This is a tiny pub in a terrace of stone-built cottages which has served locals and visitors to this pretty White Peak village for two centuries. The warren of hobbit-sized rooms ooze character, shadows cast by log-fires flit across the low beams, murmuring village chit-chat and happy ramblers returning from nearby limestone gorges add to the timeless atmosphere. Beers from local microbreweries such as Peak Ale and Abbeydale major on the bar, whilst diners can happily chomp away on home-made steak and Peak Ales pie, or a regular fish special. Sandwiches are available until 6pm. Space constraints mean that children under six cannot be accommodated inside the pub.
Open all year
Open all week
Open all day
Lunch: Monday to Thursday 12–3, Friday to Saturday 12–9, Sunday 12–8
Dinner: Monday 6–8, Tuesday to Thursday 6–9, Friday to Saturday 12–9, Sunday 12–8
Main course from £12
Credit cards accepted
Allowed in bar
Allowed in restaurant
Just off A623 (Chesterfield to Stockport road), 1 mile east of Tideswell.