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Stayed just one night, in transit through the Peak District. So many pub-type Inns just don't quite manage attention to detail and good standards but The Yorkshire Bridge Inn is an exception to this. Very comfortable room, friendly & helpful staff, a good choice of...More
Great lunch, generous portions welcome after a long walk. Spilt my drink immediately at the bar and was given a complimentary one. Soup of the day was delicious and filling probably not needed as a starter unless very hungry.
Spent a very enjoyable three nights here at the Yorkshire Bridge Inn in early May. Had a fantastic time! The inn is a great base for hiking in and around the Peak District, especially for those who are car-less (as I am) and do not...More
This place is dreadful I've had better food at weatherspoons! Was way over priced for reheated horrible food!!! And the chips weren't even cooked properly could not wait to leave! Such a shame as in such a beautiful place!! Very disappointed!!!
Stopped here for a few drinks and a quick bite to eat after a glorious walk. Lovely location close to Ladybower Reservoir. Plenty of parking. Can only comment on the chips we ordered which were fab, crispy & hot and arrived quickly. Great service.
Hello Michelle, it would be wrong of me to make any assumptions, but I do recall that there were Rooms on the ground floor. As we were on un upper floor, I am unable to say whether or not they would be suitable. However, I... More
Hello Michelle, it would be wrong of me to make any assumptions, but I do recall that there were Rooms on the ground floor. As we were on un upper floor, I am unable to say whether or not they would be suitable. However, I found John Illingworth the owner of the Inn to be a truly helpful man and would suggest that you speak to him. Good luck.
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"Pick a room that faces away from the road as although it vis triple glazed you can hear the cars from room 10"