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The Cricket Inn

Traditional4.6 miles Penny Lane S17 3AZ

The Cricket Inn is tucked away in a beautiful corner of Yorkshire. Surrounded by rolling hills, the pub is located in Totley, a suburb of Sheffield on the edge of the Peak District. The pub boasts stunning views to accompany delicious food and drink. Visit on a warm summer’s day and you’ll see why the beer garden is a definite...

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The Peak Hotel

British4.8 miles How Lane S33 8WJ

Widely regarded as one of the best pubs in the area, The Peak Hotel is alive with the inviting sound of chatter and laughter on any given night of the week. Landlord Rick Ellison recently refurbished and re-styled the hotel, working wonders to create the perfect setting. Inside, open fires, candlelit tables and eccentric vintage f...

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The Crown Inn

Traditional4.9 miles Hillfoot Road Totley S17 3AX

Just outside the bustling suburb of Totley, beside a winding road shrouded by trees, The Crown has all the hallmarks of a wonderful British establishment. With exposed beams, wooden furniture and roaring inglenook fireplace, its features are undoubtedly homely and draw customers from Yorkshire and beyond. On the menu the likes of ...

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The Devonshire Arms

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.9 miles 11 High Street S17 3GU

There's considerably more to the Devonshire Arms in Dore than meets the eye - it's not only a cosy and traditional village pub, but also a chic and stylish wine bar called Amici. Amici was created by landlady Tina in 2014 as a relaxed and contemporary area for wining and dining. Running the kitchen is head chef Anthony who turns out...

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The Bull's Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.9 miles Cross Street Castleton S33 8WH

If you haven’t visited Castleton in the heart of the Peak District National Park, you’ve been missing out. It’s a beautiful place, with much to do and see in the surrounding countryside, whether you’re a hiker, extreme sports enthusiast or like me, a real foodie. The Bull’s Head on the village’s main tho...

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Ye Olde Nag's Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.9 miles Cross Street Castleton S33 8WH

This 17th-Century coaching inn has beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, open fires and fabulous views over Hope Valley - everything you would expect from a traditional pub and more. The menu offers excellent pub fare, including many vegetarian choices, stone-baked pizzas, a children's menu and à la carte delights, with...

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Cross Scythes

British5 miles Baslow Road Totley S17 4AE

Cross Scythes is a popular spot with locals and visiting hikers alike. The recently refurbished interior combines a pleasing sophistication with attractive traditional features and creature comforts. Why not settle back in a squashy armchair and enjoy a refreshing drink? With rotating cask ale, pale ale, bitter, house and premium ...

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Peveril Tea Rooms

Tearoom5 miles Castle Street Castleton S33 8WG

Nestled in the charming village of Castleton, close to Peveril Castle, Peveril Tea Rooms welcomes all visitors, both two-legged and four. Whether you’re cycling, walking or just visiting for the day, it’s well worth fitting in a visit to this delightful spot. Guests can enjoy breakfast, light lunch or afternoon tea, and the tr...

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For Heaven’s Bakes

Café5 miles Castle Street, S33 8WG

Situated just off a main street in the busy town of Castleton, For Heaven’s Bakes is a little gem in Castleton serving delicious, home-cooked food. Locals and tourists alike are beckoned inside by the café’s enticing aroma, before discovering the daily menu and specials board – both of which offer a range of ...

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The George Inn

Traditional5 miles Castle Street Castleton S33 8WG

If you’re lucky enough to be visiting or living in the bustling village of Castleton, don’t miss The George Inn for a leisurely pint or a hearty meal. With a traditional feel both inside and out, this inn offers a relaxing place to drink, dine and stay. The George has also twice won the award for Peak District P...

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Three Roofs Café

Café5 miles The Island Castleton S33 8WN

Hope Valley is found in the stunning rural Peak District and is famous for its Blue John gemstone, historic castle and incredible landscapes. Tucked away within the depths of the rolling countryside is the quintessential traditional village of Castleton, home to an abundance of jewellers, gift shops, and the delightful Three Roofs...

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Dolly ‘n’ Teds

Tearoom5 miles The Stones S33 8WX

Set amongst the charming stone cottages of Castleton, Dolly ‘n’ Teds can be found in the rural village of Castleton in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, presided over by the ruins of the 11th-century Peveril Castle, Castleton is the perfect place to bring the family for a d...

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Whirlow Hall Farm Shop & Cafe

Cafe, Cafés5.4 miles Whirlow Hall Farm Trust Whirlow Lane Whirlow S11 9QF

Sitting on the edge of the Peak District, Whirlow Hall Farm is just a few miles from where Jamie Oliver kick-started his campaign to raise awareness of exactly what we are eating and where it comes from. At Whirlow Farm they take this notion to the next level; their food miles are measured in metres and the farm shop and café...

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The Red Lion

Traditional5.6 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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The Strines Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants5.7 miles Mortimer Road Bradfield Dale Bradfield, S6 6JE

The Strines Inn, or 'the meeting of water' in Old English, is a converted 13th-Century manor house built for yeoman farmers on the Bradfield Dale. The building, which has been an inn since 1771, sits amongst a mosaic of reservoirs and moorland scenery, offering respite for walkers and travellers alike, with open log fires and a gard...

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