Great Places to eat and drink.
Welcome!” That’s been the heartfelt greeting here since medieval times, when an inn was most likely established to serve the weekly market on the green, at the core of our traditional Peak District village, Monyash. Today, the market is only once a year, but the welcome is just as warm and traditional, as we invite you to sample some of the finest food and drink for miles around, in the historic and friendly atmosphere that is The Bull’s Head.
Inside you will find a cheerful variety of spacious bars and dining rooms to suit all tastes and occasions, while the celebrated beer garden leads on to the brilliantly designed village play park, guaranteed to keep children of all ages happily amused.
There is also a sunny side-terrace and, of course, the village green at the front, always alive on Summer weekends with simple pleasures, from morris dancing to informal picnics.
Vicky & Daryll welcome you to the Jug and Glass Inn.
Traditional service since the 17th century this small quintessential English Coaching Inn atop the White Peak area of the National Park with views across the Dales inspiring poetry with warming by a roasting fire on a snowy winter days to rambling in panoramic glory through every season.
Open everyday from 12 noon
Food available 12pm til 7.30pm Mon – Sat
Sun 12 til 6.30pm (booking advisable)
Housed in the former village blacksmiths shop, with quirky artefacts and tools around the cafe from these times; we are able to offer something for everyone. Whether just passing by, coming back from a long walk down the dales, half way through a bike ride or setting off an a day long adventure. Monyash is right in the middle of the Peak District National Park and close by to many fabulous walks, cycle and motorbike routes, and offers a wide choice of holiday and Bed and Breakfast accommodation. We serve homemade and locally sourced meals, snacks, drinks and ice creams. We pride ourselves on good, honest, quality food served in a friendly and relaxed environment.
- Good food, including homemade cakes and pies. New Menus
- Freshly brewed tea and coffee – a new coffee machine and provisions from Buxton Roastery are in place.
- Locally sourced produce including eggs, honey and chutney
- Newspapers and magazines
- A new wood burning stove to warm the building
- Free Wi-Fi
- Groceries, and some fruit and veg.
- Walkers, Cyclists, and Bikers welcome.
- The cafe will continue to be dog-friendly.
- Off-Sales of local beers.
- Opening Hours 8am – 4pm seven days a week.
The brewery was originally based in the outbuildings of Thornbridge Hall, surrounded by beautiful gardens within the 100-acre estate. The buildings were renovated in 2004 in preparation for the brewery installation. Jim Harrison and Simon Webster recruited two young brewers, keen to kick-start their brewing career. Their first brew was Lord Marples, a 4% classic bitter, which went on to become a core Thornbridge beer
Peak Ales Brewery produces traditional real ales in the stunning landscape of the Derbyshire Dales. It is run by Robert and Debra Evans and a team whose combined knowledge and experience in producing Real Ale Craft Beers has kept the business running since 2005.
Born out of love and the challenges of setting up their own micro-brewery, Robert and Debra’s ales have won numerous National awards in both cask and bottle.
As well as selling to hotels, pubs and retail outlets around the Peak District, Peak Ales is open to the public, with a shop at the barn or availabilty online.
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Located in the heart of the Peak District – we are the perfect venue for meeting old friends – resting tired, muddy boots, or celebrating a family occasion with good, locally sourced food – or a couple of cheeky cocktails!
The spacious, elegant Old Station building is complemented by a large sun terrace fronting the Monsal Trail for balmy sunny days and outside dining.
We can also boast a large outdoor covered seating area with Wendy Houses to keep the little ones entertained, and any dog walkers dry!
Our welcoming café offers simple, homemade food, locally sourced where possible, with plenty of vegan and gluten-free options.
We’re passionate about supporting other small, local, independent businesses and serve Dalton’s Dairy ice cream, Yorkshire Crisps, Peak Ales, Ashover Cider, Peak Feast bakes, Buxton Coffee Roasters coffee, Birdhouse Tea Company teas and Cottage Delight preserves and pickles.