The Bridge Inn is a stone built 17th century coaching inn near to the bridge over the River Derwent, hence its name. Until 1920, The Bridge Inn was owned by the local bigwig, the Duke of Rutland.
The cozy interior of the pub has log fires and displays of foreign banknotes on its walls.
The Bridge Inn pub has a very large outdoor beer garden to complement the spacious interiors of the pub itself. Both lunch and evening meals made from local produce are served.
The Bridge Inn is situated just off the A623 Baslow to Chapel-en-le-Frith road and on the through route from Buxton to Chesterfield, Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham. Across the road is the All Saints Church.
The Bridge Inn is only five miles from Bakewell, under two miles from the historic stately home of Chatsworth House and around one mile from Curbar Gap.
The Bridge Inn
Tel: 01433 630 415
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