The Little Mill Inn
The Little Mill Inn is an iconic country pub and B&B in the heart of the Peak District countryside, close to Kinder Scout and The Pennine Way, with many walking and cycling/mountain biking routes straight from our door.
The changing of the seasons is the perfect time to enjoy our beautiful, rural setting. Think crisp morning walks, a host of red and golden leaves on the ground and darker evenings to enjoy superb food by our roaring log fire.
5 Great reasons to enjoy a staycation!
1. SUPPORT UK BUSINESS
2. Explore your home turf
The Peak District is well-renowned as one of the most beautiful areas in the UK. The country’s oldest national park covers over 555 square miles and is definitely one part of the UK where you can escape the crowds and maintain social distance. With stunning moorland (Kinder Scout), the famous Pennine way, gorgeous rolling hills, beautiful trout fishing rivers (the Derwent) and some of the best walking and cycling trails in the UK. Seek out our underground caverns (such as Blue John), magnificent national trust estates (Chatsworth), stunning architecture (Buxton Spa town) and some of the best food in the country.
3. No passport required
One major bonus of the staycation is that you can just jump in the car and go. No passports are needed, there’s no queuing at the airport and you know your luggage will also arrive safely, because you don’t have to check anything in.
4. That feeling of home, but away
Staycations give new experiences but with some of the creature comforts of home (knowing the language for one) when you’re staying somewhere new in the UK you can still enjoy that feeling of discovery and adventure that a foreign holiday can bring.
5. Discover more
Amazing sites and places to visit don’t just exist in other countries! Staying in Britain for a holiday allows you to discover real beauty on your doorstep. In fact, the UK is home to 31 World Heritage Sites, almost 50 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and thousands of world-famous tourist attraction
Food provenance: knowing where food was grown, caught, raised and sustainability, knowing how food was produced, knowing how food was transported.
We’re proud of everything that goes into our delicious, homemade dishes. Wherever we can, we look to source our ingredients locally and are proud to support British food and farming. For example our meats are either from local Rowarth farmers or Mac Burnham, a local award winning family butcher. Our team of young and talented chefs are also constantly on the lookout for fresh and tasty seasonal produce to create exciting (ever changing) new dishes for you. Most herbs and a selection of our vegetables are grown in our own organic herb garden.
Our five bright and modern B&B rooms have everything you need for a comfortable, relaxing getaway. All rooms have a wall mounted flat screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities, bed linen, towels and toiletries. Breakfast is included in the price of each room.
In line with government guidelines we have reduced the amount of tables that we are serving food on, which means that if you would like to dine with us we are only taking bookings and for tables of up to six persons, unfortunately cannot accommodate “walk-ins”.
Please call us on 01663747678 to book or check availability.
Thanks for your understanding.