Here you will find a lovely beer garden boasting pretty countryside views, comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, delicious home-cooked food and a bar well-stocked with lagers, fine wines and regularly ...

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The Buttery

British1.4 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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Village Green Café

Café1.7 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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Miners Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.8 miles Water Lane Eyam S32 5RG

This charming inn, built in 1630, was once the watering hole of the numerous mine owners in the area - dubbing themselves 'The Barmote Court', they would gather here to decide on the issues of the day. Now, locally born landlord Ian Jackson and landlady Ruth Nuttall have built up an enviable reputation for The Miners based on fine, ...

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The Red Lion

Traditional2 miles Litton Nr. Buxton SK17 8QU

Stunning walks start and end at this traditional pub. Licensed since 1787, The Red Lion at Litton sits in a central spot overlooking the pretty village green. Landlady Jeanne and resident labrador Humphrey extend a warm welcome to all who visit. Inside this cosy little gem you’ll find stone floors, roaring fires and wood panelli...

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Curry Cottage

Indian2.2 miles The Dale S32 4TF

Find Curry Cottage in a beautiful part of Hope Valley, nestled between a cluster of stony dwellings. The spectacular Lover’s Leap towers above the restaurant; it’s a famous spot where a jilted bride once flung herself from the clifftop only to be saved by her petticoat skirts acting as a parachute. Curry Cottage...

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The Moon Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.4 miles High Street Stoney Middleton S32 4TL

In the pretty village of Stoney Middleton you'll discover The Moon Inn - a delightful country pub with a warm and inviting atmosphere, a fantastic selection of cask ales and wines and outstanding home-cooked food, all made using fresh, seasonal and organic produce. Situated in the Derbyshire Dales amidst acres of lush woodland, t...

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The George Hotel

Traditional2.5 miles Commerical Road SK17 8NU

The George Hotel, a classic coaching inn built around 1730, is located adjacent to the glorious 'Cathedral of the Peak', a beautiful church in historic Tideswell. Even among the many charming shops and winding streets in this picturesque village, The George Hotel stands apart. The building still retains many of its 18th-Century ...

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Star Inn

Traditional2.6 miles High Street Tideswell SK17 8LD

Happy hosts Gerry and Judy warmly welcome all who find their way to the Star Inn, a traditional pub with bags of character. Settled on the edge of the Pennine range, the Star Inn sits between the three picture-postcard villages of Baslow (close to Chatsworth House), Bakewell and Buxton. In this scenic hotspot, a wealth of pursuits a...

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The Horse & Jockey

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.7 miles Printers Cottage Queen Stree Tideswell SK17 8JZ

If it's great value, homemade pub favourites served in a picturesque setting you're after, you won't go far wrong at The Horse and Jockey. Situated close to Chatsworth and well worth a visit in its own right, this inn is surrounded by plenty of walking trails running through Tideswell village. Inside you'll find traditional decor ...

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The Cherry Tree

Café2.7 miles Cherry Tree Square Queen Street SK17 8JZ

When choosing where to eat, we often seek simplicity. The Cherry Tree in Tideswell offers a simple formula of freshly made food available to take away. Small yet perfectly formed, the venue is a one-stop-shop for something tasty, satisfying and filling. The varied menu lists a range of sandwiches – made fresh...

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The Peak District Dairy Farm Shop & Cafe

Farm2.7 miles Heathy Grange Sherwood Road Tideswell SK17 8HR

The Peak District Dairy has won a plethora of awards for its produce, and you can find all of it in their delightful farm shop and café in the heart of the village of Tideswell. The dairy uses environmentally friendly, sustainable farming practices and specialises in producing top-quality products, including milk, cream, butt...

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The Shoulder of Mutton

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3 miles Church Street Bradwell S33 9HJ

The Shoulder of Mutton, situated in the glorious Peak District village of Bradwell, is a traditional village pub boasting a successful bed and breakfast venture and a menu of delicious food. The pub kitchen serves a range of hearty home-cooked food made using locally sourced ingredients, including fi sh dishes, vege...

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The Crispin Inn

Traditional3 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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