The Barrel Inn Bretton
An introduction to The Barrel Inn Bretton
Laying claim to being the highest pub in Derbyshire, the Barrel Inn is surrounded by breathtaking scenery in the Peak District National Park. Dating back to 1597, The Barrel is a traditional country inn with a unique character. The cosy and peaceful oak-beamed bar, its old-fashioned charm still very much intact, has flagstones, studded doors in low doorways, lots of pictures and antiques. There are seats out on the front terrace and a new covered courtyard garden at the rear gives good shelter from the breeze.
The Barrel Inn, dating back to 1597, wears its old-fashioned charm on its sleeve, with flagstones, studded doors in low doorways and open log fires.
The Barrel claims to be the highest pub in Derbyshire, and is surrounded by stunning scenery in the Peak District National Park - on a clear day it is possible to see five counties.
Serving fine real ales alongside the finest local, fresh produce, the Barrel also provides a quartet of luxury en-suite rooms, each furnished to a high standard and ensuring a comfortable stay.