Bulls Head Inn

Historic Inn in Foolow, Derbyshire (Peak District National Park)

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Hope Valley, nr Grindlow
S32 5QR

Bulls Head Inn, Foolow

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Located just off the A623, north of Stoney Middleton, The Bulls Head Inn with our three delightful en-suite bedrooms has been said by guests to be one of the prettiest pubs in the Peak District. Situated in a tranquil and traditional limestone village, complete with village pond and ducks, this is an ideal centre for walking or touring the Peak District.

The inn has flagstone floors, roaring open fires and an inglenook fireplace in the oak panelled dining room. A very warm welcome is extended to all - casual passers-by, walkers and their dogs, and visitors to the Peak District. In the bar you will find traditional cask beers, and a good selection of malt whiskys and wines from around the world to suit all tastes.

We offer a large choice of bar meals, but you may prefer to linger a while and take advantage of our oak panelled, candle-lit restaurant which offers an interesting and comprehensive menu. We offer dishes from the regular menu such as minted lamb casserole and plaice with mushroom sauce, plus "specials" such as roast sea bass with fennel, and wild boar steak with orange game sauce. Our three superb en-suite bedrooms offer comfortable and private accommodation with a personal access and small sitting area.

In addition to one twin/double and one double room we can offer a large family room which can sleep up to four and which boasts a superb 4-Poster bed. Come and enjoy the quiet luxury of a night in a country inn, a first class restaurant downstairs and the tranquil beauty of the village through which to stroll.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00

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