Bulls Head Inn, Castleton
Castleton might only be a smallish village, but for its size, it has a lot of pubs. The steady stream of walkers, climbers and ramblers provides a ready clientele for all these pubs, so you might suppose they don't have to try too hard to serve their needs. But there's a tradition of hospitality in these parts - you'll find the people here are proud of their pubs and the the Bull's Head Inn is a typical example. A large, solid, stone-built building, the Bull's Head offer a equally solid, dependable pub experience. The fare on offer is good - well-kept Robinson's ales on the hand pumps, a reasonable wine list and plenty of hearty well-priced food. The service is friendly, there's plenty of space in the pub, a handy car park, if you're just passing through, and a real fire to bring the feeling back to your limbs after a bracing walk on the moors. If you feel inclined to linger in the town, there's accommodation so you can rest your weary head. If you're in the area and feel the need for rest and refreshment you'll find the Bull's Head a solid reliable option.
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Cross Street, Castleton, Derbyshire, S33 8WH
01433 620 256
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