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Would have been a 5 rating if the pub was not being redecorated, which is needed. However the food this lunchtime was superb value for money. They offer a 2 for £12 menu but my wife and I went for the specials board. I had...More
lovely friendly pub, very welcoming stayed for one night , as meet family in matlock , lovely room, just the job and the full english breakfast was spot on , would definitely return vikki n mark wagstaff
A great place to stay the room I had very clean and comfortable the bathroom was small but everything worked
The staff were welcoming and helpful and the food I had in the pub was excellent it had a good atmosphere
Stayed here last weekend for one night in the family room. All the staff were very friendly and the room was very clean, great value for money. Beer was good and the food was ok in the pub, great base for exploring the Peak District....More
Rang last minute to book room we had seen on internet four poster bed room either 8 or room 9..Young girl on phone very polite said drive up all booked...On arrival pub was shut which was fine as it was 11.45 pub opened at 12...Knocked...More
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US$71 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might... More
I'm not really sure. The accommodation is provided in a building separate from the pub, so it's not that noisy. Obviously, if you go there at the weekends, it might be noisy up to midnight or so, but I couldn't tell. Might be best to just contact the place directly and inquire with them.
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"if you going to walk down the hill get a taxi back (steep hill) only £3"