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This is a very good place to stop for refreshments in the Peak District National Park. In 2009 it had a good variety of food on the menu at very reasonable prices. There was also several good beers on draught at prices (£2.80 per pint) that were good value for money.
Castle Vintage Inn
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The Castle Hotel at Castleton was last inspected on a Friday evening in February during the schools half term holiday. The menu was varied and the service very good - even if the staff looked somewhat tired after a hectic day. The food (fisherman's pie and five-spiced duck) was of a good standard and the staff were pleasant and friendly. There was a good range of beers and it was well kept. However, the range of real ales on this Friday evening was limited to two ales as the large influx of visitors to Castleton, on this warm and sunny day, have consummed most of the ales.
The pub section of this hotel had a very cosy atmosphere with wood panelling and soft furnishing. If you are looking for a quiet place to eat or drink, this is the place to go.
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