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Derbyshire family owned and run 17th Century inn
True free house


The Old Eyre Arms an oasis of quality set in one of the most beautiful parts of Derbyshire, lying north of the old market town of Bakewell (famous for its Bakewell puddings, not tart) in the centre of the Peak District National Park close to Chatsworth House.

Formally a farmstead and 17th Century Coaching Inn, The Old Eyre Arms is now a Family owned & run pub restaurant. Your hosts Lynne, Nick & Sam Smith are devoted to retaining the character and friendly atmosphere of this unique unspoilt hostelry, cheery logs fires warm its charming oak beamed rooms, with there low ceiling, oak settles, long case clock & old pictures.

This much-photographed old lime stone pub with its ivy clad front & 3ft thick walls is without doubt one of the most picturesque Inns within Derbyshire & the Peak District national park.

That ultimate sense of relaxation and wellbeing however, comes not just from the calibre of service but from the manner in which it is delivered.
A sense of pride and belonging make for courteous, friendly and efficient staff who will guarantee to make your visit truly memorable.

We are serving home cooked locally sourced produce & real ale (Blacksheep Ale. Peak ales Swift Nick & Bradfield Brewery Farmers Blonde)
 7 days a week. 

Food served



12.00am to 2.30pm

Closed Monday Evenings.

 Tuesday to Friday
12.00am to 2.00p.m 9.00p.m.

12.00am to 2.30p.m & 9.00p.m.

Food served all day Sunday
12.00a.m. to 8.00p.m.


T: 01629-640390

The Old Eyre Arms, Hassop, Bakewell
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