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Restaurants in Hathersage

 Enjoy top-quality restaurants in Hathersage

Hathersage village in the Hope Valley might only be small in size, but its location in the Peak District National Park means that it is a hugely popular tourist destination. Its ancient stone buildings and winding roads are steeped in history and character, with stunning scenery providing a head-turning backdrop. Many visitors head to Stanage Edge, which is beloved of walkers, climbers and birdwatchers. The historic mills of the industrial revolution provide a rich atmosphere, and history lovers will enjoy exploring the beautiful area that inspired Charlotte Bronte's fictional village of 'Norton'. In addition its natural beauty, there are excellent cafes, bars and restaurants in Hathersage, catering for all tastes and budgets.

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The Plough Inn - Hathersage

The Plough Inn - Hathersage

Hathersage
European££££
4.8/677
1884 Dock Street Kitchen

1884 Dock Street Kitchen

Hull Marina
European££££
5.4/61181
Flavourz World Buffet

Flavourz World Buffet

Bearwood
International££££
5.0/61112
Pushkar

Pushkar

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/6676
Côte Manchester

Côte Manchester

City Centre
French££££
5.6/6597
Côte Brasserie - Birmingham

Côte Brasserie - Birmingham

City Centre
French££££
5.5/6582
George's Dining Room and Bar

George's Dining Room and Bar

Worsley
European££££
5.2/6675
Hooters

Hooters

City Centre
American££££
5.1/6501
Côte Brasserie - West Bridgford

Côte Brasserie - West Bridgford

West Bridgford
French££££
5.3/6516
Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Ropewalks
Spanish££££
5.4/6452
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    Enjoy an afternoon tea in Hathersage's restaurants

    The restaurants in Hathersage offer a range of cuisines from around the world, but many visitors arrive in the village to do walking, sightseeing, climbing or cycling - and they arrive hungry! Why not enjoy a classic afternoon tea at one of the cafes or hotel restaurants in Hathersage? This national institution is served beautifully in the village, with delicate triangle sandwiches served alongside miniature cakes and freshly-baked scones served with jam and butter. Afternoon tea will usually be served with a big pot of tea, a freshly-ground coffee or even a glass of fizz. Either way, it is an unashamedly luxurious and a wonderful treat as you relax and recuperate from the Derbyshire hills.
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    You'll find excellent restaurants in Hathersage

    For a small village, there is a great selection of restaurants in Hathersage to enjoy. Gastropubs are very popular around here and usually welcome walkers and their dogs with large portions sizes, extensive menus, comfortable chairs and even bowls for four-legged friends. Many will double up as B&B accommodations for those staying overnight. Quandoo diners particularly enjoy The Plough Inn at Leadmill. This gastropub is one of Hathersage's restaurants with real history, as it dates back to the 16th century. In and around the village you'll also find eateries serving Indian, Chinese, British, Italian and Thai.
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    Remember to book Hathersage's busy restaurants

    Because the village is small and extremely popular, its restaurants can also get booked up very easily. To avoid disappointment, be sure to reserve your table up to two hours in advance with Quandoo. By doing so, you can relax and enjoy your meal at one of the excellent restaurants in Hathersage without needing to queue or worry about being turned away. Don't forget to leave a review either to share your experiences!