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All reviews decanter of sherry lamb peak district the pub chapel room converted barn bottle store macclesfield forest melt in the mouth goyt valley fresh vegetables sunday lunch excellent food creaking floorboards warm welcome good sized portions on tap
Room was lovely - spacious and comfortable and in the most beautiful surroundings.
It was disappointing that the breakfast wasn’t the best - had to send back mouldy toast and everything was pretty greasy.
A group of us go walking in, or around, the Peak District every Tuesday. We nearly always have lunch in a Cafe or Pub so after a couple of years we have visited many such establishments, some more than once and others, once only.
Nice pub and rooms in the converted barn, room was nice and clean, bed was comfy, couple of negatives, you could hear people moving around in other rooms, no Wi-fi in the room which when there because of work was a pain, as I didn’t...More
Between Macclesfield and Buxton; a haven for the hungry and thirsty.
Marstons on tap, a large selection of wines and the most spectacular lamb dinner; bottom of the oven slow cooked perfection with perfectly cooked vegetables and potatoes. Duck a l’orange was wonderfully crispy and...More
Called in for a lateish Sunday lunch after visiting Goyt Valley plus Errwood reservoir and hall. We chose to sit outside on such a lovely sunny afternoon. The menu on the table gave meal options as gammon, chicken, scampi or trout which seemed quite limited....More