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The Lantern Pike is a traditional country pub-restaurant with five en-suite rooms. It lies in the village of Little Hayfield on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith.

Rich in history and character, the inn is inside the picturesque Peak District National Park and ideally placed for country strolls, cycling or more challenging hikes up nearby Kinder Scout.

It boasts an award-winning chef with an international reputation and has been recommended in The Good Pub Guide for the past ten years for the quality of its hand-pulled real ales.

Bar and Restaurant

The Bar

Our bar has a warm and intimate atmosphere and serves tasty homemade Pub Food. Real ale is always available. Check us out in either the 2009 – 2018 Good Beer Guides, we are one of only two pubs in the area privileged enough to have an entry.

It is our policy to always have a minimum of two cask conditioned ales available as well as a good selection of lagers, ciders and Guinness, a well balanced Wine Menu, a well stocked spirit shelf complemented with a whole host of fruit drinks, mixers and other non-alcoholic thirst quenchers.

However, if it’s just a nice cuppa you want we also serve traditional English tea, this in addition to some not so traditional teas from around the world.

We can also offer you a cup of freshly ground Kenco Fairtrade coffee served as either an Americano, Au Lait, Macchiato, Cappuccino, Black or Espresso, or a liqueur coffee of your choice.

The Restaurant

The vast majority of our dishes, including our soups, sauces, desserts and potato dishes are homemade using fresh ingredients. We do not buy frozen pre-made products, people tell us they can taste the difference.

Likewise, our fish ~ it comes direct from Grimsby Docks to here. We select and purchase top quality iced fish and leave our chefs to prepare them and enhance with a sauce or two where appropriate.

Our commitment to you the customer, whether you eat fish or meat, savoury or vegetarian, soup or salad, the basics remain the same, it will be made using the freshest of ingredients and prepared in our own kitchens. Over 95% of all foodstuffs are prepared this way.

Accommodation

Accommodation

Of mid-18th Century architectural design, no two rooms are the same and vary in size and character… Nevertheless, all visitors staying at the Lantern Pike Inn will be delighted at the standard of accommodation. We have 5 cosy Double/Twin rooms available. All bedrooms are en-suite, and have a hairdryer, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. For your additional comfort, one of our double rooms is a superior room, it has a dressed four poster bed and additional seating. Please read on to get a flavour of each room……

Classic Twin – Lantern Pike

Our Classic Twin Room is called the Lantern Pike, this room takes it name from the hill at the back of the pub. The Lantern Pike Hill was historically used as a beacon for communication in bygone days, today it’s just a great hill to walk up and take in the breath-taking views. The Lantern Pike room is larger than our Compact Twin Room and is located at the front of the building with the benefit of double glazing thereby minimising traffic noise. Lantern Pike has an en-suite walk in shower. Please note a £25 non-returnable deposit is required per room to secure the reservation. Please call 01663 747590 or click here to check room availability and to book online

Compact Twin – Black Hill

Black Hill is our Compact Twin Room, named after Black Hill located in Torside, at 1900 feet above sea level it is the third highest point in the Peak District. Black Hill is more compact than our Classic Twin Room, however, Black Hill benefits from being located at the back of the building with a great view of the Lantern Pike Hill and surrounding countryside and no traffic noise. Black Hill has an en-suite walk in shower. Please note a £25 non-returnable deposit is required per room to secure the reservation. Please call 01663 747590 or click here to check room availability and to book online

Classic Double – Bleaklow

Our Classic Double Room is Bleaklow, named after Bleaklow hill. With an altitude of 2000 feet it is the second highest point in the Peak District. Bleaklow is larger than our Compact Double Room and is located to the side of the building with great views of the valley. Bleaklow has an en-suite over-bath shower. Please note a £25 non-returnable deposit is required per room to secure the reservation. Please call 01663 747590 or click here to check room availability and to book online

Compact Double – Mam Tor

Mam Tor is our Compact Double Room, named after the famous the Shivering Mountain in Edale. At more than 1700 feet above sea level the views from the summit are incredible. Mam Tor is more compact than our Classic Double Room, really cosy in the winter months, it is located at the front of the building with the benefit of double glazing thereby minimising traffic noise. Mam Tor has an en-suite over-bath shower. Please note a £25 non-returnable deposit is required per room to secure the reservation. Please call 01663 747590 or click here to check room availability and to book online

Superior Double – Kinder Scout

Our Superior Double is Kinder Scout, named after the highest point in the Peak District. At almost 2100 feet above sea level it is the daddy of the hills in the Peak District. This room is the largest room in the house and has the benefit of a dressed four poster bed and additional seating. It has an en-suite shower-over-bath set in the largest bathroom in the house.

Our romantic weekends package for Kinder Scout has proved very popular where we have a choice of flowers, champagne and chocolates in the room on your arrival. Please note a £25 non-returnable deposit is required per room to secure the reservation. Please call 01663 747590 or click here to check room availability and to book online

Breakfast

We like our guests to start the day with a hearty breakfast and you can enjoy a Full English (egg, bacon, sausage, beans, tomato, mushrooms) complemented with cereals, toast, various jams and marmalades. Also available is smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, omelettes and of course a great favourite with walkers – A Continental breakfast ~ including pastries, yoghurt and fresh fruit.

Tea and fresh ground fairtrade Kenco coffee are also included.

News

Jazz Evening at the Pike

Renowned local musician Ed “Toots” Kainyek will be bringing special guests for another great evening of Jazz at the Pike.  His recent performances have filled the Pike with great music and great people.  This event should be even bigger! Friday 23rd February 2018 21:00  

Opening Times

Monday Closed Bar 17:00 – 20:00
Tuesday Bar 12:00 – 15:00
Lunch 12:00 – 15:00
Bar 17:00 – 23:00
Dinner 17:00 – 20:00
Wednesday Bar 12:00 – 15:00
Lunch 12:00 – 15:00
Bar 17:00 – 23:00
Dinner 17:00 – 20:30
Thursday Bar 12:00 – 15:00
Lunch 12:00 – 15:00
Bar 17:00 – 23:00
Dinner 17:00 – 20:30
Friday Bar 12:00 – 15:00
Lunch 12:00 – 15:00
Bar 17:00 – 23:00
Dinner 17:00 – 20:30
Saturday Bar 12:00 – 23:00
Lunch/Dinner 12:00 – 20:30
Sunday Bar 12:00 – 23:00
Lunch/Dinner 12:00 – 19:00
Bank Holiday Mondays Bar 12:00 – 23:00
Lunch/Dinner 12:00 – 19:00
Special diets: Vegetarian meals available
Children’s Menu: Available during every sitting