The classic twin room is called the Lantern Pike, this room takes it name form the hill at the back of the pub. The Lantern Pike Hill was historically used as a beacon for communication in bygone days, today it’s just a great hill to walk up and take in the breath-taking views. The Lantern Pike is located at the front of the building with the benefit of double glazing thereby minimising traffic noise. Lantern Pike has an en-suite walk in shower.
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Type Pub B&B
From £72 per room per night
Explore the Peak District and then return to this mid-18th Century converted farmhouse, now a Pub, Restaurant and B&B situated in Little Hayfield at the heart of the Peak District.
The Lantern Pike Inn is a family owned Pub, Restaurant and B&B situated in Little Hayfield, on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, and has been an Inn since 1851. The pub itself dates from the building of the turnpike from Old Glossop to Buxton in 1792.
Steeped in history and rich in character the pub is within the bounds of the Peak District National Park, and whilst having all modern amenities retains its old world charm and provides the perfect base for you to discover The Peak District, Hayfield and surrounding attractions.
Today, the resident owners Stella and Tom Cunliffe extend a warm and friendly welcome to all who frequent their country hostelry, with a roaring fire, good food complemented with a well-balanced wine menu, well-kept real ales and comfortable bedrooms. They are also very proud to be Little Hayfield's/Hayfield's only main entry in the Good Pub Guide for the years 2009 – 2014 as well as a main entry in the AA Pub Guide.
Similarly, the beer garden has been voted in the top 15 British Beer Gardens by MSN Travel UK. Of mid-18th Century architectural design, no two rooms are the same and vary in size and character... Nevertheless, all visitors staying at the Lantern Pike Inn will be delighted at the standard of accommodation. They have 5 cosy double/twin rooms available, with breakfast included with your room. All bedrooms are en-suite, and have a hairdryer, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. For your additional comfort, one of the double rooms is a superior room, it has a dressed four poster bed and additional seating.
The bar has a warm and intimate atmosphere and serves tasty homemade pub food and real ale is always available on tap. However, if it's just a nice cuppa you want they also served traditional English tea, this in addition to some not so traditional teas from around the world. They can also offer you a cup of freshly ground Kenco Fairtrade coffee.
At The Lantern Pike Inn, they are extremely proud of the food menu. They use only the finest ingredients reflecting seasonal market and availability, expertly prepared. It is for this reason that they do not have a printed menu but a constantly changing chalkboard. They cater for all types of cooking e.g. gluten free, vegetarian etc.
The Lantern Pike is an ideal centre for Peak Park activities, such as country walks, (Kinder Scout Reserve recently declared a National Nature Reserve), mountain biking etc. They are in easy reach of Chatsworth House, The Chestnut Centre, Lyme Park, the village of Eyam (plague village), Alton Towers (approx. 90 minutes) and many more interesting places.
Black Hill is a compact twin room, named after Black Hill located in Torside, at 1900 feet above sea level it is the third highest point in the Peak District. Black Hill benefits from being located at the back of the building with a great view of the Lantern Pike Hill and surrounding countryside and no traffic noise. Black Hill has an en-suite walk in shower.
The superior double is Kinder Scout, named after the highest point in the Peak District. At almost 2100 feet above sea level it is the daddy of the hills in the Peak District. This room is the largest room in the house and has the benefit of a dressed four poster bed and additional seating. It has an en-suite shower-over-bath set in the largest bathroom in the house. Their romantic weekends package for Kinder Scout has proved very popular where they have a choice of flowers, champagne and chocolates in the room on your arrival.
Mam Tor is a compact double room, named after the famous the Shivering Mountain in Edale. At more than 1700 feet above sea level the views from the summit are incredible. Mam Tor is really cosy in the Winter Months, it is located at the front of the building with the benefit of double glazing thereby minimising traffic noise. Mam Tor has an en-suite over-bath shower.
Additional Directions Information
The Lantern Pike Inn is located on the A624, 4 miles south of Glossop and 4 miles north of Chapel-en-le-Frith. We are within easy reach of the M67, M60, M62 and M6. Manchester City Centre is 15 miles (30 mins) via the M67 and A57. Sheffield is approx 30 miles east along the A57 (40 mins). Glossop Railway Station and News Mills Railway Station are both approximately 4 miles from the Inn. A regular bus service is available from Glossop and New Mills which stops outside the Inn. Manchester International airport is approximately 35 minutes drive.