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The Lathkil Hotel

Traditional0 miles School Lane Over Haddon DE45 1JE

The Lathkil Hotel is a place of tremendous natural beauty, overlooking a limestone dale with views across fi elds and woods to Youlgreave. We visited on a warm, balmy evening and were promptly shown to a table by an open window where we could enjoy a pleasant breeze. The extensive menu boasts a mixture of pub classics like steak a...

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The Farmyard Inn

Traditional1.5 miles Main Street DE45 1UW

While good food is at the heart of every good dining experience, other elements are needed to make a really great one – such as excellent customer service, a relaxing ambience and, of course, wonderful company. The Farmyard Inn scores highly in all categories. It’s a homely, traditional country pub, packed with friendly and ch...

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The Bakewell Tart Shop & Coffee House

Café1.5 miles Matlock Street DE45 1EE

What a treat it is to walk through The Bakewell Tart Shop and see all of the fabulous cakes and pies proudly displayed. Inside the shop you’ll fi nd the café and bakery counter, filled with pretty furniture and vintage crockery, and attended to by smartly dressed staff. From the tempting menu and selection of spe...

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The Vine Café at Because I Like It

Café1.5 miles Diamond Court Water Street DE45 1EW

Some places are well-worth seeking out. The Vine Café at Because I Like It is such a place, a lovely café-bistro serving a range of light dining menus, and gorgeous coffee and cake. Owners Val and Nigel have brought something special to Bakewell, serving exquisite dishes that cater to vegetarian, vegan, and&n...

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The Rutland Arms Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.5 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 Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.5 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 Restaurants1.5 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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Arthur’s

British1.6 miles Bridge Street DE45 1DS

Situated in the delightful town of Bakewell, Arthur’s is named after owner Holly’s great grandfather, who was a local of the area. Nowadays the venue offers a contemporary drinking and dining experience, providing locally sourced food and drinks served with simple style and fresh flavours. Proudly positioned on Bridge Street, ...

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Rajas

Indian1.6 miles Bridge House Bridge Street DE45 1DS

On crossing the bridge into the ancient market town of Bakewell, one of the first places to greet you is Rajas Indian Restaurant. It was a chilly night when we were welcomed inside and we were glad to take our seats beside a crackling open fire. On the menu and specials board we found a range of exquisite dishes from across India, i...

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Le Mistral - Bakewell

French1.6 miles Bridge Street DE45 1DS

Step inside Le Mistral's Bakewell branch and you'll be greeted by a friendly team of staff, colourful Continental decor and a vibrant atmosphere. Here, couples, families, friends and associates can enjoy a range of soft pastries over specially blended morning coffee, as well as delicious lunches and suppers. Classic French dishes ab...

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The Wheatsheaf

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants1.6 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 Ashford Arms

Traditional2.1 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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The Bulls Head

Traditional2.1 miles Church Street DE45 1QB

Ashford-in-the-Water is one of the Peak District's prettiest villages, and The Bull's Head, which dates back to the 17th Century, has a charm and character that is pure old England. Its oak beams and the historic village photos adorning the walls create a nostalgic, cosy environment in which to relax and enjoy a meal. Chef-landlord ...

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Cock & Pullet

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.3 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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The Flying Childers Inn

Traditional2.4 miles Main Road DE4 2LW

Featured in numerous editions of the Good Beer Guide, and named CAMRA’s Pub of the Year in Derbyshire 2012, it’s easy to see why The Flying Childers Inn attracts scores of returning customers. The inn is every bit the archetypal village pub, having faithfully served the community of Stanton in Peak for many years. The team pla...

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