PLACES TO EAT
When you come and stay in our shepherd's hut B&B accommodation in Eyam, you won't be short of places to eat and drink! This is a short list of places we like to go to eat & drink, if you can’t see what you’re looking for, just ask, we’d be pleased to point you in the right direction! In no particular order we like...
Village Green Café, Eyam – Sara will always give you a warm welcome here at the café which is open daily 10-4 serving delicious soup, sandwiches, cakes & yummy treats.
The Miners Arms, Eyam – nice local village pub just a short walk away. Beer festivals & hog roasts run on village event days, the hub of the village.
The Bulls Head, Foolow – Johnny & Marilyn are sure to give you a friendly welcome at this traditional pub which sells local beers & serves delicious food in both the restaurant & bar area. One of our favourites & only a 30 minute walk away over the fields, don’t forget your torch for the way home!
The Barrell Inn, Bretton - If you’re feeling energetic, a brisk walk up the hill is well worth the effort for a drink or meal at this pub famous for being the highest in Derbyshire. Views are spectacular & it is said that on a clear day you can see 5 counties from up here. With its cosy open fires & excellent food you’d be a fool to miss it.
The Packhorse Inn, Little Longstone – One of our favourite places to linger & spend a few hours at the end of a busy week. If you’re out & about visiting the area, take time to call at this cosy pub located close to the Monsal Trail. Real Ales & locally sourced produce ensure you will not be disappointed. Muddy boots welcome. Booking recommended.
Maazi, Hathersage – Recently opened & only a short drive away, this Indian restaurant is, in our opinion, one of the best around. Authentic Indian cuisine in a quirky setting, and the best bit, they have their own taxi service to take you home if you’ve had one too many, fab!