I visited today with my wife and kids , as we entered the pub we was greeted by a lovely lady turned out to be the landlady Where we was asked to fill out track and Scan the NHS QR code , one seated I was extremely pleased with how safe I was made to feel screens up everywhere a one way system in place and a buzzer table system to allow staff to be alerted instead of walking around the pub , our meals were all delightful especially the minted burger which I had myself , we are all very pleased with our visit and overwhelmed with how safe we could of felt in the current situations !
The Hunter's chicken main dish was the best I had ever tasted. The service was comparatively slow but that is what I expect when the meal is excellently prepared.My dining colleagues also rated highly their main courses and desserts.
My brother and I stayed for a couple of nights during the Covid restrictions. The stay was great, with no major problems and we felt as safe as possible from the virus. The rooms are across the road from the main pub building. That caused the only small problem - while you can get WiFi in the main pub building there is currently no WiFi in the bedrooms. However the manager said this was a temporary situation so if that is a dealbreaker do check with them before disregardiing this pib, as we did have a nice stay. The pub was clean and bright and well-looked after. Staff were friendly. The food was tasty and portions were huge! Breakfast was good, with a good choice: the cooked breakfast was really fantastic. Locals were considerate given the virus concerns and we never felt any enhanced risk. The rooms were clean and quiet, with everything we needed plus a little fridge and some lovely Biscoff biscuits to enjoy. Our only comment was that the pub is called Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese but there is no Cheshire cheese on the menu! Surely a missed opportunity?! A good place to stay if you are in the Peaks.…
We booked this at the last minute, after having to cancel our trip abroad. Had a wonderful week cycling around the Peak District. The room we had - Lathkill was excellent. Clean, spacious and private. The food at the pub was delicious, good choice, and very generous servings. The landlady and landlord were friendly and welcoming. All the staff were also helpful and friendly. We loved the continental style breakfasts delivered fresh to our door each morning, on time, hot croissants, Danish pastries, cereal, fruit, smoothies and fruit juice. Perfect. Would highly recommend.
DO NOT EAT HERE, the food is at best diabolical, I ordered ribeye steak, my wife a ploughman’s and my granddaughter a gammon, my ribeye was a rubbish cut Fried in oil, the chips were limp and soggy obviously not chip potatoes fried in oil that seriously needed changing, I tried 1 chip and a small cut of steak and sent it away telling the waitress it was awful and asked for the the steak to be put in a bag for my dog!!!!, my granddaughter’s gammon went in the same bag!!!, as for my wife’s ploughman’s it consisted of a bowl of salad with some cheese chucked on the top and a small bread roll. After all this no compensation was offered not even a complimentary drink, or an apology.