Surrounded by the untamed beauty of the Derbyshire Peak District landscape just 20 minutes from Sheffield on the old turnpike road to stately Chatsworth House and pretty Bakewell, this Grade II listed 19th century inn commands stunning views of the rugged heather moorlands.
Built in the early 1800s to take advantage of improvements to the perilous coach roads traversing the Peak District, The Peacock Inn stands in splendid isolation on Owler Bar next to the Toll House cottage where travellers paid the turnpike toll. The Peacock is the ideal base from which to take in the spectacular countryside of the Peak District National Park, from the rolling hills and dales of White Peak, to the dramatic crags and sweeping moorlands of Dark Peak. The Derwent Valley Heritage Way passes through nearby Grindleford and more adventurous trails along Curbar Edge and Froggatt Edge popular with climbers are within easy reach of The Peacock Inn.
With stunning views in summer and cosy open fires in winter, The Peacock Inn offers a traditional welcome to tourists and ramblers alike a handsome moorland pub restaurant with a snug cosy ambience. It's the perfect way to savour traditional pub food and relaxing Sunday lunches on a day out in the beautiful Peak District.