Pubs you may visit....

Thornbridge Taproom, Bakewell

Enjoy freshly brewed beers and homemade pizza at the start and end of each of the pub tours,in Thornbridge’s modern, spacious Tap Room, where you can often enjoy live music
and entertainment

The Maynard, Grindleford

The Maynard is a boutique hotel with contemporary decor, yet feels relaxed and inviting. Here you can enjoy a wide section of gins, cask ales from local breweries, and many more premium drinks, as well as a varied food menu. If the weather is good, enjoy their fabulous terrace with stunning views over the Hope Valley.

The Carriages, Newhaven

The Carriages offers something really different – not only a bar, but a quirky carriage! They also serve a selection of local real ales, wines sourced by John Hattersley Wines in Bakewell, and a range of soft drinks and spirits & cocktails.

The Lathkil, Over Haddon

Situated in the tiny Derbyshire village of Over Haddon, perched above the stunning Lathkill Dale, boasting one of the most spectacular views from any pub in the county.

The George, Hathersage

The George prides itself on its friendly bar with a modern vibe, serving locally brewed ales, craft draughts, Derbyshire gins and selected wines. There’s a delicious menu of traditional pub meals with a modern twist, plus wood-fired pizzas.

The Flying Childers, Stanton in the Peak

Unspoilt Pub Of The Year 2019! Set in the heart of the pretty village of Stanton in the Peak this pub retains the charm of a ‘proper’ British pub – where good real ale is top of the menu!

Need a place to stay

Wayside, Stoney Middleton

The management at Peak District Pub Tours own a characterful, three bedroom cottage, sleeping up to six people, in the nearby village of Stoney Middleton. They are more than happy to collectfrom and drop off at Wayside, Stoney Middleton before and after your tour. Even better, the cottage is close to another pub, famous chip shop and an Indian restaurant