Flying Childers InnMain Street
Stanton in Peak
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Four cottages knocked into one during the 18th century, to create this unspoiled village pub named after a famous racehorse owned by the Duke of Devonshire. Set in the heart of this pretty village and near the historic Stanton Moor and Nine Ladies stone circle, and is popular with tourists, walkers and locals alike. Both rooms are welcoming with real fires, outside there is a pleasant beer garden. Good, homemade soups and snacks are available at lunchtime. The guest ales change regularly and are often from breweries in and around the area. Dogs are very welcome