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Food & Drink In Castleton

Castleton has numerous coffee shops and tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. We even have an award-winning fish & chip shop!

Pub lunches in Castleton
  • 1530 The Restaurant - Telephone: 01433 621 870
    Tim and Alicia invited you to sample the menu ranging from the more traditional to modern Italian inspired Cuisine. We have a range of Pasta's, Pizza's, Steak's & Seafood Dishes including Stock Gluten Free Pasta & Pizza Dough. We now have our Secret Garden open for outside dining during Lunch hours.
  • The Peaks Inn - Telephone: 01433 620 247
    The Peaks Inn - Boasts a food menu full of hearty fare prepared to the highest standard. The Peaks serves traditional pub food and has a range of real ales. The pub serves late on a Friday and Saturday night. The pub has leather chairs and open fires in an open style bar area.
  • Ye Olde Nags Head - Telephone: 01433 620248
    A traditional seventeenth century coaching house, offering real fires, excellent home cooked food, a cosy bar and a warm welcome. The Nags has been recently renovated and has a contemporary dining area alongside a traditional bar area. The Chef's classic is a mix of pub favourites and gastro fare. The bar serves real ales and there is a comprehensive wine list.
  • The George - Telephone: 01433 620238
    The George is a lovely inn located in the popular tourist area of the Peak District National Park. Well kept ales are complemented by an excellent menu. Here everyone is made to feel welcome, whether dining or just having a relaxing drink in the bar area. With a large restaurant designed and decorated in a traditional style, a large bar with several secluded seating areas for those wishing to enjoy the tranquil surroundings, and a fantastic family area, there is something for everyone at the George.
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  • The Castle - Telephone: 01433 620578
    The Castle Hotel at Castleton was once a coaching inn and dates from the 17th century. It boasts an attractive interior with flagstones and beams. The Castle hotel is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a young woman who was left at the alter on her wedding day. It is claimed that the body of a young woman is buried under the front door - in accordance with pagan belief to bring the inn good luck! There are three other ghosts and many more spooky tales! The Castle has a good range of food which is served all day, every day, from sandwiches and beyond. Children are welcome if eating. Garden. Real ales. Log fires.
  • Cheshire Cheese Inn - Telephone: 01433 620330
    A seventeenth century pub situated in the heart of Castleton. A warm welcome awaits you at the Inn, where you'll find a traditional country pub with a real flavour of yesteryear. Food is served all day, seven days a week from noon until around 8:30pm and there is a separate dining area. The pub serves traditional real ales and has an extensive menu of good quality home cooked food.
  • The Bulls Head - Telephone: 01433 620256
    The Bulls Head has been completely transformed and is modern whilst still retaining a feeling of original character. The pub serves Robinsons Ales plus guest beers. The food is locally sourced, and prepared on site. They serve high quality traditional food as well as more adventurous fare, with menus changing regularly using seasonal produce.

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