I was staying with my friend in Brassington and he had often told me about the miners arms as the "real village" pub that had been unchanged for years. This time he took me for a drink because it is in new ownership and was...More
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Very pleasant lunch in friendly atmosphere next to a log fire on a cold May bank holiday. Excellent food reasonably priced.
New owners, with a new cook who is developing the menu, If you willing to stick with them.... I'm sure it can be great again... all new menu soon !
Lovely, quaint, classic public house, All the staff are friendly, warm and welcoming, Great choices of drinks and a few pub classics on the menu to pick from, Food was delicious and enjoyed in the beer garden in the sunshine
Gorgeous homemade pies and the gravy was delicious, great fish and chips and mixed grill. Friendly female owner. Could perhaps have a better choice of vegetarian options. It is a Derbyshire good pub, not a fine dining experience, and the prices reflect this. It felt...More
When entering the pub after a long walk, we were made to feel slightly unwelcome the way the man standing at the bar stared at us - he was in fact a member of staff. He passed us over to the owner who was far...More
If this is the Miners Arms in Brassington then we stopped here one afternoon about 4 weeks ago and we're greeted by a male behind the bar who treated us like we were an interruption and a nuisance. If he smiled his face might have...More
Reading other reviews, the shortcomings of Tripadvisor are highlighted here, as the Miner's Arms pub is listed in Matlock, (which is 16 miles away), and mixes together reviews of two nearby village pubs of the same name, one in Carsington, and one in Brassington. Get...More
Goodness me! Judging by previous reviews the old landlord may be back. Here is my carefully considered review. If you are dying a slow and painful death from chronic starvation then you'd perhaps have this place on your list of eating places but even then...More