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Hayfield

The Pack Horse


The Pack Horse is in the centre of the beautiful village of Hayfield right at the base of Kinder Scout, the highest peak in the Peak District. The building dates from c1850 but there has been a pub on this site since the 13th century. Hayfield was a busy mill town and The Pack Horse was an important stop on the pack horse trail carrying cotton across the Pennines.

An ancient pub with a modern feel - conveniently placed for hikers, daytrippers and locals, the Pack Horse offers a warm welcome, great beer and a tempting menu.

Granada region gastro pub 2006, Best Pub 2006 (northern Hopsitality Awards).

The Pack Horse at Hayfield prides itself on its fine food made with fresh ingredients. All our meat is from Mettricks of Glossop, who source only from farms within a 10 mile radius. Taste the difference!

Delicious homemade snacks and meals served all day
All dining areas are non-smoking
Vegetarians catered for. We can also cater for other special dietary requirements but will require advance notice.

We also cater for weddings, business meetings and other functions.

For more information see our website at: www.thepackhorsehayfield.co.uk

Bar mealsA la carte menuLicensedReal AleMostly vegetarianAfternoon TeaCar ParkParty Bookings40 camra listed Symbol Key

Opening Times:

Fresh food is available every day between 12pm and 9pm.

Contact Details:

The Pack Horse, 3 - 5 Market Street, Hayfield
High Peak. SK22 2EP
Tel: 01663 740074
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website: www.thepackhorsehayfield.co.uk
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