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Call in one midweek Autumn lunchtime to be greeted by lovely log/coal fires. I had rack of lamb, whilst my wife had the steak and ale pie. Both meals were fabulous. However, a special mention for my rack of lamb, it was as good a...More
A real gem of a cosy pub nestled against the hillside deep in the beautiful Peak District. Originally historic old coaching inn, and former toll-house & smithy. Formally owned by Robinsons, it became a free house in 2014 when purchased by Ian & Luda Rottenbury....More
First visit for lunch with disabled friend. Dinner magic traditional- cauliflower cheese to die for! Beef melts. Fab views! Attention great from moment we went in. Lovely atmosphere. Off the cuff when paying the bill suggested an easier way out-thank you. We will be back!...More
Went in for lunch had the bacon sandwich and chips. The bacon was on home made bread and chips were nice and thick. Very nice pub with great staff. Would be very nice in the winter with open real fire. Will be back when next...More
A fantastic all-round pub set in beautiful countryside.
Excellent food and beer. Great accommodation.
Tremendously hospitable owners who really care about the customer.
Good location for Peak District walking.