Well its not a restaurant exactly, but the Post office, so besides buying stamps, or even groceries as it is a grocers as well, this little shop is also a cafe. There is also a little seating area outside.
A nice old country pub which in 1724 was originally 3 cottages. Converted to a pub in 1747. It was originally a coaching inn as I suppose a lot of rural pubs in those days were. The pubs history boasts Dickens as a visitor and also a place that Edward VII is supposedly to have met up with his mistress Alice Keppel.
A nice friendly landlord who incidentally because I couldnt decide which white wine I wanted gave me a few to sample :-), my kind of pub :-)
The pub is actually situated in a village called Beeley which is only a mile or two past Chatsworth.
Favorite Dish: I had Vegetable Lasagne with salad and garlic bread and Wayne had Sirlion Steak with mushrooms, onions, roasted tomatoes and chips.
It was a nice meal but a bit expensive I thought.