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Welcome to Ye Olde Rock Inn A traditional 17th century country inn overlooking a picturesque location is not all you'll find with Ye Olde Rock Inn. As a family run country inn, Simon and Alison warmly welcome you to come on down and join the...
Old Buxton Road
Came here last Monday when everywhere else in the area was closed. Loved the hot rocks that the do and the home made chips are to die for. Despite being our first visit we were made to feel really welcome and will definitely be...
The Black Cow is a family owned pub in the heart of rural Derbyshire that serves high quality food and beers. Whether you're looking for the best place to have a drink and catch up with friends or a great tasting meal with the family our pub is the...
Brilliant beer festival this weekend, loads of great ales to choose from, really friendly pub, only downside is needing a taxi or a designated driver but well worth the trip out. I will be back again and again!!
Welcome to The Bridge & Courtyard Bar and Restaurant in Ashbourne Here at The Bridge we have something for everyone including great food and fully stocked bars. Our beautiful venue is perfect for events such as birthdays and weddings or for a...
We love this cosy pub, on cold miserable days they have lovely fires burning it is such a welcoming place. The food is good with a menu that changes frequently and much of their food is sourced locally. They usually serve food...
The Saracen’s Head serves excellent high quality well-presented food that are really good value for money. It has a lovely friendly atmosphere and is perfect for a meal out with friends or something more romantic. If you fancy...
Main Street, Kniveton
Just arrived back from renting a cottage in Kniveton. Booked a table in advance with Bridget the landlady as we needed a dog friendly pub. And what a welcome we received - fire was lit and table laid up for us. Very diverse menu....
The Cock Inn offers Fairtrade tea and Fairtrade coffee - and is a great supporter of Fairtrade in the town!
This is one of my favourite pubs to eat in. The food is cooked freshly for you - not microwaved and the vegetables are fresh not frozen. I love their peppered steak with chips and veg. If you have room for a pudding - which I...
21 Market Place
Totally agree with the previous reviewer about this place feeling like a mini holiday - it's so true! I think it might be because the staff are so friendly and everyone in there is really down to earth and wants to have a good...
2 North Avenue
The Bowling Green serves wonderful succulent fresh fish and home-made chips and mushy peas. All for the amazing price of £5 at lunchtimes (under their 2 meals for £10 offer). The pub was quiet when we visited, what a...
Main Road, Middle Mayfield
We visited here recently for a family meal, our party included a baby and 3 young children. We were made very welcome, the food was excellent and although there wasn't an actual children's menu available in the evening, the pub...
10 Church Street
This pub is brilliant! Went in last week, first time I've been in for years and boy has it changed! They've got a brilliant juke box with all my favourite tunes, free pool and service with a smile, what more could you want? I...
We recently went to the Shoulder for a meal as part of a large party. We had all pre-ordered our meals. The staff were very efficient, firstly checking our orders and were happy to make changes if requested. The food was very...
We ate here recently as part of a large party. The food was very good, when it actually arrived, the service was slow, only 2 or 3 staff waiting on a party of over 100 people. The over stretched staff didn't have time to pay...
Dingy, dated and dreadful
Whilst stay at, the lovely, Woodland Caravan park we decided to take a 40min afternoon walk to the local for a drink or two. On arrival we were greated with 'there's no food' from the landlord who, on seeing us arrive locked the...
We visited this village pub recently for a drink, we were made to feel welcome by the landlady. This pub is cosy, if a bit old fashioned, don't expect to pay by card here as they don't accept card payments!. One of our party did...
brown pineapple juice and out of date shrivelled nuts.... sais it all.
15 Market Place
Learn how make a sun hat from pattern provided, price includes interfacing. Hats are lined and can be made in different sizes. Each hat needs 2 fabric fat quarters Free parking, free tea/coffee
Valid until: Sunday, August 31 2014
Would you like to know how to dye fabric for your sewing projects or to dye cotton clothing? This is a non messy way to do it using plastic bags. Learn how to make patterns & different colour tones
Valid until: Saturday, July 26 2014
If you would like to sew on those swimming/brownies/beaver badges or take up a pair of trousers, make a cushion or your own curtains then come to a class on Friday's Wednesday evenings, some Saturdays
Valid until: Tuesday, September 30 2014