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Ye Old Cheshire Cheese, Longnor - pub details

Address: Longnor, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0NS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25237) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Crewe and Harpur Arms, Longnor (0.0 miles), Horseshoe, Longnor (0.0 miles), Packhorse Inn, Crowdicote (0.8 miles), Quiet Woman, Earl Sterndale (1.3 miles)

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Visited this pub a couple of times recently and on each occasion the place was pretty dead and the beer is average at best.

The best pub locally is the Pack Horse at Crowdecote.
lennypigdog - 26 Jun 2010 21:09
Haven't tried the food, but the ale choice is almost as uninspiring as the Horseshoe. Bit of a dingy place, too... very little atmosphere.
sfocata - 19 Jun 2010 18:36
Wow, what a terrific place. First thing to note is the wonderful fire raging as you walk in from the cold. As I watched people filter in from the bitter night, every single one of them let out a yelp of delight and relief at its presence.

The most impressive thing here is the welcoming staff. They just could not be friendlier and are extrememly good fun. We ended up spending the entire night there and their willingness to make us comfortable in any way possible was brilliant.

The food's good (except for the peas, what a horrific mistake they are!! Wonderful home cooked food served with tinned, dull green, tasteless peas. A truly baffling decision), the service excellent and the atmosphere a real surprise for a remote village pub.

We played darts for much of the night, and there was decent live music round the other side of the bar.

Perhaps my only criticism was that there was only one real ale available and it didn't look like they ever have more than one on at a time. Luckily it was a decent drop (Robinson's Unicorn), but really 2 real ales are an absolute minimum for a pub in the heartland of England's outdoors.

If I was considering a walking holiday in the Peak District again I would give very serious consideration to ensuring I was based in the vicinity of this pub for apres walk activities.

It's a blinder.
Dylarolla - 31 Mar 2010 17:49
Superb village pub - selection of great Robinsons ales and food is great - very tasty, good prices and decent portions. Comfortable bar areas with nice open fires. Staff and locals very friendly, I'm not usually made as welcome at my own local! Highly recommended
sussexboy - 12 Apr 2009 09:37
Great pub
Sven - 5 Sep 2008 13:15

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