At the end of great day’s walking how better to relax and unwind than with a drink in the bar before dining in our award winning restaurant.
We operate a single sitting policy so the table is yours for the evening ensuring the time to enjoy your dining experience in relaxed and intimate surroundings.
Head Chef Emma’s principle of sourcing local ingredients ensures that the customer gets the best of seasonal availability and has resulted in being awarded membership of the Peak District Cuisine initiative. All dishes are freshly prepared in our own kitchen.
“Our A la Carte Menu changes monthly making best use of seasonal ingredients, possibly featuring locally grown asparagus in June or wild Staffordshire Venison in October.” We also cater for intimate weddings, anniversaries, family parties and corporate events.
Our restaurant is open to residents and public Friday and Saturday evenings and at other times by arrangement.
For reservations or further information please call 01538 383729. www.peakweavers.co.uk
Traditional 17th Century Country Inn
Simon and Alison warmly welcome you to Ye Olde Rock Inn, a charming country inn with great atmosphere and a fantastic location at the picturesque Roaches, a popular walking and climbing destination within the Peak National Park.
We pride ourselves on providing a friendly atmosphere for you to enjoy a relaxed drink and great home cooked food.
We have a cosy bar area, large dining area, separate pool room, hikers bar (muddy boots welcome!), function room and for those who want to stay longer we even have a self contained, fully equipped flat, which sleeps 4 people.
We are located just off the A53 Leek to Buxton Road, approximately 4 miles from Leek. The pub is sign posted with a brown tourist sign off the main Road. We offer ample safe parking in our 2 large car parks, we have telephone details for local taxi firms and we are also only a ten minute walk to the bus stop with services to Buxton, Sheffield, Leek and Stoke.
Friendly local pub in the centre of Meerbrook village close to the Roaches and Tittersworth reservoir with delicious home cooked food and imaginative menu.
Open 12noon to 11pm everyday. Dogs and hikers very welcome.
This tea room is 20 mins drive from the Roaches but well worth the journey. The Hulme End Tea Junction - Tea Rooms - opened on 1st August 2009, offering a selection of food and drinks to be consumed on the premises, and there is also a picnic area for those visitors catering for themselves. The dishes on offer in the Tea Junction are all home-made using, wherever possible, local produce. Go to website
The Knights' Table at the Travellers Rest, Situated just outside Buxton at Quarnford Flash Bar on the A53 with a medieval Knights' theme running throughout (relating to the legend of Sir Gawain and the green knight). A great pub with a long menu of good quality food. Very highly rated on Tripadvisor.
Free House in the Peak District Situated close to The Roaches in the beautiful Peak District National Park, The Winking Man is a traditional Free House country pub which offers quality beers from Coors alongside superb guest beers. We offer superb home cooked food and a family friendly atmosphere in a stunning location. On a sunny evening you may want to bring your Camera for fabulous sunsets
Wheelchair Friendly and Pub Games at The Winking. Man
Facilities include, wheel chair accessible, disabled toilets, Sky TV, Pool, dominoes, skittle table and a dart board.
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