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We called in today after a long walk for a pint and a rest (thinking this would bd nice end to a lovely day) and enquired about food. We found the bar man rude and unhelpful.
We found him to be facetious when asked a...More
Cosy and traditional pub decor and atmosphere, delighfully in keeping with the historic building and remote moorland location. Good beer, with a selection of real ales regularly including Jennings favourite Cocker Hoop. The menu has a good selection of traditional favourites and bar meals. The...More
Stopped in while touring Derbyshire on the recommendation of friends. Very busy pub. The food is average quality, typical pub style. The beef was a bit tough and the Yorkshire very small.
Good beer selection. Has an outside patio to enjoy.
My hubby and I called here on our way back from ladybower , i had seen it advertised in a magazine and it looked just our sort of place . Signposted from the main road its easy to find down a narrow road a big...More
We did not stay at the inn, but read about it in the guest book of the cottage we were staying in and were glad to see it lived up to the compliments. The traditional food was delicious and a good size, and it was...More