Dovestone Park lies in an area which boasts a wealth of amazing dining experiences and we've listed below just a few of the villages and quality eating establishments on your doorstep.
There are a number of good local pubs serving restaurant food and bar meals within the village. The Clarence Public House is the closest, located within walking distance of Dovestone Park and it serves good value local pub fayre and beers.
Less than 3 miles from Dovestone Park, you'll find the charming, lively village of Uppermill, with a wealth of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets. From Indian to tapas, fine dining to pub grub The village becomes very popular at weekends and it's highly recommended you book any restaurant well in advance to avoid disappointment.
There are too many great country pubs to mention, but we recommend you check out Denshaw, Diggle and Dobcross – see our links below
The Picturesque village which was home to the filming of the classic T.V comedy show “Last of the Summer Wine” boasts a host of cafés, bistros and restaurants that partly focus on the heritage of the TV show, including Sid’s Café.
There are many very good country pubs and tea rooms spread around the Peak District and you can sometimes encounter these in the most unexpected, remote locations, especially on the Pennine Way and other walking routes. Even more reason to head out and explore.
Greenfield station is only 1 mile from Dovestone Park and has regular trains running into central Manchester Victoria Station, with a journey time of less than 30 minutes. This gives access to the widest choice of dining options that you would expect from such a major city.