Located in the Village of Edale in Derbyshire, at the start of the Pennine Way, The Old Nag’s Head dates back to 1577 and is surrounded by some of the finest walking country in the land.
The menu offers a delicious selection of home cooked, British pub favourites. As each dish is prepared in house, diners are assured of only the finest quality and flavours.
Serving a wide variety of lagers, ciders, bottles and draught, the pub even has its very own ale, ‘The Nags 1577′. This alone draws visitors from far and wide and nobody leaves disappointed.
With superb views of surrounding countryside and authentic and ever-welcoming log fires, the pub is child, pet and muddy-boot friendly.
Overlooked to the North by Kinder Scout, made famous by the Mass Trespass of 1932, and situated in one of the World’s most visited national parks, the Peak District, The Old Nags Head is listed as one of the 100 greatest pubs in England.
If a warm welcome and delicious food are what you’re looking for after a day of rambling and hiking, then be sure to stop in at The Old Nags Head.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays.