The Yorkshire Bridge Inn has a wide menu, complemented by a selection of daily specials, and the emphasis is always on the finest quality and great value. The meat, fish and poultry are all sourced locally wherever possible. There’s also a great choice of local and national ales, as well as an imaginative and well-priced wine list.
Food in the bar and restaurant is served every day from 12.00 – 20.00.
The beautiful beer garden and new patio area are the perfect spots to unwind and drink or dine al fresco, soaking up a spot of Peak District sun!
The Yorkshire Bridge Inn is dog-friendly too, so your four-legged friend can enjoy the beautiful scenery as well.
To truly make the most of this stunning location, why not treat yourself to a Peak District break? The Yorkshire Bridge Inn offers high quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation, with 14 comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Many customers come back year after year, for the warm welcome, great facilities and fabulous setting.
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A spectacular Peak District location
Ladybower Reservoir is the largest of three dams in the Upper Derwent Valley, famed for being the location of the Dambuster training runs.
The Upper Derwent Valley is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with fabulous walks and cycle trails straight from the door of the Yorkshire Bridge Inn. Cycles can be hired locally and stored in our covered storage area. Fly fishing is also available on Ladybower Reservoir, and there are golf and horse-riding facilities nearby too. The iconic Stanage Edge, a mecca for rock-climbing enthusiasts, is only a short drive away.
This lovely circular walk takes in some fabulous views around the pretty village of Bamford. It starts and ends at the train station in Bamford (S33 0AH, SK 20747), and is also very close to bus stops on Routes 2C, 100, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275 and 276, so it’s easily accessible by public transport.
The route heads past Bamford Mill and then follows the beautiful Thornhill Trail to the dam across Ladybower Reservoir. From there the route heads through pretty countryside and along quiet village lanes back to the start point.
This is a circular walk of just over 4 miles. For the most part it uses country lanes and clearly-marked trails, although there are some grassy footpaths. There is a stepping stone crossing by Bamford Mill, and be aware that there are some squeeze stiles and a couple of tall stiles that might be difficult for those with reduced mobility. The walk goes right past the lovely Yorkshire Bridge Inn, which serves great pub food and real ales. Allow 2-3 hours to complete this walk at a moderate pace, allowing for rest stops to take in the views.