Lathkil

Pub Details

Address
Over Haddon
Derbyshire
DE45 1JE
Telephone
(01629) 812501
Opening Times
Weekdays
11 - 11
Sundays
12 - 10.30

Location

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Licensee information

Licensee name
Alice Grigor-Taylor
What they say
The Lathkil Hotel is situated in the tiny Derbyshire village of Over Haddon, perched above the stunning Lathkill Dale, just two miles from the historic market town of Bakewell. Here you’ll find old fashioned hospitality, good food and relaxation served in the heart of the beautiful Peak National Park. The traditional bar provides a relaxed, friendly and inviting atmosphere, whatever the season. A wide range of finest cask conditioned ales, from famous names and local brewers alike are on offer to quench your thirst. We serve lunches everyday, choose from our hot and cold menu serving a range of cold meats, salads, sandwiches and hot homemade cuisine. In the evenings, a more extensive menu is available, on Friday and Saturday nights meals are served in our restaurant. Sunday to Thursday nights diners may eat in the bar or dining room. We have four Double Rooms all with ensuite facilities.
Free house

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Beers and drinks the Licensee currently sells

Blue Monkey
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Peakstones Rock
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Abbeydale

Peak Ales
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Cheshire

Bradfield
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Brains
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Brown Cow
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Castle Rock
Nottinghamshire

Somerset

Staffordshire

Everards

Fullers
London

Fullers
London

Hadrian & Border

Jarrow

Yorkshire

Otley
Wales

Peak Ales
Derbyshire

Lancashire

Cornwall

Staffordshire

Springhead
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Peak Ales
Derbyshire

Staffordshire

Whim
Derbyshire

Buxton Brewery, Spire Brewery, Barlow Brewery



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  1. The Lathkil Hotel
  2. View from the hotel
  3. The Bar
  4. The Bedroom
The Lathkil Hotel
View from the hotel
The Bar
The Bedroom

Good Pub Guide Recommended

Traditional pub well placed for Lathkill Dale with super views, good range of beers and well liked food
Not surprisingly, this unpretentious hotel is very popular with walkers as it's at the heart of the Peak District National Park; dogs are welcome, but muddy boots must be left in the lobby. The spectacular views can be enjoyed from seats in the walled garden and from windows in the bar. The airy room on the right as you enter has a nice fire in an attractively carved fireplace, old-fashioned settles with upholstered cushions, chairs, black beams, a delft shelf of blue and white plates and some original prints and photographs. On the left, the sunny spacious dining area doubles as an evening restaurant. Blue Monkey Right Turn Clyde, Everards Tiger, Peak Swift Nick, Storm Bosley Cloud and Whim Hartington IPA on handpump, a reasonable range of wines (including mulled wine) and a decent selection of malt whiskies; background music, darts, TV and board games. The bedrooms are warm and comfortable and the breakfasts hearty.

Good Pub Guide Food

Lunch (served buffet-style) includes filled rolls, pate of the day, lasagne, chicken and stilton pie, mediterranean vegetable hot pot and venison casserole, with evening choices such as mini whole camembert, warm smoked duck salad with blackcurrant vinaigrette, salmon parcel with tomato pesto, loin of lamb with redcurrant and port sauce, mixed grill, and puddings.

Bar food times: 12 - 2 (2.30 weekends) , 6.30 - 8.30

Awards

Good Pub Information

Children allowed in: Childrens Indoors Rest
children welcome but over 10s only in the bar
Dogs allowed in: Dogs Bar, Dogs Bedrooms

Rating

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Rating: 3/5 (187 votes cast)

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