The Lamb Inn is a 18th Century coaching Inn located in the Peak District National Park with stone floors low beamed ceilings wood burning stoves and decor befitting the age of the building.
Nestled in the glorious Peak District National Park The Lamb Inn is an 18th Century coaching Inn which has been sympathetically extended to provide three luxury en-suite bedrooms. The Inn is located just off the A624 halfway between Chinley and Hayfield in the High Peak from our car park there are plenty of walking opportunities for all levels wether a hike up Kinder Scout or a trek over to Edale the start of the Pennine Way. Across from the Inn is Cracken Edge.
On your return enjoy a meal at The Lamb which is made up of various dining areas all decorated how a old country pub should be with beams wood burners stone floors and a warm and friendly atmosphere we also have a oak panelled private dining room for up to eight people on a antique dining table thats as old as the Inn it self. On sunnier days we have extensive out side eating areas with views of the surrounding hills. The menu consists of good hearty pub classics to eastern influenced dishes and a monthly changing specials menu were you can find more elaborate seasonal dishes which can be accompanied with hand pulled real ales continental lagers or a glass of wine from our varied wine list.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Chinley area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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