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Traditional Pub & Fabulous Campsite

The Duke of York is a traditional pub with a fabulous adult only campsite in Pomeroy, between Buxton and Bakewell, open all year round. Surrounded by glorious Peak District countryside, there are stunning views from both its beer garden and camping pitches! Its central location to so many pretty villages and wonderful walking routes makes The Duke of York the perfect place to stop off for a refreshing drink or bite to eat, where you can enjoy delicious meals, all of which are freshly home-cooked to order.

The Duke of York

The Duke of York has a wonderfully cosy atmosphere, with a dog-friendly lounge and a more formal dining area, both of which have roaring fires on cooler days. The spacious dining area has seating for 50-70 people so it’s ideal for group bookings too, such as walking and cycling groups, or for those celebrating a special occasion.  

Outside there is a huge beer garden with lots of seating and gorgeous views over the surrounding countryside.

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Choose from an extensive drinks menu, including a great selection of real ales, beers, wines, gins, spirits and fabulous cocktails. Whether you’re popping in for a drink or camping on site, you’re guaranteed to receive the warmest of welcomes.

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Delicious Home-cooked Meals

The menu at The Duke of York is exactly as you’d hope for in a traditional pub – delicious pub classics, all freshly made to order, where even the coleslaw and tartar sauce is home-made, not forgetting the twice cooked chips! Try favourites such as gammon, steak and ale pie, banger of the week, vegetable curry or a vegan burger. The Sunday carvery is not to be missed, nor are the daily specials. Obviously, all to be polished off with a scrumptious home-made dessert!

As well as hearty meals, there are also lighter bites such as jacket potatoes and freshly made sandwiches and wraps. There’s a great children’s menu too, including local Pomeroy ice cream. Many of the items on the menu are suitable for a gluten-free diet, so be sure to ask if you have any dietary requirements.

Why not call in for a delicious breakfast to start your day?

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Campers receive 10% discount during their stay!

Their menus can be viewed here, but remember to check out the daily specials too.

Check out the current opening hours here. 


The Duke of York Adults Only Campsite

The campsite at the Duke of York is open all year round, is dog friendly and has the most amazing views from all pitches! Watch the sunrise with a coffee, then return after a day exploring, having enjoyed a meal and a pint at the pub, to watch the sunset. Camping at its finest with everything on your doorstep!

There are 30 hardstanding pitches for caravans and motorhomes, each with electric hook up, shared water between two pitches, and a central chemical disposal point. There is also a tent camping field, which is opening Easter to September, with 4 Electric (EHU) pitches and 8 non-electric.

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All campers get use of The Duke of York’s immaculate, modern toilet and shower block, which has underfloor heating and piping hot water.  Here you will also find a handy pot-washing area.

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Gorgeous Location

Situated in Pomeroy, just 5 miles from the spa town of Buxton and 7 miles from the bustling market town of Bakewell, The Duke of York is in a superb rural spot to enjoy many picturesque walking routes. Central to many pretty villages, The Duke of York is just 2-3 miles from Chelmorton, Flagg, Hurdlow, Earl Sterndale, Monyash and Crowdecote, to name just a few!

In turn, each of these nearby villages bring with them countless walking routes.  Earl Sterndale and Crowdecote are close to the popular routes around Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill (aka The Dragon’s Back), and Dovedale with its famous steppingstones. Nearby Monyash is a picturesque village with a duckpond, from where you can begin a scenic four mile riverside route through Lathkill Dale.

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Buxton is a fabulous spa town and a great place to visit to admire the magnificent architecture, arts attractions and many independent shops. For those who enjoy browsing the markets and shops, Bakewell is a lovely place to visit, or to just sit with a picnic at the side of the river, watching the world go by.  

For those who prefer to walk or cycle, the High Peak Trail, leading to the Tissington Trail, is accessible just yards from The Duke of York’s front door and is close to the Midshires Way, Pennine Bridleway and Limestone Way too!

So, whether you are looking for a central base to camp, or a place to stop off for a home-cooked meal whilst out walking or cycling, The Duke of York in Pomeroy is an ideal choice for everyone!


Contact The Duke of York

To find out more, or to book a table or pitch, please contact the helpful team at The Duke of York.

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