The Eyre Arms stands near the gates of Hassop Hall which was once owned by the Eyre family for hundreds of years. It's not a very big pub, so if you want a meal then it's advisable to book. There is plenty to chose from on the menu, as well as traditional English food, they serve some of the traditional dishes with cosmopolitan twists. The food is delicious, well presented and plenty of it without ending up bloated. The Thai fish cakes that I started with were very tasty, not too spicy so that you could taste the crab; the venison was done to perfection - tender and oozing with red juice; and the Eton Mess was yummy!
The service is friendly and is a family run business.
The pub is cosy with a roaring fire, and has it's own resident Cavalier ghost from the English Civil War!
To get to it (as buses are infrequent), you need a car or hiking boots. But what could be better than a drive or hike in the Derbyshire Peak District followed by a great meal!
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