With views of the castle which you can walk to, the pub changs which meats it serves on a Sunday, but has included braised beef, roast chicken, roast loin of pork and nut roast.
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The Peak District is blessed with many excellent pubs that serve traditional roast dinners in locations perfect for a weekend stroll.
The pub on the banks of the Ladybower Reservoir which is great for a walk, serves roast beef, pork, turkey and a veggie option.
With views of Thorpe Cloud and walking distance to Dovedale Stepping Stones, the two AA Rosettes restaurant serves Sunday lunches.
Serving roast beef and chicken on Sundays the pub is close to one on the entrances to the Chatsworth Estate, where there are many walks around the parkland.
Close to Kinder Scout, the inn serves traditional roast topside of beef or roast pork with roast potatoes, mash potatoes, homemade yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables and gravy.
Close to the Cromford Canal which is a flat walk, the restaurant serves on Sunday a range of roasts including sirloin of beef and roasted belly pork.
Near Stanage Edge the Inn serves roast rib of beef or leg of lamb with a yorkshire pudding, roast and mashed potato, and seasonal vegetables and gravy.
Close to Froggatt Edge the inn serves freshly roasted loin of pork or sirloin of beef served with homemade Yorkshire pudding, duck fat roasties and seasonal vegetables.
Serving beef, lamb, chicken and pork. You can walk down the River Wye.