Ratings based on 55 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from South Africa
A nice place to stay in YoulgreavePosted Jul 22, 2015
Pros: The Facilities were excellent.
Location: The village is very interesting but as a Base for the Bakewell area it is a bit distant.
Facilities were excellent, with good position for exploring Youlgreave, although a bit distant from Bakewell.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from En-boated
Enchanting Inn with wonderously eccentric landladyPosted Jun 23, 2015
Pros: Its charming non-conformity in an otherwise join-the-dots world of regular vanilla experiences.
Cons: My room was called the cowshed. I was disappointed that there were no cows in it.
Location: Pagan well dressing ritual, beauty contest for clergymen, 5 magnificent brass bands, rock concert and classic bikerace. Not bad for a tiny hamlet.
A quirky Peak District Inn, wonderfully managed by engagingly eccentric flame haired bombshell, Sue. The landlady and her small but equally enigmatic team bring chaos where there is order, laughter where there is silence and a steely determination to get breakfast and dinner delivered to time despite the small inconvenience of having customers. If you are a creature of habit who has a place for everything and everything in its place; if you enjoy a routine lifestyle and don't stray too far out of your comfort zone then this is, perhaps not the 'Hoilday Travelstop Inn' for you! If, however, you by nature, seek out the idiosyncratic and amusing and if you are likely to be enchanted and pleasantly bemused by a landlady who has the personality of an exploding party popper and a wonderfully unpredictable attention span then book now - you will be sumptuously rewarded and entertained. The clientele are a mostly welcoming genial locals with a few tourists thrown into the mix, the surrounding landscape is breathtakingly and sometimes jaw-droppingly appealing. A uniquely British experience that you will not find in the guide books. Stay here for a weekend and you will talk about it for a lifetime. A joyous assault on the senses hewn as much from British eccentricity is it is from the surrounding rugged landscape.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from York
Comfortable and friendly pub in lovely locationPosted Jun 7, 2015
Pros: Comfortable, friendly, good dinner at very reasonable cost
Cons: Map on website!
Location: Lovely walks along the river. Note the Farmyard Inn is in Youlgreave and NOT Over Haddon as indicated by the map
Comfortable room, friendly staff, lovely pub and provided a very good dinner at very reasonable cost.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Brisbane QLD AUS
Off the beaten trackPosted Jun 1, 2015
Wonderful, made to feel welcome. A nice experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Leicester
central StayPosted May 29, 2015
Pros: staff/ food/ comfort/location.
Location: all of Derbyshire Dales in easy reach
Used as base for local visits. Food/staff/comfort all well within acceptable ranges.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Buckinghamshire, UK
Beautiful Inn in a picturesque village.Posted May 28, 2015
All staff were friendly and accommodating. Food excellent. The owner was always cheerful, bubbly and extremely helpful. We could not fault our short stay at the Farmyard Inn.
for Couplesby Stephen from Derby
romantic breakPosted Apr 28, 2015 on Hotels
A short overnight stop to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We did not eat at the Farmyard as we already had a reservation elsewhere however the breakfast was lovely and piping hot. Would definitely stay again
for Familiesby Tibor from Bratislava
Very welcomingPosted Feb 1, 2015 on Hotels
Excellent stay has been had. In a lovely village location. Good food & drink in the pub itself.
for Familiesby claire from Birmingham
Just lovelyPosted Dec 22, 2014 on Hotels
Lovely warm welcome for us and our 2 year old - fantastic breakfast and dinner in the pub
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London, UK
Wonderful place to break our journey!Posted Dec 13, 2014
Pros: Everything! The room was lovely, comfortable and warm, the staff, the food and the beer were all terrific.
Cons: Window in the room didn't open.
Location: Only passing through so can't really comment on this!
Brief stop en-route to much further north. Booked in advance, just for B&B... when we arrived, late, tired and cold after driving for 5 hours, they'd reserved us a table by the fire. Brilliant!