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Flying Childers, Stanton In Peak - pub details

Address: Main Road, Stanton In Peak, Derbyshire, DE4 2LW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32338) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Matlock (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.4/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Red Lion, Birchover (1.3 miles), Druid Inn, Birchover (1.4 miles), Grouse and Claret, Rowsley (1.4 miles), Bulls Head Hotel, Yougreave (1.7 miles), George Hotel, Bakewell (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs


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Superb village pub and worth the walk up from Rowsley, what a walk!

The regular beer is Charles Wells Bombardier as the locals like it!Well kept pint to say the least.Food is simple excellent pork pies and homemade cake went down very well.Another customer remarked to me his blackpudding slice was excellent.I visited 2 weeks ago but should like to return in the winter and sample the game cassarole for which the pub is famous.

oldandmild - 24 Jun 2017 06:16
Lovely old fashioned pub in a beautiful location. Worth the cycle up the 20% hills!
Muzzy - 17 May 2014 20:44
Infrequent opening hours (check website for details) but well-deservedlocal CAMRA pub of the year 2012. Good beers and quality home-made food (baps, soup etc.). A classic unspoilt Peak District pub that's well worth a visit. Also sells some local produce as a mini-shop.
thewickingman - 15 Apr 2012 18:08
A marvellous example of a very traditional old village local. In a beautiful small village of many stone-clad cottages and houses up a steep and winding road off the "main" through road - itself a winding B road through the stunning local hills. Step into the the entrance porch with the off-licence hatch still intact and there are several small shelves of bread, cakes, tins of food, eggs etc for sale. Through the door to the right is a tiny bar with just four tables and seating for about 15 or so, very decent well-kept ales on tap. Bombardier is a permanent fixture here, then two ever-changing guest pumps, with Castle Rock Hravest Pale and a just-on Hartington bitter this time. Very welcoming husband and wife bar-team, friendly group of old boys discussing Derby county and the England cricket team. Didn't go into the larger bar to the left this time, but another visit beckons again soon. One of the most relaxed and timeless pub experiences in many a year. Just be wary of the unregular opening hours - closed Mon/Tues.
Gristy - 15 Aug 2011 10:20
Another cracking Derbyshire pub.Takes a bit of finding but worth it when you get there.They do reasonably priced food although no-one was eating on our visit so cant comment on the food.There is a cozy small bar on the right as you enter,with a real fire and a larger room on the left as you enterThey had two draught beers on pump.One was a Chatsworth beer at 4.8%volume.I drank this beer,I knew I shouldnt cos it made a mess of me,but it was superb.I was glad that they closed at 3.00 or I would have had a bad home.Beautiful flavour.I cant remember what the other beer was.Open lunchtimes,except monday and tuesday,until 3.00pm and open every evening from 6.30pm.
peon - 5 Oct 2009 16:38

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