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Peak District Pubs

The Peak District Pub Is A Warm, Friendly Enjoyable Place to Be With Beautiful, Peaceful, Scenic Surroundings, The Peak District pub is at the heart of the community, Pubs perform a vital role at the heart of Derbyshire.
They provide a welcoming place to drink, eat & talk whether the community they are in is a little village or a busy town. Pubs do a lot more for the local community than offering somewhere to dine, drink & cheer. Each year they raise more than £120 million for charities & good causes most of them more than likely to be local to where they are situated.
They also offer help in many other ways like organising Christmas lunches for the elderly to offering a function room to local clubs & turning disused rooms into a youth club for the local teenagers.
Pubs also provide local jobs, not just employing bar & kitchen staff but by using the local traders such as painters & decorators, DJs, musicians, gardeners, window cleaners & taxi drivers. On top of all this they use the local suppliers for meats & fish, vegetables, milk & bread.
On average a Peak pub will inject approximately at least £64,000 a year into local economy - not including wages, taxes or buying major items of equipment.
Please follow these links & take a look at the best pubs in the Peak District & if you are in the village or town why not go in & enjoy your experience in the tranquillity that is the Peak District.

    Beautifully situated in the quaint village of Marston Montgomery, close to Staffordshire and Derbyshire. The proprietor at the Crown Inn truly understands what makes a good country pub.  The pub and hotel is an ideal location for those who wish to explore the Peak District and we are very dog friendly in the bar, with a variety of excellent countryside walks and cycle routes nearby. Whether you are visiting the area to enjoy the...
The Crown Inn Derbyshire
Alsop Rivendale Ltd .... Surrounded by the stunning limestone scenery of the White Peak near Dove Dale, Rivendale provides a tranquil location from which to explore the Peak District National Park and the numerous attractions close by. Open all year (including Xmas and New Year’s Day) we welcome caravans and motor-homes on a choice of hard-standing, 50/50 or all grass surfaces. Camping may be traditional on the wild flower meadow with the option of a real camp fire...
Alsop Rivendale Ltd at Ashbourne
THE WHITE HART AT MOORWOOD MOOR Hotel | Restaurant | Wedding Venue Sitting in the middle of stunning Derbyshire countryside, The White Hart Inn is a classic English inn given a swirl of modernity thanks to a recent renovation. Reclaimed brick and stone walls with solid oak beams mean the original character of the building has stayed intact but expect plenty of 21st century touches. Bedrooms feature stylish fabrics with on-trend wallpapers, crisp white bed linens...
The White Hart Inn at Moorwood Moor
The George is featured in the 2017 Good Food Guide and also awarded The Cask Marque for real Ale. Built in 1543 first licenced in 1743 The George Hotel is situated within the historic area of Castleton. A ghost, allegedly that of a young servant is reputed to haunt the inn along with many other apparitions. Today you will find a warm welcome from Richard and Ann the landlords who will be pleased to share with you their extensive local knowledge. The pub itself...
The George Hotel at Castleton
A Peak District Escape   The Yorkshire Bridge Inn is a family-owned, multi award-winning inn, just a short stroll from the beautiful Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District National Park.  We offer a warm and welcome retreat, where you can enjoy real ales and excellent home-cooked food in the most spectacular setting.  The finest food and real ales The Yorkshire Bridge Inn has a wide menu, complemented by a selection of daily specials,...
The Yorkshire Bridge Inn - Bamford
A welcoming country pub with log fires, serving hand pulled beers with a traditional games room. A Peak District B&B with SKY television showing all major sports fixtures. Traditional Pub, Bed and Breakfast in Bradwell, Hope Valley selling a wide range of hand pulled cask beers. In our Tap Room bar we have a new pool table and darts board for our customers to use. Also in this bar is a wide screen television for everyone to watch their favourite sports match on SKY. Being...
