Situated in Hope, in the heart of the Peak District, the 16th Century Inn owes its name to being an overnight stopping point on the old salt carrying route from Cheshire across the Pennines to Yorkshire.
Payment for lodging at the Inn was actually made in Cheese – the original cheese hooks can still be seen in the lower room. Today it retains a relaxed unspoilt, old world atmosphere with open fires, traditionally brewed hand pulled beer and a reputation for good wholesome food. Find out more>>
A Great selection of 5 real ales
We have been voted into Camra’s Good Beer Guide for 2012/13/ We have also been awarded with our Cask MarqueFind out more