Delve into delicious food at these great restaurants in the Peak District and Derbyshire and pamper your palate in the process. Discover seasonal produce and imaginative dishes served in stunning surroundings at these 8 amazing restaurants.

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The George, Alstonefield

The George, Alstonefield

Nestled in the heart of the Peak District, this award-winning pub and restaurant is scenically situated just a stone's throw from Milldale and Dovedale - famed for its Stepping Stones across the River Dove). Inside The George is bursting with charm and character, with old beams, gleaming quarry tiles and a crackling log fire, whilst the restaurant is known for its imaginative dishes made using the finest locally-grown and carefully sourced seasonal ingredients. Try partridge breast, roast belly of Gloucester Old Spot pork, or The George 'proper pie'. There’s a great choice of vegetarian and vegan dishes too, such as wild mushroom vegetable suet pudding.


Cocina at Casa

Cocina at Casa Hotel, Chesterfield

From tapas to mouth-watering charcoal-grilled meats, you can enjoy a true taste of Spain at the stylish Cocina Restaurant near Chesterfield. Situated in the strikingly modern 4-star Casa Hotel, the restaurant holds two AA rosettes for its top quality cuisine. Set on the first floor with panoramic views, you can satisfy your appetite with a stunning menu that makes the very best of locally-sourced produce. Even the bread is freshly-baked in house each day and eggs arrive directly from the owner’s farm – just like the finest cuts of meat cooked on their Spanish-Inspired Josper grill.


Fischers Baslow Hall

Fischer's, Baslow Hall

In a tranquil country house setting at the top of a tree-lined drive, Fischer’s Baslow Hall is surrounded by stunning grounds just a short distance from the famous stately homes of Chatsworth and Haddon. The award-winning restaurant is a magnet for foodies, whilst the Hall's elegant bedrooms are well placed for comfort-loving walkers and weekenders exploring the Peak District countryside. Chefs collect fruit, vegetables and herbs from the Kitchen Garden to use daily in their dishes.


The Cavendish Hotel, Baslow

The Cavendish Hotel, Baslow

Nestled in the village of Baslow on the Chatsworth Estate, The Cavendish holds 4 AA red stars for its top-notch levels of quality and service. In the hotel’s elegant Gallery Restaurant you’ll find imaginative dishes made using ingredients sourced from The Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop, whilst in the Garden Room you can soak up scenes of the countryside. You’ll find 28 luxury bedrooms equipped with crisp linen, fluffy towels and robes.


The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

If its character you’re looking for, you’ll find plenty of it at one of England’s oldest hotels, The Old Hall in Buxton. Mary Queen of Scots famously stayed here during her imprisonment in the 1500s! Today the hotel is renowned for its warm hospitality, charming accommodation and its delicious, locally-sourced menu served in the elegant restaurant. Directly opposite Buxton Opera House and Pavilion Gardens, it’s also the perfect spot for pre and post theatre dining.


Losehill House Hotel, Hope

Losehill House Hotel, Hope

With panoramic views from its breathtaking Hope Valley location, nestled between Castleton and Edale, this picturesque hotel is a true hidden gem. But its not just the views that are breathtaking, Losehill House Hotel's tranquil fine dining restaurant has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for culinary excellence. Why not make a night of it and stay in one of the hotel’s 23 beautiful bedrooms, with picture-perfect views towards Win Hill? 


The Cock Inn, Mugginton

The Cock Inn, Mugginton

Old meets new at this stylishly refurbished gastropub in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. The delicious menu features dishes from around the world and is bursting with local ingredients (which are organic where possible), from sharing boards to steaks and skewers.


The Peacock at Rowsley

The Peacock at Rowsley, near Bakewell

You might head to this luxury hotel in Derbyshire to do a spot of fly-fishing – there are seven miles of river neaby to cast about for wild rainbow trout – but you’ll probably stay because of the food. Part of the picturesque Haddon Estate, this boutique hotel and restaurant has been awarded three AA rosettes and before fine dining in the award-winning restaurant.


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