The Shoulder of Mutton - Bradwell
Traditional service since the 17th century this small quintessential English Coaching Inn atop the White Peak area of the National Park with views across the Dales inspiring poetry with warming by a roasting fire on a snowy winter days to rambling in panoramic glory through every season.   Stay in one of our nine modern comfortable en suite rooms and dine in the old pub. Eat, drink and be merry with open fires, candlelight, wine and good food to refresh the mind and...
The Jug & Glass Inn
The Old Nags Head is in Edale is renowned as one of the 100 greatest pubs of England and is situated at the top of Edale village in Grindsbrook at the official started of the southern end of the Pennine Way. On arrival to the Old Nags Head, you will find a warm, cozy and friendly atmosphere. In the winter and on rainy days the open log fires are lit adding to the welcoming atmosphere and so the combination of beer, fresh air and open fires has had many hiker gently relaxed...
The Old Nags Head - Edale
Located on the Chatsworth Estate in one of the most charming villages in the Peak District, The Devonshire Arms at Pilsley is a traditional English inn specialising in great food, excellent ales and comfy rooms. The food on offer in the dining is a very sophisticated take pub fare. Our Head Chef sources local ingredients, most of which come from the Chatsworth Estate itself. The drinks on offer in the pub include great local ales on tap, including Chatsworth...
The Devonshire Arms at Pilsley - Chatsworth Estate
  Welcome to The Derwentwater Arms Calver   Welcome to the Derwentwater Arms, Calver your friendly, local, family-run pub in the heart of the Derbyshire village of Calver. The pub stands overlooking the village and has a fine view of Calver cricket field. Tom and Kat Keogh, who both hail from Calver, took over the Derwentwater Arms in June 2014 and are pleased to serve you a selection of fine local ales, carefully selected wines and spirits and delicious...
The Derwentwater Arms
The Miners' Standard has been owned and run by the Markham family for over 10 years, and we invite you to sample and enjoy our fine cask conditioned ales, excellent home cooked food and hospitality every lunch time and evening. Please note that the pub is now open all day. Children and well-mannered dogs are always welcome. Pub Full of excellent cask conditioned beers, new world wines, British & continental Lagers and warm hospitality, The Miners Standard is still the...
The Miners Standard - Winster
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn... A delightful 17th century freehouse offering 3 star B&B accommodation, in the historic Peak District Village of Castleton. A warm welcome awaits you at this traditional, family-run ‘proper’ country pub.   Karen and John have ensured it retains a real flavour of days gone by and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that is sure to refresh visitors however short their stay. To maintain the traditional and welcoming ambience we...
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn and Hotel at Castleton
      This beautiful 19th Century former 'Drovers Inn' and 'working farm' now finds itself a cosy, traditional country inn. Built in 1866 the 'Duke' has all the character and charm of a traditional country inn, built in Derbyshire limestone with slate roofs, roaring log fires and extensive gardens, our pub is well worth a visit. Our inn has recently been redecorated in a traditional country style that provides a warm and comfortable atmosphere for both...
The Duke of Wellington - Matlock
WELCOME TO THE GREYHOUND INN . Jim Probert and Adam Rowbottom and all the staff would like to welcome patrons to The Greyhound Inn, Warslow. Set in the picturesque Peak District National Park, this traditional pub dates back to 1750. Our pub offers a peaceful setting to enjoy a meal or a drink. The food is of the highest quality – home prepared by our top chef Adam Hudson. We offer fine cask real ales and a range of other topline beers and ciders. Ideal for both...
The Greyhound Inn - Nr Buxton
The Lantern Pike Inn is a Pub, Restaurant and B & B situated in Little Hayfield, on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, and has been an Inn since 1851. The pub itself dates from the building of the turnpike from Old Glossop to Buxton in 1792.           Steeped in history and rich in character the pub is within the bounds of the Peak District National Park, and whilst having all modern amenities (e.g. free wifi access)...
