Tag Archive: pub review

Jan 25 2014

Royal Hotel – Dungworth

I had contacted the Royal Hotel during the week prior to our walk to check if we were ok to leave our cars there whilst walking. From the very first reply I could sense they were nice and they even warned us of a pheasant shoot starting from Rod Moor trig point, which was our …

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Mar 29 2013

The Wheatsheaf – Ingleton (2nd Visit)

It had been 3 years and two days since we last stepped foot in the Wheatsheaf and on that occasion I wasn’t flavour of the month, after a supposed 8 mile walk turn out to be 13 miles long. Today however the walk had been a pleasant 6 miles so we were all full of …

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Dec 01 2012

Fox House – Nr Carlecotes

After yet another delightful walk, we found ourselves in an unusual, but not totally new situation, of finishing in a village without a pub. No drama though, we simply had a quick chat as to the routes we would all be taking home, checked the map, then set off following my nose to sniff out …

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Sep 08 2012

The Eyre Arms – Calver

OK peeps, hold the front page, we had encountered a hill walk where we managed to squeeze in two pubs! One of them would be our usual ‘end of walk’ beverage anyway, but I for one felt spoiled all the same. Kind of knowing we may just squeeze in two juicers today (pun not intended …

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Sep 08 2012

Barrel Inn – Bretton

Well this was a first. Due to the route to (and beyond) the trig point on Sir William Hill, we encountered a pub en route and by golly, even though it was only 11.25am, it was open (we weren’t sure it would be an 11er or a 12er as we approached!) Well it was a …

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