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The Miners Arms, Eyam - pub details

Address: Water Lane, Eyam, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S32 5RG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39772) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Grindleford (2.4 miles), Hathersage (3.1 miles), Bamford (4.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.8/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Moon Inn, Stoney Middleton (0.8 miles), Eyre Arms, Calver Sough (1.5 miles), Chequers Inn, Hope Valley (1.6 miles), Barrel Inn, Bretton (1.6 miles), Derwent Water Arms, Calver (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Miners Arms, Eyam

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Waited for 45 minutes for it to open at midday. Wish I hadn't.

Greene King but selling the local breweries "Quarantine". It was murky and I doubt was meant to look the way it did.

Shame really, as its the only pub in the village. Maybe they hadn't pulled it through and i was victim of being first in.
Mappiman - 17 Apr 2019 18:45
Plus points:
Superb location in the centre of an historic Derbyshire village.
Very friendly and efficient staff.
Freshly prepared food using high quality local produce, quickly served and good value for money.

Minus points:
Only Greene King ales, including Olde Trip which apart from being alcoholic, bears absolutely *NO* resemblance to the superb ale of that name formerly brewed by Hardy & Hanson at their Kimberley brewery.
Be aware too of the unbranded “Charity Ale” which claims to donate 10 pence for every pint sold to a childrens’ hospice. I do not doubt that this is the case, but “Charity Ale” seems to be GK IPA being marketed under another name.
Finally, the Miners Arms may have a 5* local authority hygiene rating for their kitchen, but their front of house hygiene leaves a lot to be desired by not only allowing pet dogs into the dining area but allowing them to sit on the seats. Smoking has been banned in pubs for health reasons. Dogs, except for assistance dogs, should be totally excluded too.

steve2905 - 5 Aug 2013 05:30

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