The Star

The Star at Cotton is a traditional 16th-century pub and restaurant with a modern twist. It offers a delightful setting to enjoy drinks, food, and cocktails. It combines classic country dishes with modern twists, known for good food done right. Situated near Alton Towers and the Peak District, it offers a wide range of drinks, including Cask Ales, cocktails, spirits, and an extensive wine list.

Miners Arms

Located at the centre of the old lead mining village of Brassington, nestled amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Derbyshire Peak District, this pub warmly welcomes both locals and visitors alike. The establishment offers a long single room that is partly divided by a fireplace. One end of the room features a bar, TV, darts, and a 'parquet' wooden floor, while the other end is a carpeted dining area.

The Feather Star

At the Red Lion Hotel, patrons can enjoy a selection of five beers on hand pump, with the expectation that these beer offerings will vary over time. In addition to the hand pump beers, there are thirteen taps dedicated to Craft beers, as well as a keg cider option. While the pub does not provide hot food, it does offer a wide variety of crisps and nuts for snacking. Additionally, patrons can usually opt for "Smith Hall" Pork Pies and cheese platters. Notably, customers are also allowed to bring their own food to enjoy within the pub premises.

The Smiths Tavern

This small, highly traditional town-centre pub offers as many as six real ales on tap. The front bar-room leads to two additional rooms, with one of them featuring an upright piano and the other equipped with darts and the ability to be closed off for small meetings.

Royal Oak

Situated down a narrow street in historic Wirksworth, the pub is a stone-built locals' establishment with plenty of atmosphere. It boasts an open fire and offers up to five real ales.

The George and Dragon

A family-run town pub in the centre of ashbourne. Enjoy home-cooked food all day (12 pm - 8 pm) over looking the market place. Offering food, beers.

The Royal Oak 

A charming country pub nestled in the southern Peak District, offering a traditional and warm style of hospitality. With open fires and cozy corners, it's the perfect retreat for tired walkers seeking a well-earned pint, families in search of a friendly haven, or foodies craving homemade delights. At The Royal Oak, you'll find cask-conditioned ales, a fine selection of wines, and a menu of hearty English pub food.

The Machine Inn

The best restaurant in Derbyshire! The Machine Inn is nestled in the heart of the picturesque market town of Ashbourne - the perfect place to enjoy delicious food and drink in a relaxed environment. Offering a Lunch and Dinner menu serving “British classics with a modern twist”.

The Olde Gate Inne

The Public House is renowned for its exquisite selection of ales and delectable food.

Red Lion

The Red Lion Inn, Hognaston, is a charming seventeenth-century inn operated by a family. Situated in the quaint village of Hognaston, on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park, the inn boasts a picturesque location overlooking the scenic beauty of Carsington Water.

The Miners Arms

Friendly Pub, only a walk away from Hopton Hall. They also make a good value takeaway tea, great for a treat whilst out and about enjoying the local area.

The Devonshire Arms

The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is located in a cosy corner of the Chatsworth Estate and is the kind of country Inn that dreams are made of.

The Duncombe Arms

Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropub, Michelin starred, serving award-winning classic and modern British food in the warm, relaxed surroundings of a local country pub.

The Old Dog

The Old Dog is a popular country pub in the small village of Thorpe, near Ashbourne.
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