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Full Postal AddressGreyhound Inn, Warslow, BUXTON, SK17 0JN [Map]
Telephone Number01298 687017Pub's Own Website 
Opening TimesClosed MO; 12-14:30 (15 SA), 19-23 TU-SA; 12-15, 19-22:30 SU
FacilitiesAccommodation, Car Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar


Phil, Jim, Colin and June outside the Greyhound Inn on
a damp Sunday afternoon, September 1998

A welcoming village pub, easy to find as Warslow's on the B5053 south of Buxton. It's a great pub to call in for lunch, dinner or just a pint in the Peak District with the Manifold Valley and Dovedale nearby. It's a very smart pub with a cosy, beamed long main bar, and a smaller public bar to the left. The main bar has a real living room feel with houseplants in the windows. There's also picnic tables under some trees in the garden beside the pub.

Foodwise there were generous portions of the reasonably priced food with some unusual blackboard specials. It all seemed to be home-made and was all very tasty, washed down with an excellent pint of Charles Wells Bombardier. They also had Marstons Pedigree on offer as well as a guest beer. Musicwise they often have a live band playing on Saturday night.

They also offer good value bed and breakfast should you wish to stay over.




 
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AA Pub Walks and Cycle Rides: Heart of England,
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