In Pubs

Picture yourself tucked away in a cosy countryside pub in the Peak District, enjoying a local beer and a hearty meal… we can’t think of a better way to spend a relaxed afternoon, so here’s a list of just a few of the great countryside pubs in the Peak District & Derbyshire to get you started.

Pubs in the Peak District come in all different styles, shapes and sizes, but each come with their own unique quirks and local beers to try!


This is a great pub for lovers of countryside walking and good food – this 16th century inn is the perfect traditional and cosy pub in the Peak District! There’s an emphasis on great local beer and high quality local food and so has gained a great reputation, so if you’re wanting lunch or dinner it’s best you book in advance.

You can also stay here, making it a great base for exploring the Peak District’s great walks. Check the Top 10 walks in the Peak District here.


This countryside inn is a stone’s throw from the iconic Ladybower Reservoir. This excellently located pub offers great local food and a warm bed and breakfast too – perfect for Peak District adventurers!


This is a unique and fresh take on the countryside pub, the Three Horseshoes Inn & Spa offers a cosy pub atmosphere, great food, stylish rooms and brand-new spa facilities.

A break here means you can combine exploring the Staffordshire Peak District on foot with a relaxing spa day – perfect!


  • Lantern Pike, Hayfield

This pub is in another fantastic rural location, one with a great history. Lantern Pike lies in Hayfield, the original starting point for the famous Mass Trespass on Kinder Scout, so the perfect place to start a hike in the Peak District.

The Lantern Pike prides itself on serving completely homemade, fresh food. They always use local produce wherever possible so you’re always guaranteed to get the best!

The pub itself is intimate and cosy and there’s 5 rooms available for bed and breakfast too.


If you’re wanting a traditional village pub in the Peak District, this has to be one of the best. Wooden beams, log fires and great brews, all located in the Hope Valley, one of the most picturesque parts of the area.


Located on the Chatsworth Estate, the Devonshire Arms is a fantastic 18th century inn, serving the highest quality food made with the best locally produced ingredients. As well as great food, there’re local beers on offer and you can even spend the night in one of their modern but cosy rooms.


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