Welcome to the Lantern Pike Inn and B&B
The Lantern Pike Inn is Pub, Restaurant and B&B situated in Little Hayfield, on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, and has been an Inn since 1851. The pub itself dates from the building of the turnpike from Old Glossop to Buxton in 1792.
Steeped in history and rich in character the pub is within the bounds of the Peak District National Park, and whilst having all modern amenities retains its old world charm and provides the perfect base for you to discover The Peak District, Hayfield and surrounding attractions.
Today, the resident owners Stella and Tom Cunliffe extend a warm and friendly welcome to all who frequent their country hostelry, with a roaring fire, good food complemented with a well-balanced Wine Menu, well-kept real ales and comfortable bedrooms. We are also very proud to be Little Hayfield's/Hayfield's ONLY main entry in the Good Pub Guide for the years 2009 – 2014.
You may be interested to learn that it was at the Lantern Pike that the very earliest Coronation Street episodes were written by its originator Tony Warren.
We have also been voted in the top 15 British Beer Gardens by MSN Travel UK - click here
We are also very proud of our mystery shopper reviewer by The Daily Telegraphs Pub Reviewer Arthur Taylor, click here for his review as published in the Telegraph.
We are an ideal centre for Peak Park activities, such as country walks, (Kinder Scout Reserve recently declared a National Nature Reserve, mountain biking etc. We are in easy reach of Chatsworth House, The Chestnut Centre, Lyme Park, the village of Eyam (plague village), Alton Towers (approx. 90 minutes) and many more interesting places. Want to know more? Links and Walks.