The Cheshire Cheese
The Cheshire Cheese dates back to the 16th Century. The Inn owes its name to being an overnight stopping point on the old salt-carrying route from Cheshire, across the Pennines, to Yorkshire.
Payment for lodgings at the Inn was actually made in cheese and the original cheese hooks can be seen in the lower room.
Today, it retains a relaxed, unspoiled, old-world atmosphere, with open fires, traditionally brewed, hand-pulled beer and a reputation for good, wholesome home-made food.
The delightful location makes The Cheese an ideal base for walking trips, mountain bike expeditions or simply as a place to relax in the beautiful Peak District.
CAMRA pub of the month for December 2006.
Every day from 11.00am
The Cheshire Cheese Inn, Edale Road, Hope
Hope Valley. S33 6ZF
Tel: 01433 620381
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