The Peacock Inn pub is located at 714 Stannington Road in Stannington.
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Peacock Inn Pub Reviews
Reviewed by Abi Petch on
I use this pub regularly for meals and they are nice meals. The staff are friendly and happy to help. The meals are very good priced and good quality.
Reviewed by Tony Winter on
This was the most unprofessional restaurant I have ever had the pleasure of eating in. The chef is the boss and the daughter is in charge at the bar. They are both very rude and have no customer skills at all. If I was you I'd make a different choice.
Reviewed by Rosie Linacre on
I love the Peacock Inn! It's my local and has been for a few good years now. It's a nice local pub with a warm atmosphere - you don't get a tumbleweed moment if you aren't a regular and it's gorgeous sitting outside in the summer evenings with a pint, and just as nice in winter with the snow falling outside.
They have just started to sell Kopparberg cider, which is going down well, and the rest of the selection of drinks is good.
Food is nice - typical pub grub. Nice to eat in or out! Shame Seamus has gone back to Manchester, he used to do a good quiz and liven things up!
Bar staff are sound and it's just a really friendly chilled out village pub. Good mix of young people, older ones and the rest but we all get along! I'd give it 10/10 any day and will be a regular all my life, I hope!
Reviewed by Stanley Robinson on
On a recent night out in Stannington village, me and three other friends had decided to call in at the Peacock Inn. Upon arriving, the lady behind the bar asked to see our IDs. Being 18 all of us, this was understandable and so we showed them without question.
I then asked the lady, who was still yet to smile and who I later discovered was landlady, for a pint of lager. I then received a reply, something along the lines of "you'll get nothing if you keep being rude and talking like that."
I stood astonished at what I had just heard and looked around at my friends who were also puzzled! I asked her how I had been rude and apparently my use of the word "love" had offended her.
I apologised and, without raising my temper, said that lots of people call each other "love" and "duck". She then finished pouring my pint, left it on the back shelf out of my reach and stormed off.
I always make an effort at being respectful and polite to bar staff , and it was obvious that we just weren't welcome. I was then informed that nobody was allowed to serve me. I made several attempts to apologise and explained that we just a bunch of mates who had come for a drink and a chat.
I understand the fact that there are some young lads who are out just to cause trouble and explained that we weren't. However I was rudely ignored and advised to leave. I couldn't believe what I was hearing, all because I had called her "love". My understanding is that it was supposed to be a friendly word, not (as it would seem) an insult!
Rather than cause a scene we left and went to the Rose & Crown, which beats the service and atmosphere in the Peacock Inn hands down! The way we were treated because of our age was disgusting and I can say for certain that I wont ever be returning and neither will my friends.
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