PUBS IN THE PEAK DISTRICT
Bull's Head
Castleton

Bull's Head, Castleton
Pub owned by the Robinson's chain.  Old Tom ale (8.4%ABV) is served here!
This family run pub offers en-suite accommodation in 5 rooms.  Self catering accommodation in Laberrnum Cottage and the Old Workshop.
Meals served.
Open all day.
Ideally situated for the show caves, and of course the caves accessible to cavers.
   
Telephone:  01433 620256
Website:        www.bullsheadcastleton.co.uk
   
The Castle
Castleton

The Castle, Castleton
Vantage Inns pub on Castle Street, Castleton in the heart of the Peak District.
Meals.
Accommodation in en-suite rooms.
Open 12:00 - 23:00 Monday - Saturday,
12:00 - 22:30 Sunday.
   
 
   
   
Telephone:  01433 620578
Website:      https://www.vintageinn.co.uk/resta
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Cheshire Cheese
Buxton

Cheshire Cheese, Buxton
Owned by the Stoke-on-Trent based Titanic Brewery (Stoke was the home town of E.J. Smith, captain of the ill-fated liner), this High Street pub offers home cooked food, served all day Monday to Saturday (until 5pm Sunday).
Two real fires.
Dogs welcome.
Live music on Saturday evenings.
Every Sunday is quiz night.
   
Telephone:  01298 212453
Website       https://www.titanicbrewery.co.uk/
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Eagle
Buxton

Peak Hotel, Castleton
Large hotel on Buxton's Market Place.  The Eagle is a traditional pub with live music on some weekends.
Owned by Hydes Brewery
   
 
   
   
   
   
   
Telephone:  01298 77140
Website:      www.hydesbrewery.com
   
George Hotel
Hathersage


George Hotel, Hathersage
Beautiful 500 year old hotel offering 3 Star luxery on the main street in Hathersage ideal for both the Peak District and the nearby city of Sheffield.
Accommodation in en-suite bedrooms.  The meals served here have been awarded two Rosettes by the Automobile Association.  Breakfasts served.
Weddings and conferences catered for.
Special offers including Christmas and New Year breaks.
   
Telephone:  01433 650436
Website:      www.thesnakepassinn.co.uk
   
King's Head
Buxton

King's Head, Buxton
In the corner of Buxton's Market Place.
Meals.
Disabled access.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Telephone:  01298 27719
E-Mail:         kingshead.buxton@marstons.co.uk
Website:      http://kingsheadbuxtonpub.co.uk 
Knight's Table
Quarnford

   
Knights' Table, Flash
Fantastic Medieval themed pub just outside Flash on the main road between Buxton and Leek. Friendly and helpful bar staff.
Accommodation available.
Meals served, can be busy on Sundays therefore book to avoid disappointment..
Classic car meeting on the last Thursday of every month starting at 12:00.
 
   
Telephone:  01298 23695
E-Mail:         theknightstable@aim.com
Website:      www.theknightstable.co.uk
New Inn
Buxton

   
New Inn, Buxton
Robinsons owned pub on Buxton's Market Place.
Quirky, aritsan feel and open fires.
Cask ales from around the country served as well as Robinsons own ales including, of course the ubiquitious Old Tom.
Open 12:00 - 23:00 Monday - Thursday,
12:00 - 01:00 Friday and Saturday,
12:00 - 22:30 Sunday.
   
   
Telephone:  0161 612 4112
E-Mail:         thenewinnbuxton@hotmail.com
Website:      www.robinsonsbrewery.com
New Inn
Flash

   
New Inn, Flash
Friendly pub at the heart of England's highest village 1518 feet (463m) up on the Staffordshire Moorlands. This 250 year old pub offers guest beers from local breweries.
Real fires.
Family friendly.
Open 18:00 - 23:00 Monday - Wednesday
16:00 - 23:00 Friday - Sunday.
Closed Thursday.
   
Telephone:  01298 22941
   
   
Old Hall Hotel
Buxton

Old Hall Hotel, Buxton
Reputed to be oldest hotel in England, this pub has a long history and even has connections to Mary Queen of Scots.
Meals served lunchtimes and evenings.
Accommodation.
Disabled access.
Children welcome.
Christmas breaks available.
     
   
Telephone:  01298 22841
Website:      www.oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk
   
Old Nag's Head
Edale

Old Nag's Head, Edale
This pub is found at the very start of the Pennine Way long distance footpath, a 250 mile (400km) trail leading north eventually arriving at Kirk Yetholm just inside Scotland.  Walkers (of course!) welcome.
Self catering accommodation in two cottages.
Camping available nearby.
Food served all day.  Check out their carvery.
Great Peak District ambience.
     
   
Telephone:  01433 670291
Website       www.the-old-nags-head.co.uk
     
Peak Hotel
Castleton

Peak Hotel, Castleton
A re-invented hotel in Castleton offering accommodation in four en-suite double rooms. Private parking is available opposite the hotel.
Meals served all day every day.
Popular with tourists and locals alike, it is convenient for visitors wishing to tour the local show caves or enjoy the many walks in the area.
 