The Lantern Pike Inn at Little Hayfield
  Our café lounge/restaurant area mixes rustic styling with modern design, and is the perfect space to relax & unwind at any time of the day! Breakfast is served from 7am weekdays and 8pm weekends, and until noon every day. A wide range of coffees, teas & hot chocolates are also available & served all day every day, alongside a selection of cakes, bakes, scones, & other tempting treats. You can see why our cafe bar proves a popular...
Peak District Restaurants - The Manor House Hotel - Dronfield
A lovely, family-owned, AA 4 * rated Inn set in a conservation village in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Opening Hours:  12 to 3pm and 6:30 to 11pm (Open all day Sunday) Closed all day Monday (except Bank Holidays)    Bar meals Tuesday to Saturday  Served 12 to 2pm and 6:30 to 9pm Sunday 12 to  8pm Dogs welcomed and water provided Beers A wide selection of beers, including...
The Bulls Head Foolow
Dating back to the 17th Century, The Red Lion Bar & Bistro is nestled on the edge of the stunning Peak District National Park only a short drive from Historic Chatsworth House and the market town of Bakewell and Matlock. On arrival relax and unwind in the lounge bar with friends, family or colleagues.  The real fires, comfy seating and low lighting create the perfect atmosphere. All the food is sourced locally form the garden that is Derbyshire but owners Jo &...
Peak District Pubs - Red Lion Bar and Bistro - Stone Edge
The Hare and Hounds Inn is a Free House based amongst some beautiful walks in Derbyshire.  The owners, Pauline and Ron have been running the pub for over 30 years! They do not offer food but customers are welcome to bring in their own lunch and pets are also welcome along with muddy boots! The pub offers a vast range of beers and is very welcoming! We also have a beer garden, pool table and dart board available. The pub enjoys panoramic views looking across the Caudwell...
Peak District Pubs - The Hare and Hounds Inn - Barlow
Steve and Laura would like to welcome you to The Rising Sun, Middleton. The Rising Sun is situated in the heart of Derbyshire, with breath-taking views; our prime location makes us a hotspot for visitors to the Peak District. We are in walking distance from the High Peak Trail which is popular with walkers, and Black Rocks which is a local attraction. At the Rising Sun we are passionate about serving great homemade food, (see our website for our menu) and we use local suppliers...
Peak District Pubs - The Rising Sun Inn - Matlock
Joining the growing stable of Peak District pubs operated by Rick Ellison (who has turned round the fortunes of  The Old Hall Hotel in Hope  and  The Peak Hotel in Castleton  - both of which offer good value, comfortable accommodation) - the Anchor at 4 Lanes End, Tideswell, Derbyshire, Peak District has been re-vitalised. With ALL DAY opening, beer garden, open fires, real ales from Robinson's brewery,  good food available all day every day  and a...
The Anchor Inn Tideswell
  The Bulls Head sits in the middle of the village of Monyash. It is an old listed building dating back to the 17th Century, run by the same family for over 20 years. We are in the centre of the village just next to the village green. At the Bulls Head you will find good food, real ales and a warm welcome. We have a well stocked bar with real ales including, Tetley, Burton Ale and one guest beer such as Black Sheep Special and Hartlington. Lagers include fosters,...
Peak District Pubs - The Bulls Head - Monyash - Nr Bakewell
  Crich Tramway Village     Crich Tramway Village is no ordinary day out. The village setting of lovingly restored buildings is not only the perfect home for the nations collection of vintage trams but gives visitors the opportunity to experience the nostalgia of a time now past. Don’t be fooled however by the relaxed and friendly atmosphere as there’s a lot to see and do. Trams run to and fro all day long carrying visitors...
Crich Tramway Village - Crich, nr Matlock
Set in the heart of the pretty village of Stanton in Peak the pub retains the charm of a 'proper' British pub - where good real ale is top of the menu! Behind the bar you will find Wells Bombardier as a regular plus two changing guest ales often from breweries in and around the area but also some from further afield. The aim is quality at a reasonable price. Also available - various bottled beers, ciders and a small selection of house and other wines. We have cosy open...
Peak District Pubs - The Flying Childers Inn - Stanton-in-the-Peak
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