Spotlessly kept pub with emphasis on good, fair-priced food
The good pub guide review
This cosy, traditional pub near some of the Peak District's most popular attractions draws all sorts: walkers, cyclists, horse riders, families, classic car clubs and more. Décor throughout is traditional: brass or copper implements, decorative plates, horsebrasses on beams in the red ceiling, cushioned built-in wall benches and upholstered chairs and stools around polished tables on red carpet ' and a warming fire. A corner area (with a woodburning stove) is snugly partitioned off and there's a separate, more formal dining room on the right; darts, board games and maybe faint background music. There are Robinsons ales such as Dizzy Blonde, Double Hop, Trooper and Unicorn and a guest beer on handpump, Weston's Old Rosie cider and quite a choice of wines and whiskies. In warm weather there are seats in the garden and picnic-sets out in front (one under a heated canopy) set well back above the quiet lane. Disabled access.
The good pub guide food review
Pubby food includes a two- and three-course lunchtime deal plus sandwiches, omelettes, home-made pies, beer-battered fish and chips, chilli con carne, curries, fish pie, dressed crab, steaks from the local butcher, and puddings.
Crispin, Main Street, Great Longstone, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1TZ
Pub Group: Robinsons
Weekdays: 12-3, 6-11