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Traditional British pub in the heart of the Peak District. Surrounded by beautiful walks and spectacular views. We offer five en-suite rooms and also have a three bedroom cottage attached to the pub. Only a short drive from Bakewell, Matlock and Chesterfield you will always have plenty to do. We offer an excellent menu and a warm welcome and our staff will do everything to make our stay memorable.
All reviews the pub beer festival real ale meat and potato pie quiz night excellent beer curry night home cooked nice atmosphere own brewery sunday carvery burns room first class evening meal breakfast was excellent car park well worth a visit
Very nice little village pub and surrounding area, food and superb real ales were excellent all the staff are all friendly only grumble was slightly over priced accommodation but comfortable and clean we enjoyed our time there and will be back again thank you.
Been this pub on many occasions. Unfortunately the food went down hill. We recently went back as we love the character of the pub and the great atmosphere. We decided to give it q go and eat. We were not disappointed. It is back to...More
If you want a Sunday carvery where you cannot help yourself to certain items (yorkies, cauli cheese, parsnips and stuffing) and 'free' vegetables not replenished, along with meat served congealed in gravy (which the chef had sacrificed to the carvery from his baguette stash), then...More
Came here for curry night a really nice atmosphere in an old fashioned pub food was fabulous recommend the chicken dopiaza really tasty husband had jalfrezi again beautiful curry will definitely be back
I am afraid the price of meals has risen considerably over the last few years. Main courses on average over £11. Quantity has increased at the expense of quality! They also seem to have a problem with their Lager which is always flat.