   

Telephone:  01433 620247
E-Mail:         info@thepeakhotel.co.uk 
Website:      www.thepeakhotel.co.uk
Queen's Head
Buxton


Queen's Head, Buxton
Traditional town centre hotel with a friendly atmosphere.  En-suite accommodation in 12 newly built rooms and converted stable block.
Local attractions includes Poole's Cavern, Go Ape and Buxton Opera House.
   
   
   
   
   
Telephone:  01298 23841
E-Mail:         info@queensheadbuxton.co.uk
Website:      www.queensbuxton.co.uk 
Scotman's Pack
Hathersage

Scotman's Pack, Hathersage
Traditional village pub within a few yards of St. Michael's Church, resting place of Little John, one of Robin Hood's Merry Men.
Accommodation is available in five en-suite bedrooms. Garage space is provided for bicycles.
Meals served.
Quiz nights on Thursdays.
Open 11:00 - Midnight Monday to Saturday,
12:00 - 23:00 Sunday.
 

Telephone:  01433 650253
E-Mail:         info@pub.com
Website:      www.scotsmanspackcountryinn.co.uk 
Snake Pass Inn
Bamford


Snake Pass Inn, Bamford
Lovely family pub on Snake Pass road between Glossop and Sheffield.  Not far from the Ladybower and Derwent Reservoirs, training ground for the "Dambusters".
En suite rooms.
Meals served 12:00 - 20:30 Monday to Thursday,
12:00 - 21:00 Friday and Saturday and 12:00 - 19:00 Sundays.  Childrens' menu available.

Dogs welcome.   
   
Telephone:  01433 651430
Website:        www.thesnakepassinn.co.uk
   
Swan
Buxton

Swan, Buxton
High Street pub in Buxton near the Market Place.  
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Telephone:  01298 23278
 
   
Three Stags' Heads
Wardlow Mires

Three Stags' Heads, Wardlow
Well worth a visit, the Three Stags' Heads is little changed over the years and retains all the rustic charm of a country pub.  The old furniture and flagstone floors adds to the charm of this delightful pub where beers from Abbeydale are served in a small bar room where dogs and well-behaved children are welcome. No credit or debit cards. 
Listed in CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.  Camping may be available nearby.
   

Telephone:  01298 872268
 
 
Travellers' Rest
Bradwell, Hope Valley

   
Travellers Rest, Hope Valley
On main road between Hathersage and Castleton.
Accommodation in six en-suite rooms.
Buffet menu.
Families welcome.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Telephone:  01433 620363
E-Mail:         info@travellers-rest.net
Website:      www.travellers-rest.net
Winking Man
Upper Hulme
 Winking Man, Upper Hulme
I highly recommend this pub high up on the Staffordshire moorlands on the road between Buxton and Leek.  Overnight stays in motorhomes are allowed here to enable you to enjoy the live music events, disco and karaoke that take place at the weekends.  Rock nights on Fridays in the club room.
Meals served.  Good selection of beers, ales, ciders, wines and spirits.  Great company.
   
Telephone:  01538 300361
E-Mail:         info@winkingman.co.uk
Website:      www.winkingman.co.uk
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Castleton

   
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Castleton
Delightful 17th century coaching inn, the first pub you arrive at on the road from Hope, offering accommodation in 10 en-suite rooms.
Quality home made food served from 12:00 noon everyday.
Occasional live music, usually on St. Patrick's Day and New Year's Eve.
Quiz night every Sunday at 21:00.

Open all day.   
   
Telephone:  01433 620330
E-Mail:         info@cheshirecheeseinn.co.uk
Website:      www.cheshirecheeseinn.co.uk
Ye Olde Nag's Head
Castleton

   
Ye Olde Nag's Head, Castleton
17th century coaching inn with 10 en-suite rooms featuring four poster beds and jacuzzis.
Home made food prepared by acclained chef.
Restaurant and bar with log fires.
Families welcome.
Breakfast served 08:00 - 11:00.
Quiz night every Friday at 21:30.   
   
   
   
Telephone:  01433 620248
E-Mail:         info@yeoldenagshead.co.uk
Website:      www.yeoldenagshead.co.uk
Yew Tree
Cauldon

   
Yew Tree
This pub halfway between Ashbourne and Leek a mile off the A523 is perhaps the most must visit pub in the United Kingdom!  Full of curiosities such as working polyphons, a 3000 year old Greek urn, firearms, musical instruments, bicycles and a dog carrier, the landlord is a veritable collector of treasure.  Folk music on the first Tuesday of each month.  Beers from Burtonbridge and meals. Camping available during certain events.
 
Telephone:  01538 309876
Website:      www.yewtreeinncauldon.co.uk
     

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