The Lantern Pike Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

45 Glossop Road
Little Hayfield
Peak District
Greater Manchester
SK22 2NG

The Lantern Pike Inn, Little Hayfield

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Lying within the bounds of the Peak District National Park this delightful Inn has all the modern amenities but still retains its old world charm providing a great base for your short/long stay whilst you discover the Peak District. The Lantern Pike Inn is situated in Little Hayfield on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith and has been an Inn since 1851. The pub itself dates from the building of the turnpike from Old Glossop to Buxton in 1792.

Today the resident owners Stella and Tom Cunliffe extend a warm and friendly welcome to all who frequent their country hostelry with a roaring fire good food complemented with a well balanced Wine Menu well kept real ales and comfortable bedrooms We are also very proud to be Little Hayfield'sHayfield's ONLY main entry in the Good Pub Guide for the years 2009 2010 and 2011. Visitors staying at the Lantern Pike Inn will be delighted at the standard of accommodation. We have 5 cosy DoubleTwin rooms available.

All the bedrooms are en suite and have colour TV and tea-making facilities. Our bar has a warm and intimate atmosphere and serves tasty homemade Pub Food. Real ale is always available.

Check us out in either the 2009 2010 or 2011 Good Beer Guides we are one of only two pubs in the area privileged enough to have an entry. More substantial meals are served in the delightful restaurant with its magnificent views over the Lantern Pike itself.Why not have a drink or enjoy a meal in our lovely beer garden and patio area. From here you can sit back and enjoy stunning views of Lantern Pike and the surrounding countryside.

The Lantern Pike is an ideal centre for Peak Park activities such as country walks (Kinder Scout recently declared a National Nature Reserve click HERE to read press release) mountain biking etc. We are in easy reach of Chatsworth House The Chestnut Centre Lyme Park the village of Eyam (plague village) Alton Towers (approx. 90 minutes) and many more interesting places.

General Hotel FacilitiesWe have parking at the front of the Inn for 5 vehicles and a further 6 vehicles to the rear of the Inn.Children Welcome; high chair available; Licensed Bar; Real ale and a good selection of lagers ciders served; a well stocked selection of wines;Central heating; Colour TV Tea and coffee making facilities; Full restaurant service;GardenPatio area with scenic views; Sorry No Pets!; All rooms are non-smokingWe also have a FAQ page where we have answered the questions we get asked most of the time

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