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Type Pub B&B
From £85 per room per night
Michael and his team warmly welcome you to The Norfolk Arms! A traditional freehouse pub serving homecooked food, cask ales and offers beautiful accommodation.
Michael and his team warmly welcome you to The Norfolk Arms!
Our traditional freehouse pub serves homecooked food, local cask ales and offers beautiful accommodation with stunning function room space. We are set in Ringinglow Village at the gateway to the Peak National Park, with stunning views across the Mayfield Valley.
Our 4 Star Grade II listed Coaching Inn is used for conferences, weddings, special occasions and motivational team building events.
Our Burbage Bar and Mayfield Restaurant serve traditional, affordable pub food and homemade specials in a friendly welcoming atmosphere, complimented by oak beams and log fires.
We offer the perfect destination for a break to indulge in your favourite pastime, explore the breathtaking scenery of the Peak National Park or visit Sheffield's many city centre attractions.
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