[box style=’success’]The Old Clubhouse[/box]
The Clubhouse is now cosier than ever with the homely, rustic, modern country decor feel. The tartan wing chairs and the big wooden benches are a firm favourite of ours, right next to the huge log fire that’s blasts out the heat in the main bar.
[box style=’success’]The Swan[/box]
A traditional English pub if ever you’d seen one, the open fire in the small lounge is perfect for its legendary quiz night, held every Thursday from around 9pm. They show lots of sports and so its a great place to watch footy and keep warm with one of the real cask ales on offer.
[box style=’success’]The Cheshire Cheese[/box]
The ‘Cheese’ has a rustic, homely feel, with lots of comfy seating areas, and cute little nooks and cranny’s to get cosy in. The open fire lives in a low lit room and it feels like you’re at granny’s for tea in there, really warm and just what you need in Buxton’s cold weather. The menu offers lots of hearty meals too as well as a traditonal Sunday lunch.
[box style=’success’]The Sun Inn[/box]
This pub is like a maze, with various ‘rooms’, nooks and crannies to tuck into with a pint of cask ale. The open fire in the front lounge could well be someones living room and its modern, cottage, oldy-worldy feel across the whole place makes for a perfect winter meeting spot; they serve tea and coffee all day (and food at various times) and its a an ideal, quiet place to meet during the week if its work related too.
[box style=’success’]Bull’s Head[/box]
Last year saw the arrival of Imani’s Indian Restaurant at the Bull’s Head so you can enjoy fine Indian cuisine either before or after a few beers. The open fire in the lounge bar serves many purposes – whether you’ve decided to have a pre-Indian pint, just fancy a few beers or you want a game of pool (with the arrival of the pool table in the lounge bar recently), you’ll be toasty and warm what ever your plans.