We're lucky enough to be surrounded by lots of lovely places to eat out from a pub lunch to fine dining, we've got you covered!
THE ROYAL OAK
An award winning, charming, traditional, Peak District pub with open fires and a cosy pub atmosphere, serving great food and cask-conditioned ales, a fine selection of wines.
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 find this tiny, unspoilt corner of an old England that's fast disappearing
If you are looking for somewhere special in the Peak District to eat out, Biggin Hall offers a stunning restaurant. Biggin Hall’s oak-beamed restaurant possesses an abundance of character and is as cosy by candlelight in the evening as it is beautiful during the day with breathtaking views.
BRASSERIE DE LA COUR
Whether you want your favourite French dish or simply want to try something different, for a special occasion, romantic evening for two or family celebration, visit the French owned Bar Brasserie in Buxton.
THE DEVONSHIRE ARMS
An atmospheric inn on the Chatsworth Estate, with a choice of two dining areas both serving the same menu - a bright Brasserie restaurant and inviting bar area. The seasonal menu incorporates the freshest ingredients from well-known Derbyshire suppliers, and there’s an excellent choice of local cask ales including Chatsworth Gold.
THE OLD HALL HOTEL
The Old Hall Hotel is a popular dining venue in Buxton, choose between the warmth and charm of the Cockerel Wine Bar, which still has the ambience of the ancient coaching hotel, or our stylish restaurant.