Packhorse Inn

Locally sourced food

A taste of the Peak District

This historic pub is regarded as one of the best in the Peak District. Situated just off the Monsal Trail, the pub is surrounded by some of the most striking scenery the Peaks have to offer.

Settle down by the open fire or linger outside on sunny days to enjoy real ales and tasty food, locally sourced by the landlord. Muddy boots, kids and dogs are all welcome. ​ The Packhorse is ideally located for those staying in the lovely holiday cottages on our doorstep. Select the 'Places to stay' button for more information. We are also a short drive from some best known attractions of the peak district, so whether you've spent the morning fly fishing or touring Chatsworth House or Haddon Hall, you will have no trouble making it to the Packhorse in time for lunch. As most people in Derbyshire can't walk 50 feet without encountering a cow, a pig, or a sheep, we didn't think it made a lot of sense to get them from anywhere else. Including buffalo from Eastmoor and venison from Round Green Farm. All the beef is reared two fields away and comes from Critchlows Farm Shop in Bakewell, the cheeses from the Hartington Cheese Shop and the bread and famous pudding from the Original Bakewell Pudding Shop. Serving a wide range of real ales and lagers, the Packhorse Inn is a fantastic place to come for a good honest pint. Black Sheep is a regular feature, and local beers include cask ales from the Thornbridge Brewery in Bakewell. ​ We always have three Thornbridge beers on and a fourth guest beer. We also have a sixth hand pull which features regularly changing ciders. The wine list is concise but effective, with the usual suspects all provided by Hattersley Wines in Bakewell. A full range of spirits is also available as are tea and coffee. We have just been put into the 2016 Good Beer Guide, so pop in for a pint and try them for yourself!

  • Children Welcome
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Reservations