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About the neighbourhood
With the beauty and tranquility of this place you could believe that you were in the middle of nowhere, however within a few minutes walk you could find yourself at the Village Pub! The Mundy Arms dates back to the mid 1500s, and is enveloped by Derbyshire’s lush meadows and farmland, this rosy-bricked tavern serves delicious pub food, seasonal dishes and Sunday lunches, along with an impressive selection of wines and real cask ales.
This charming, rosy-bricked 16th century tavern, sits snugly on the Derby to Ashbourne Road in the picturesque village of Mackworth, surrounded by the fertile fields of Derbyshire.
The farm is best found by car however there is a bus service every hour which stops at The Mundy Arms. Derby Railway Station is approximately 4 miles away and further Stations at Belper and Duffield. East Midlands Airport is approximately a 30 minute drive.
How to get there
Airport: East Midlands Airport : 35.0 km
Railway: Derby Midland Station: 7.0 km
Travelling by car is the best way to get to the B&B, however it is also an a 'ramblers route' for the walkers. An hourly bus service stops at the local pub - a five minutes walk from the farm.