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The Yorkshire Bridge Inn, Bamford - pub details

Address: Ashopton Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0AZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7086) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bamford (1.4 miles), Hope - Derbyshire (1.6 miles), Hathersage (3.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Anglers Rest, Bamford (0.7 miles), Ladybower Inn, Bamford (1.2 miles), Rising Sun, Bamford (1.2 miles), Rising Sun, Hope Valley (1.2 miles), Travellers Rest, Bradwell (1.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Two friends told me they have changed their minds about this place and have stopped going now for regular meals. They sent back two inedible Barnsley chops and instead chose a greasy lamb shank which required a steak knife to remove the meat. After this, one of them had diarrhoea and sickness for 3 days.
GeofB - 9 Jun 2013 20:18
Beers pricey? You can say that again - at least 80p above the The Ladybower Inn for the same pint of Farmers Blonde. It's been said before by others on this site and so I'll say it again - very overrated and essentially a RESTAURANT that just happens to sell beer. Don't bother when the Ladybower of the Anglers are so nearby. Not the pub that I used to know.
vladtheimbiber - 1 Mar 2013 20:40
Stayed here recently ... not as good as it thinks it is. The beer's OK, though a bit pricey, but the food was distinctly average, breakfast well below that level. And if you are in to cat-swinging, the rooms are a disappointment.
Gerremin - 3 Jul 2012 15:53
Someone please tell'em that it's also a pub so they stop assuming I will order a meal. Surely I can sit in the place with just a drink, a pint of Bakewell Best especially after paying 3.30 for it, 40p more than they usually charge even in other Peak District touroid pubs. They make the Monsal Head Hotel and the Barrel at Bretton look positively charitable. First in, I headed for a spare table in the "Garden Room" as the other tables were all taken up by car borne touroids, spreading themselves out, usually just two taking up a 6 chair table. A minor panic ensued as a waitress shouted, "Excuse me that room is closed" until I explained that my three mates still outside were going to order food and then it was OK. I didn't eat but my mates did. Modest sarnies, small bowl of soup, bit of salad.It looked OK but not particularly special for 7.50.
GeofB - 3 Feb 2012 20:26
This is a pub very much geared to food, but it did have 5 real ales on, all local and the 2 I tried were both well kept. So if you're looking for a snack or a meal washed down with a pint or two, then this place is fine.
henrythenavigator - 19 Sep 2011 12:59

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