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The George Hotel, Tideswell - pub details

Address: Commercial Rd, Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8NU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27704) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Hope - Derbyshire (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Greene King (surprisingly) next to the Cathedral. Offers accommodation and was my room for the night.

Staff are lovely.

Seemed popular with the locals - various tradesmen commandeering the bar area.

Beers were not the usual greene king. The TT Landlord was off and I remember a Tetley's Cask was on but I had a birra moretti.

Mappiman - 17 Apr 2019 15:14
Greene King pub in the centre of the village, next door to the Cathedral of the Peaks in fact. The Abbot Ale was good, but not the best i`ve ever had. The lasagne was hot and tasty. The pub was frequented by locals and visitors alike. Nice enough.
anarchobeer - 23 Aug 2017 21:56
Visited on a Friday evening. Only Greene King IPA and Ruddles on handpump, so this pub is going to struggle to get a high rating from me, but the pint of IPA I had was kept OK. Didn't eat here, but they were doing a good trade cooking steaks, lamb and tuna using "Volcanic Rock". You don't ask how you want your steak, they sear it and you then cut off chunks and cook it on the volcanic rock provided. Is this a brilliant idea or a stupid gimmick?
henrythenavigator - 19 Sep 2011 12:02
Have just visited this lovely pub for the first time since last year. The new owners have done a good job of sorting this once tired and neglected pub out. The atmosphere is great, the bar staff seem very pleasant and the beer we had was very well kept.
The best thing was the food though, we had a fantastic steak which came out on a big slab of volcanic rock. The taste was out of this world, and great to see something a bit different to the normal pub grub. My son had an Aberdeen Angus burger while my daughter had a beautiful homemade stonebaked pizza. We will be coming back here again, hopefully to stay in their new B&B rooms.

samcarter - 24 Sep 2010 23:35
Went in on Sunday lunchtime to a very empty pub - should have been packed. Four Greene King ales - Golden Ale well kept. Virtually no snacks (nuts, crisps etc - very poor) friendly but gormless staff could not compensate for dead atmosphere in this once great old boozer. Cold, ill conceived decor, cheap characterless furniture - the tables in our vicinity seemed to have been recently stripped and were still tacky. No pressing desire to return.

I believe scientists and philosophers (not to mention discriminating drinkers) call this the "Greene King Effect".
maxipop - 1 Nov 2009 18:12

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