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Called in for the first time ever to this delightful pub. Made very welcome and had a lovely lunch, food and service was excellent. Will go back again and recommend this lovely inn. I had fish and chips and my wife a chicken and brie...More
We arrived to a warm welcome and ordered a wine, pint of cider, nachos and sharing fajitas and it all came to about £25. The nachos were part of the side orders so weren't huge but were a nice snack and came put very quickly....More
The Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn is a gorgeous little building in the heart of beautiful Castleton (which I why I chose it). Fabulous food, lovely old pub atmosphere. Plenty of free parking across the road.
Rooms were old, creaky and not very big, as you...More
Ok, a micro bathroom, but it was en suite and clean. Who needs more? If you do, be prepared. The room was clean and comfortable. The food was outstanding. The ambience was quiet and welcoming. Highly recommend.
Came here for dinner and was very impressed by the atmosphere of this beautiful old pub. The food was good quality and arrived very quickly - we had the steak and ale pie and it was lovely with lots of meat and a generous portion...More
US$96 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Judi-Irish | Reviewed this property |
I think breakfast was either 7am or 7.30 til 9.30 andi think the restaurant was open from lunchtime onwards although we did not eat at the pub so can't swear to it. From midnight until 7 am you are not allowed... More
I think breakfast was either 7am or 7.30 til 9.30 andi think the restaurant was open from lunchtime onwards although we did not eat at the pub so can't swear to it. From midnight until 7 am you are not allowed downstairs due to the alarms being set so don't go down for breakfast early
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