Dusty Miller offers accommodation in a pub located in the village of Barlborough in Derbyshire. The pub is always lively with a range of events and parties being held regularly.
All of the rooms at the pub offer the following facilities:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
All of the rooms are cleaned daily to ensure guests have the most comfortable stay possible.
Breakfast is served from 7.30am - 10.00am where there is a wide range of food available including continental options and cooked options. All of the food is cooked fresh to order using as much local and fresh produce as possible. Guests are more than welcome to dine at the pub where there are a range of menus to choose from.
The restaurant is open from lunch time thorough to the evening.
The local area offers a wide range of attractions and activities including bird watching, …
Barley Mow Inn is a rural pub that has been around since 1800 that provides ales, French wines and farm cider. The inn is located in the hilltop village of Kirk Ireton which is close to Ashbourne, Derbyshire. The inn is one of the oldest buildings in the village. This is a great place to visit, surrounded by beautiful countryside and plenty of things to see and do.
The main bar has a roaring fire, places to sit and it is where ales such as Abbeydale Daily Bread and Northumberland Bosuns Bitter are served as well as other beverages. The only food served is lunchtime rolls. Outside there is a garden area and benches out the front.
The inn is situated close to the town of Ashbourne which is the ideal place to visit if you are a keen walker or cyclists. There are also lots of places to visit such as Chatsworth, Sudbury Hall, Hardwick Hall, Alton Towers and Gullivers Kingdom.
George Hotel is located in Tideswell, Derbyshire in the middle of the Peak District to give you great access to all the amazing bits of this 555 square mile park, together with the equally famous Derbyshire Dales, bang in the middle of England.
The Peak District, with over 22 million visitors per year, is the second most visited National Park in the world. You would never know it because the Peak District is not crowded, but you will see why because it is stunning.
The present George Inn was built by the 3rd Duke of Devonshire, Henry Cavendish. It was named after the King at the time, George II, who had succeeded his father 3 years earlier. The Inn is a listed building and retains many original attractive features such as its 18th century Venetian windows which were probably added after completion of the original construction. Traditionally called the George Hotel, we prefer ‘Inn’…
The Church Inn has been refreshing locals and travellers since 1742 located opposite the village church in Chelmorton, Buxton in Derbyshire.
There are rooms available at the inn with the following facilities:
Freeview television channels at TV.
Tea and coffee maker.
Wireless internet access.
Iron and ironing board.
The food at the pub is cooked to perfection using locally sourced and produced ingredients.
The Church Inn offers excellent food and bed & breakfast accommodation whilst still retaining that unique feel of a real traditional English pub.
Step out of the old inn door and you’ll connect with some of the most iconic walks and footpaths in the land, with the ‘Limestone Way’, the ‘Pennine Bridleway’ and the ‘Midshires Way’ all passing through Chelmorton.
No wonder it’s a haven for walkers!…