Cosy Pubs with Fireplaces

What better way to enjoy an autumn afternoon than to take your ageing loved one to a cosy pub with a roaring fire?

With the beautiful scenery of the High Peak on your doorstep, there are plenty cosy pubs with fireplaces to choose from! If your loved one would enjoy an autumn stroll and a hot drink by the fire, why not arrange a delightful lunchtime or evening date at a pub? You can enjoy a bite to eat or a hearty meal and spend quality time together enjoying the scenic views of the High Peak. We’ve chosen five of our favourite locations in the High Peak with cosy seating and warming fires and we hope you enjoy exploring them!

Pack Horse Inn

The Pack Horse Inn is a traditional country pub in the heart of the High Peak in New Mills. With its rustic charm, traditional wood-panelled bars, and log fireplaces, it offers a warm environment for you and your ageing adult to enjoy a wholesome autumn afternoon. With locally sourced dishes served by the fire, why not pop down and enjoy a meal or bite to eat with your loved one? Whether you’re seated in the bar or the dining room overlooking the patio garden, you can expect breathtaking views of the Peak district to accompany you.

Food is served from 12.00pm – 8.30pm Monday to Saturday and from 12.00pm – 8.15pm on Sundays and there is wheelchair access. Bookings are recommended so you can give them a call on 01663 742365 to book your spot by the fire!

The Beehive Inn

The Beehive Inn is another lovely pub to take your loved one. With a food specials board showcasing seasonal and fresh produce, their meals are guaranteed to impress and provide you and your loved one with a great dining experience. With roaring log fires in the cooler months, after a day of exploration in the nearby scenic trails of Combs, you can warm up by the fire and indulge in a bite to eat, perfectly complemented by a hot drink or a snooze on the armchair!

Open from 9.00am – 11.00pm all week, they serve a great selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sweet treats for you and your loved one to enjoy throughout the day. Parking is available outside and the pub is wheelchair accessible. Call them on 01298 812758 to book your next autumn outing for you and your loved one.

The Lamb Inn

Another lovely pub to visit is The Lamb Inn, which is an 18th Century pub located just off the A624 halfway between Chinley and Hayfield. Decorative beams, wood burners, stone floors and a warm and friendly atmosphere await you as you enjoy a hot meal or a warming drink by the fire. Their menu consists of hearty pub classics and their daily changing menu, showcases fresh and local produce, guaranteeing a delicious meal.

They are open from Monday to Friday with two convenient time slots: 12.00pm to 3.00pm for lunch and 5.00pm onwards for dinner. On Saturdays, food is served from 12.00pm until 9.00pm and on Sundays, food is served from 12.00pm until 8.00pm. There is car parking available and offers plenty of scenic walking routes nearby such as Kinder Scout and the Pennine Way. To book your table, you can call them on 01663 750519.

The Old Hall Inn and Paper Mill Inn

The Old Hall Inn and Paper Mill Inn are two charming and vibrant country inns located directly next to each other, in the picturesque hamlet of Whitehough. Each with their own distinctive seasonal food & drink offers, you are guaranteed to enjoy a tasty meal by their crackling fires! Each provide a wide range of food such as hand stretched pizza, fresh pies and regular pop-up kitchens offering different cuisine from around the world.

The Paper Mill Inn serves food on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and their full list of food serving hours can be found on their website. The Old Hall Inn serves food on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays with their full serving hours also online. Car parking is available, and dogs are welcome to join you and your loved one! Just make sure to contact them about brining your four-legged companion beforehand when booking online or calling them at 01663 750529.

Red Lion

The Red Lion  on High Lane is a charming restaurant pub offering traditional British dishes and vintage bar snacks. Featuring a main menu, Sunday brunch and a Sunday menu, there is something for everyone to enjoy! With autumn now in full swing, cosy up by the fire and enjoy a hot drink or bite to eat.

The pub is open from 11.00am to 11.00pm Monday to Thursday, 11.00am to 12.00am Friday to Saturday and from 9.30am to 10.00pm Sunday. There is car parking available and wheelchair access. Four legged companions are also welcome to join you for a relaxing afternoon or evening meal just make sure to add this to your online booking.

The Rams Head

Located in the village of Disley, The Rams Head is a country pub and restaurant, great for lunch, dinner or simply a refreshing drink! With traditional pub interiors, a stylish bar, a cosy dining area with a crackling fire, and lovely outdoor seating, it is a perfect place to enjoy an autumn day with your loved one. The Ram’s Head is on the edge of the Peak District in the Goyt Valley, a perfect location to enjoy a scenic stroll with your ageing adult, followed by a hot drink or bite to eat by the fire.

They are open from 12.00pm – 10.00pm Mondays to Thursdays, 12.00pm – 11.00pm on Fridays, 09.00am – 11.00pm on Saturdays and 09.00 – 10.00pm on Sundays. You can book online and add any dining requirements or seating preferences, so you and your loved one can enjoy your perfect autumn outing. There is parking available and there is wheelchair access.

So, if you fancy taking your loved one out for a relaxing lunch or evening meal by a crackling fireplace this autumn in the High Peak, we hope you’re able to try at least one of our suggestions.

And if you’d like to know more about the services we provide at Home Instead High Peak, don’t hesitate to give us a call – we’d be delighted to share the ways we can support your loved ones.