Dating back to the 15th century and built of locally quarried sandstone, Hardwick Inn is pleasantly situated on the south gate of Hardwick Park, leading from the National Trust's Hardwick Hall.
When you step over the threshold, there is a feeling of stepping back in time. The traditional, historic feel has been retained while also providing a comfortable, friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy some fine food and drink. In Winter, the whole area is kept snug and cosy with open, coal fires.
The Inn has been in the family for three generations. The present landlords Peter and Pauline Batty, pride themselves on providing efficient & friendly service to their customers old and new. People come from miles around to sample the food with a wide-ranging menu of home-cooked dishes catering to all tastes and appetites.
The Hardwick Inn is a special place, as it is steeped in history and tradition. Children are welcome, and there's nowhere better for a family meal or quiet relaxing drink!
- Car Parking
- Outside Seating
- High Chairs
- Kids Menu
- Real Ale