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Visited twice whilst staying just down the road once for a drink and once for dinner. Humphrey the black Labrador is a bit of a local legend so was disappointed not to see him however that was the only disappointment Good range of beers and...More
We had a thoroughly excellent meal at the Red Lion. The staff were so welcoming; the beer was excellent and the food outstanding. Would really recommend this pub (which also has accommodation) both as a stopping off point and as a place of destination.
Olde Worlde pub. Great, food & B&B. Not been for a while but certainly never disappoints. Always made welcome, great service. Hearty food, great draught beers. The dog loves it!! Reserve a table is best.
Its not many pubs that I go into and say I wish I was not driving. The beer selection was amazing,the food was amazing (we only had a snack but if that was anything to go by!!!!) and the setting wasnt too bad either. This...More
What a warm friendly welcome we received from Jeanne (Landlady) when we arrived at the pub after an 11 mile walk...it was a freezing cold, windy January day. Excellent customer service, a lovely atmosphere, lovely log fire, we felt that comfortable we all just wanted...More
A loverly old, cosy, traditional country pub in a lovely Derbyshire village. On a damp November evening the roaring log fire was very welcome. Good beers and excellent food served in man-sized portions. Go with a healthy appetite. We will definitely return if we are...More
We happened on the Red Lion by chance, having arrived too late for lunch at another pub and received this recommendation. We each had Sunday lunches - nice selection of vegetables, stuffing and a large yorkshire pudding, 3 choices of meat. The ginger sponge pudding...More