Went on a pre-booked Saturday night with a party of 14. Staff were really helpful in dealing with the booking and some changes in numbers, food and beer excellent again, service outstanding. Thank you
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During a recent 10 day holiday in Great Longstone we eat in this pub twice . We had different food at each meal all excellent. Somehow we managed to squeeze puddings in as well which were equally as good . Would definitely recommend it and...More
We have been wanting to try the packhorse for a while and can definitely say we weren't disappointed. The pork belly my partner had looked very nice and i was told it was. I decided on the Packhorse platter which is a very large ploughmans...More
Top notch gastro-fare and great beer in a character pub near many of the best sites of interest in the white peak. Very handy for the Monsal trail - about half a mile - and the main Buxton to Bakewell road for easy access.
This is a lovely little pub with a nice atmosphere. Its a nice drive out but there is only on street parking and this can be tricky. The food was pleasant enough but for the price i thought it was expensive. I dont mind paying...More
We chose this place to eat while staying nearby. There are so many pubs to choose from in the area but thankfully something made us opt for the Packhorse. We were late to book and were given a lovely big table for our party of...More
You will enjoy the bear and food on offer, we stayed at Dale Farm with motor-home, and ducked in when it started to drizzle, the bar man from Ashford made us and our dog sooooo welcome, great little find
Recommended to us while working at the RHS show at Chatsworth House. We rang to book a table, although fully booked the helpful guy said he had a cosy table in the bar where two could dine if we were interested. So glad we took...More
Enjoyed pork belly and honey glazed lamb at this charming rustic pub. Food was delicious and above average Fayre, beer and wine were also well kept and selected. Hospitable team. Small garden and lovely walks from the rear of the pub. Recommended.