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Peak District Pubs - The Cliff Inn - Crich, Nr Matlock

    YOUR HOSTS!
    You can always be assured of a warm welcome from your hosts Tracy and Liggy and their friendly staff. This is a must visit place, when visiting the Peak District and Derbyshire Dales area.

    THE BEER!
    Great Beer – Their Speciality is locally sourced Real Ales from breweries all over the Peak District and Derbyshire, all brewed with a 15-mile radius of The Cliff Inn! Some of the Locally Brewed Ale …

    (Derventio – Derby) - (Falstaff – Derby) - (Globe – Glossop) - (Howard Town – Glossop)  (Leatherbritches – Ashbourne) - (Nutbrook – Ilkeston) - (Peak Ales – Chatsworth) - (Spire – Chesterfield) - (Thornbridge – Bakewell) - (/Whim – Hartington) - (Wirksworth – Wirksworth) - (Amber Ales – Ripley) - (Ashover – Ashover) - (Brampton – Chesterfield) -(Derby Brewing Co – Derby) - (Shardlow – Derby) - (Blue Monkey –Eastwood) New with Gamers Original Cider!

    THE FOOD!
    The food is outstanding, with everything cooked from stratch, yes even the chips!! It is good, honest, home cooked, mouth-watering food accompanied by a selection of real ales with an emphasis on local breweries. No frozen food at all. All food locally sourced in Derbyshire. Meat from Pig’s Tale in Alderwasley. All pies/pork pies/scotch eggs/puddings made from Maycocks Butchers in Holloway, Derbyshire. Ham is off the Bone. Farm eggs and remember.....real chips made with potatoes! There are selection of food from France, India and Croque Monsieur and Croque Madam!!
    Known locally as 'The Cliff' it's a pub which is not only at the heart of the village community but one which is a popular haunt and favourite for customers from further a field who come to sample the delights of Tracy’s cooking and their range of well-kept Real Ales.

    WEEKEND SPECIAL
    Homemade Curry – Eat In or Takeaway – spices from India used, all made from scratch. Two types of meats and a vegetarian choice.

    SUNDAY ROAST!
    Only £8.50 always a choice of two meats and a pie.

    THE ATMOSPHERE!
    If there is anything going on locally, then they will certainly get into the swing of the occasion!! The atmosphere is this fantastic pub is really fantastic!

    WHAT’S ON?
    Every Tuesdays – Cycling club
    Every First Thursday of every month – Quiz night
    Every Thursday during the season – Cricket Club
    The Local Horticulture Society meets here – phone for details
    Every Friday – Raffle
    Every Sunday – Folk and Jam session – everyone welcome to join in
    The Cliff is both dog and children friendly - providing well-behaved owners accompany them!

    THE OPENING HOURS
    DAY              AM         PM
    Monday        5pm    -   Late
    Tuesday        5pm    -   Late
    Wednesday   5pm    -   Late
    Thursday      5pm    -   Late
    Friday          5pm    -   Late
    Saturday      12.00    - Late
    Sunday        12.00     - Late

    FOOD SERVED:
    6 pm – 9 pm Tuesday – Friday
    12 noon – 9 pm Saturday and Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays
    No food served Mondays
    Any queries whatsoever, just call Tracy or Liggy on 01773 852444

    LOCATION
    The Cliff Inn is minutes walk from Crich Tramway Village

    There really are beautiful views of the Derbyshire and Peak District Countryside. Crich Stand on the cliff top above   is a short walk away.  The Stand is the memorial to the Sherwood Foresters Regiment, now merged with the Mercian Regiment: From the top panoramic views can be seen.

    ATTRACTIONS
    Things to do
    Amongst the many good reasons to visit Derbyshire are:
    • The Tramway Village (very short walk)
    The stately homes of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall,
    The Peak District countryside for walking, cycling or climbing,
    The historic buildings of the Industrial Revolution, The Spa town of Matlock Bath with the The attractions of the Heights of Abraham and Gulliver's Kingdom.
    Matlock, Bakewell Wirksworth, Alfreton and Belper are also nearby.

    When contacting this business please mention you found them on Peak District Online



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