Inns in Birch Vale

The Waltzing Weasel Inn
8 New Mills Road
Birch Vale

SK22 1BT

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The Waltzing Weasel is a Traditional quintessential English Inn - approximately 400 years old located in the walking country of the High Peak in the Peak District. Views of Kinder Scout and surrounding hills and moors; situated along side of the Sett Valley Trail. This is an ideal venue for walkers or stressed business people who want to chill and be pampered. Only forty minutes away from Manchester and its international airport; Sheffield; Stockport; Buxton and Glossop. We have excellent wines at affordable prices and 4 Cask Ales for the Good Beer drinkers; even our lagers offer quality with Budvar; Beck’s; Kronnenburg 1664 and Blanc on draught. Enjoy our quality en-suite bedrooms and relax in the bar with its open fire; country antiques. Our widely acclaimed restaurant provides quality dining and excellent wines and through its mullioned windows; offers dramatic views of Kinder Scout and the pleasant garden where you can take after-dinner coffee or morning tea. Our aim is to provide a civilised retreat for those looking for a welcome break; we welcome dog owners and have a dedicated vegetarian menu. We often have live music spots; including regular spots by an excellent contemporary jazz band. The Waltzing Weasel's honest English cuisine has earned many official honours; including the Derbyshire Dining Pub of the Year (1997; 1998; 2000; 2002; 2003 & 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007) and a Good Pub Food Guide award. The private dining room can accommodate 14 people at small tables and 12 people at one large table. In addition to our standard menu; we can arrange special menus to suit individual requirements; including a good range of vegetarian dishes.

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