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Innkeeper's Lodge Hathersage, Peak District
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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Called in for meal at about 5pm on Saturday. We had to ask at the bar for seating and menus, at seperate times as no-one was coming to serve us despite the waiter attending the table next to us. On going to find the waiter we said that we were ready to order, he advised "it wasnt his table" so he would "get someone" 20 minutes later we were still waiting. We decided to go down the road to the Millhouse - that was very nice. Will not be going to the Fox House again!

Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

Turned up after visiting the Chatsworth show. Waited several minutes before being told that we would have to wait 30 minutes for a table. Waiter suggested that we could eat outside or in the bar area. We chose the bar area which do have comfier seats. We weren't given menus - had to find them ourselves. Starters overpriced, mains better value. All tables were dirty and no cutlery or napkins were provided. When asked, cutlery was just dumped on table. Starters took half an hour to come, still no napkins. Food was nice but nothing special. Toilets were VERY dirty, the worst I've ever seen. Toilet roll all over the floor, loose toilet seats, no toilet roll in the holder, no soap. Also the stairs down there were soaking wet, clearly a leak. A sign would have been nice. Someone with heels could have slipped.

Main came 1 hour and 20 after we'd ordered. Someone apologised 10 minutes before it arrived and finally cleared our starter plates away. Sauce tray was fitlhy and not restocked. Sauce all over spoons and who knows what else. Food itself was very average. I had a chicken, leek and ham pie, with a handful of chips. Nothing special. Could have orded the same in wetherspoons for a fraction of the price. More drinks were ordered at bar after waiting to be served for a good 15 minutes and bar man got it wrong and under charged. Seemed to be a severe lack of glasses for drinks. When we left outside there were so many glasses and dirty plates waiting to be taken in.

Won't be returning. Been many times before, and its completely slipped downhill. Never stayed there, but don't think i'd be desperate to. Seems to be a constant stream of staff vacancies. Not surprising when they are severely understaffed and waiters/waitresses are rushed off their feet. Very unwelcoming and need a brush up on customer service techniques. Only good thing about the place is its location.

  • Stayed: September 2012
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1  Thank Emily236
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

We stayed here when going to a wedding at the Maynard. Perfect location for this, very local but make sure you book a taxi in advance.

They are trying to create the 'eclectic quirky' feel to the place which on the surface looks good but not the best quality.

A large bedroom with all the basic amenities. It felt similar standard to a travelodge/premier inn. Nothing special. Views of a beer garden or bins.

The bathroom wasn't great (smelt funny....smelt of sick) but acceptable.

There is a very small TV with dodgy signal. Free wifi once you get through the difficult subscription.

We ate in the pub at night. A large, complicated menu and food wasn't great. It's the sort of place that should stick to pub grub and not mess around with seafood and risotto (I had the risotto which was dry and stodgy....as if it had been left to keep warm whilst the other food was made)! It was busy whilst we were there and the service was very slow and sloppy. This is a shame as it would be such a great location.

Breakfast was self service continental. It was OK, again basic but fine for one morning.

This place is OK for a one night stay but doesn't have a 'vintage inn' feel.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank bagh
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

Stayed here for 1 night on a saturday for £69 bed and continental breakfast for 2 (family room) could have slept upto 4. Is located 8 miles from sheffield centre and on the edge of the longshaw estate near padley gorge. Lovely views and very quaint traditional pub. The pub has an open fires and excellent food choice with some really good value deals 2 courses for under a 10er!the staff were all very friendly and accomodatong throughout our stay. There is a large free car park. We stayed in room 4 which was small had double bed (poor quality matress) and sofa bed to accomodate a further 2 guests. Small en suite bathroom which with no windows suffered from mould, towels provided very thin and obviously were white once also a crack in sink. Generally room was clean but could do with a refresh of paint.roms have digital tv and tea n coffee making facilities. The rooms still have original windows which is nice but the rooms have no other original features which is a shame. We were on the ground floor and could hear the people above walking around (would ask for top floor room). You are issued with a key for your room and security fob which gets you through the initial doors so we felt very safe. Breakfast is self service continenrtal from 8-10am in the pub. Consists of fresh juices, hot drinks, fresh fruit, pastries, cereals,toasts, cheeses, no complaints at all with breakfast.all in all not awful but not our thing so we wouldn't stay again but will definately return to the pub.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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1  Thank kel8dave
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Reviewed August 16, 2012

My wife and have just returned from a one night stay for £39 including continental breakfast. Positioned in a stunning part of the Peak District, in the morning we walked along easy paths with breathtaking views from the Longshaw Estate. The staff were friendly and helpful, the food is typical pub chain (better then many though) and the huge room was clean and presentable. On the downside they obviously have trouble recruiting staff (presumably they travel from Sheffield or Hathersage) as shown by the board outside with several vacancies and this may be the reason some light bulbs needed replacing in our room and the fan wasn't working. By my reckoning a family with three children could have stayed for £39 a night. That's fantastic value!

Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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