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Eat and Drink in the Peak District & Derbyshire

Escape to East Lodge Hotel
 

Delicious Bakewell Pudding, fresh local produce from the farm shops, frothy Thornbridge Brewery ale and award-winning sparkling wines. Treat yourself to the Peak District’s tastiest treasures, from our regional cheeses to our highest-grade restaurants. Explore our restaurants, cafes, food festivals and farmers markets to make the most of this edible offering. You will be spoilt for choice for places to eat in the Peak District.

Why not follow one of the walking and cycling routes along the Monsal, Tissington, High Peak and Manifold Trails, highlighting traditional locally produced food and drink. 

Download THE PEAK EAT TRAILS - Cake Walk

Download THE PEAK EAT TRAILS - Pedal & Eat  

 

 

Featured Restaurant

Callow Hall Hotel and Restaurant

Callow Hall Restaurant
 

Featured Restaurant

THE PEACOCK AT ROWSLEY              

Peacock at Rowsley
 

Featured Restaurant

THE RED LION PUB AND BISTRO

Red Lion Pub and Bistro
 
 

FARMERS MARKETS

 

LOCAL BREWERIES

 
 

Renishaw Hall & Gardens offer informative vineyard tours and tastings throughout the year for groups of ten or more followed by an informal tasting session of the sparkling and white wine produced by Renishaw Hall's very own grapes. Watch the video below of the 2012 Renishaw Hall & Gardens Wine Harvest.

 

Award Winning

FISCHERS BASLOW HALL

 
Award Winning

THE GEORGE HOTEL                

 
Award Winning

THE CAVENDISH HOTEL            

 
 
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BEFORE YOU VISIT...

DOWNLOADS

  • Pedal & Eat: Peak Eat Trail
  • How we ate...Blackwell: Start at Miller's Dale. Discover how Blackwell and Priestcliff have been shaped by farming.
  • How we ate...Longshaw: A self-guided trail that takes you through the Longshaw Estate.
  • How we ate...Longnor: Work up an appetite around the Manifold Valley near Longnor, where you'll discover traditional farms, stone barns and walled fields.
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