Food & Drink

10 Foods Invented in the Peak District

The Peak District and the surrounding areas are places of incredible views, varied wildlife and interesting historical landmarks. But did you know they also have great traditional food? We’ve put together 10 of the best foods invented in the Peak District that you simply must try. Bakewell Pudding Originating from cook books as far back
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Dog Friendly Restaurants in the Peak District

If you decide to bring your pet to the Peak District, then you might be left wondering where to go for a tasty meal. We’ve got you covered. Here are our top picks for dog friendly restaurants, pubs and cafes in the Peak District to give you a few options. There are plenty more, but
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Places to Eat in the Peak District

With mouth-watering, independent eateries and fresh, local produce, a trip to the Peak District is a must for foodies! There’s fantastic farmer markets, artisan cafes, local breweries and fine dining all within easy reach of our holiday cottages and caravan site. We’ve selected some of the finest places to eat in the Peak District to
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Dog friendly pubs in the Peak District

The Peak District is brimming with delightful pubs that welcome four-legged visitors, and we’re lucky enough to have a great selection of them situated close to both Endmoor Farm and Farditch Farm holiday cottages. There’s nothing better after a long dog walk than relaxing by a fire or in a pub garden sipping a pint
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The Church Inn

Refreshing locals and travellers alike since 1742 The Church Inn at Chelmorton stands opposite the village church and is as quintessentially English as a roaring fire on a snowy day or a meadow of buttercups on a summer’s day. Without a doubt, in these hurly burly days of the 21st century, it’s so refreshing to
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The Bulls Head – Monyash

The Bulls Head at Monyash is situated in the centre of the village, just next to the village green. At the Bulls Head you will find good food, real ales and a warm welcome.

When is Bakewell Farmers Market?

Bakewell Farmers Markets – Saturdays 9am – 2pm Get there early, as stalls sell out due to popular demand! Visitors and locals alike, are to be found mingling together around the 70 + stalls packed with superb local produce and crafts at Bakewell Farmers Markets. Being one of the larger towns with in the peak
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Packhorse Inn, Little Longstone

This historic pub is known as one of the best in the Peak District. Situated just off the Monsal Trail, the pub is surrounding by some of the most striking scenery that the peaks have to offer. Settle down by the open fire or savour the views in the sun, while enjoying real ales and tasty
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Hassop Station

Situated in the heart of the peak district, joining the Monsal Trail one of the most spectacular leisure routes in Britain, the Hassop Station cafe was opened in 2010. The elegant old station building, complimented with a large sunny days, is perfect for sunny days and outside dining. The fully licensed cafe serves a large range
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Upstairs Cafe

Upstairs Cafe is located above the farmers market shop, this busy, modernised cafe is in the heart of Bakewell. A wide range of snacks are available from the daily specials board, using fresh quality food. A selection of house wines are also available as well as cold continental and smooth beers. Friendly and welcoming staff
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