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The Plough Inn is situated on the A615 which bypasses Brackenfield. This 16th century Grade II listed stone pub was once a farmhouse. Freehouse with good range of real ales and good food. Well worth a visit.
We are a country pub with fresh food. We serve up to six guest ales, a great selection of wines, soft drinks and ground coffee. We are on the edge of the Peak district with easy reach to Chatsworth and Linacre reservoirs.
The Hardwick Inn is an historic Inn, close to Hardwick Hall, National Trust stately home. Can be very busy during summer weekends. Dating back to the 15th century and built of locally quarried sandstone, the Hardwick Inn is pleasantly situated on the southgate of Hardwick Park, leading from the National Trust''s Hardwick Hall. In addition to serving traditional bar meals there is also a Carvery and Salad Bar Restaurant. There is also an extensive garden area. Well worth a visit.
IL Rosso at Mansfield is more an Italian restaurant than a dining pub. It serves high quality food, Open all day, seven days a week. Typical mains:- Cornfed Chichen Leg stuffed with Spinach, Pine nuts and mushroom served on a rustic cassoulet £11.95, Porchetta - loin of pork flavoured with garlic, fennel, fresh hebs on a bed of flavoured lentils £11.95 and Siloin Grigia - risolee potatoes, purple broccoli with tarragon and tomato butter £14.95. Sunday lunch. Freindly service.
The Hutt at Ravenshead is opposite Newstead Abbey and was built in 1400 as part of the Newstead estate, owned by the Byron family from 1540. Chef & Brewer. Chalk board specials. Bar food available.It used to be known as the Royal Hutt and King John stayed here when it was first built. There is a blocked off tunnel, built by the monks, a mile long, which stretches from the Abbey to the pub. Beer Garden. Real ales. LIve Jazz every Tuesda evening.
Teversal Grange Country Inn at Sutton in Ashfield is at the start of the Teversal Trail this popular Inn and Restaurant serves very good value food lunchtime and evenings and has live entertainment on weekend evenings. Food from bar snacks up. Serves well kept Marston''s Pedigree and Teltley cask.There is a bowling green and cricket field next to the pub. Friendly and cheerful staff.
The Travellers Rest at Sutton in Ashfield is a cask marque pub. Bar meals served lunchtimes Monday to Saturday. The pub serves traditional pub food at very reasonable prices and good quality.For example gammon egg chips peas and salad cost only £3.75 their dearest meal only costs £6.95.The drink prices are quite reasonable too.(2008)
The White Horse at Woolley Moor is delightfully situated on a hill overlooking the Ogston reservoir. Good value, high quality food from sandwiches up. Separate restaurant. Worth a visit. Children welcome if eating. Garden with childrens play area. Real ales.
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