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Traditional restaurants in High Peak

The Red Lion

Traditional10.5 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 Cheshire Cheese Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.5 miles Edale Road Hope S33 6ZF

Once a pit-stop for those traversing the old salt-carrying route from Cheshire to Yorkshire, this gorgeous Peak District inn dates back to 1632 - when payment for lodging would be made in cheese. Not far from the famous caverns of Castleton and relatively untouched - the original cheese hooks are still visible - The Cheshire Cheese ...

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The Shoulder of Mutton

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 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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Harrington Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.8 miles Leek Road Bosley SK11 0PH

The Harrington Arms in Bosley lies on the main road between Macclesfield and Leek, in a beautiful and imposing red brick building. Despite the convenience of its location, this pub is also surrounded by spectacular sweeping countryside views of the stunning Peak District National Park, which can be enjoyed from the large beer garden...

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The Duke of York

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.8 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 Queen Anne Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.9 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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Merchants House Kitchen

Traditional11.2 miles Market Hall Market Place SK17 0NT

Whether you fancy a hearty lunch or a relaxed evening meal out with friends, this delightful venue is sure to rise to the occasion. Set in the beautiful Longnor Market Hall, a warm welcome awaits at Merchants House Kitchen. The building dates back to the 17th century and the present-day venue retains its rustic charm, complete wit...

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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn

Traditional11.2 miles High Street Longnor SK17 0NS

Situated in the little village of Longnor, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn is an ideal place to stay if you want to really explore the Peak District. Dating back to the early 17th Century, the inn was originally a small farmstead, and today stands as one of the area's oldest remaining buildings. The inn owes its name to its location on ...

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The Barrel Inn

Traditional12.3 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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Ladybower Inn

Traditional12.4 miles Bamford S33 0AX

Perched on the waterside at the Ladybower Reservoir, this dog-friendly traditional pub is a haven for cyclists and walkers visiting the Derwent Valley. The front terrace provides stunning views of Bamford Edge and the reservoir, in which there’s an abundance of trout. This local fish is one of the most popular dishes on the menu...

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The Yorkshire Bridge Inn

Traditional12.5 miles Ashopton Road S33 0AZ

Situated in the Peak District’s stunning Hope Valley, The Yorkshire Bridge Inn is a family-owned destination inn with multiple awards to its name. Just a short stroll from the beautiful Ladybower Reservoir, it’s a spectacular retreat for those looking to find respite in nature. The Upper Derwent reservoir area is a paradise fo...

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The Anglers Rest

Traditional12.7 miles Main Road S33 0DY

The community-owned Anglers Rest in Bamford retains a loyal following of returning visitors thanks to the great service and food, and a crowd-pleasing range of craft beer and ale. It’s no surprise they were named District Pub of the Year 2017 by Sheffield and District CAMRA. Inside, an inviting blend of traditional features and...

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The Bulls Head Monyash

Traditional12.8 miles Church Street Monyash DE45 1JH

Occupying a prime position overlooking the village green in picturesque Monyash, The Bulls Head is a traditional British pub at the heart of the local community. You’re guaranteed a friendly welcome from the team, combined with a warm atmosphere that’s sure to make you feel right at home. Inside, you’ll find several adaptabl...

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Packhorse Inn

Traditional12.8 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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Cock & Pullet

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.9 miles Sheldon DE45 1QS

What was once an old cowshed is now a renovated gem of a pub which has been attracting locals, walkers and their tail-wagging friends for the past 20 years. Cock & Pullet exudes traditional charm with oak beams, a roaring fire and the original hay stores. Enjoy the peaceful, welcoming atmosphere landlady Kathleen and her team ensure....

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