PLACES TO EAT
We are super lucky to have some great places to eat & drink right on our doorstep. 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...
Please note, due to the Coronavirus most of the places listed below may require booking & more notice for orders, please be patient with them. You can check the individual website links below for up to date information.
The Coolstone - Situated in the heart of Eyam, the Coolstone Bar & Bistro offers a great dining experience providing a variety of outstanding dishes, made with fresh locally sourced produce. In addition, they have well over 70 artisan gins, a large selection of craft ales, fine wines and exquisite cocktails for you to enjoy in their cocktail lounge or in the rustic courtyard.
Village Green Café, Eyam – Sara will always give you a warm welcome here at the café which is open thurs-mon 9ish-4ish serving delicious soup, sandwiches, cakes & yummy treats.
Stella's Kitchen - Afro-Caribbean food offered by Stella from her farmhouse kitchen. Light lunches, Fri/Sat eve & takeaways (except Tuesday) A true quirky addition to your stay.
The Miners Arms, Eyam – nice friendly local village pub just a 5 minute walk away. Food served every day except Sunday. Beer festivals & hog roasts run on village event days, the hub of our village.
The Bulls Head, Foolow – you will receive 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 – 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!