Found this through trip advisor. Good pub food menu and large portions. Reasonably priced. Allows dogs and children. Lovely steak and blue cheese sauce. Beer garden.
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Stopped into the Boat for dinner on our way back from biking in the Peak District. We loved the friendly atmosphere, especially with the locals having their Sunday night boules game. I had the veggie lasagne which was delicious & my other half had the...More
We were staying in Cromford and came here for an evening meal twice. The first was a Monday (pie night) and the pie we had was really good, obviously home made and served with chips to die for! Really good. The other evening my husband...More
The pub is in a good location. But very little parking. It has a good view over the pond and a good beer garden. The pub is very old with interior to match. We entered and nobody was around the lady came cleaning and we...More
We are tucked away in a side street hidden from the main road. You cannot see the Pond from inside or outside of the Pub. It's a tradional Olde Worlde Pub. The menu has nearly 60 items on it and our food quality is always...More
We were staying at Willersly Castle and had read a review on trip advisor that said The Boat Inn was good for meals. Well let me tell you its excellant. The atmosphere is so friendly. We intended to book somewhere special for our anniversary meal...More
Cheers for the constructive feedback
We often visit cromford on our travels and always call in for a drink and a bite to eat , but just lately it's looking a bit shabby , must be time for a make over.
Insulting and inaccurate. The Pub is probably better than it's been since we have been here
Recently stayed in cromford decided on a meal out at the boat a lovely little pub in beautiful surroundings We didn't have to wait very long for our meal and the girl that served me at the bar was friendly enough but somewhat disappointed when...More
Weird as this is a new complaint for us, it's normally the complete opposite
Enjoyed drinking a wonderful selection of well kept ales in this pub four out of the seven nights of my stay in Cromford. Booked for an evening meal on the Wednesday (steak night) My 10oz fillet steak was cooked perfectly and very reasonably priced, probably...More