Peak District Cafes for walkers and cyclists

As all cyclists and walkers know – one of the reasons for all that exercise is to justify the café/tea shop/pub stop part-way around a route – or at the end. Or if it’s a really tough route, it may even be possible to justify both!

I’ve tried to compile a list of known good refreshment stops in the Peak District and nearby surrounds – good for cyclists and/or walkers – listed by alphabetical order of town or village they’re in (or occasionally nearest to). Where I have found a link that’s provided to their website – otherwise a tel number where a website doesn’t seem to exist.


NB Map under construction – please bear with us while we make and adjust it!

Anglers Rest (Rest Cafe)
Bank View Cafe
Cafe Adventure
Cafe in the Park
Colemans Deli
Coopers Cafe
Crumbals on the Corner
(17 Peel Street, Marsden, United Kingdom)
Cycle Penistone CIC cafe
(Old Station Yard, Off St Marys Street, Penistone, Sheffield, S36 6DT)
Dairy Parlour
Dukes Coffee Bar
(19-21 High St E, Glossop SK13 8PN)
Edensor Tea Cottage
Grindleford Station Cafe
H&Ds Exotic Teas
Hartington Farm Shop Cafe
Hassop Station Cafe
Herbert's Tearooms
High Nelly's
Longnor Craft Centre
(53.18144763855274, -1.8687002063234104)
Mayfield Alpaca's Cafe
Millies Tea Rooms
Molly Moos
No Car Cafe
Nona's Coffee Shop
(22 2PF, Works Rd, Hollingwood, Chesterfield S43)
NT Longshaw cafe
NT Manifold Cafe
NT Penny Pot cafe
Old School Tearooms
(Village Hall Wetton, Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom)
Old Smithy
Outside (Longlands) cafe
Peak View Tea Rooms
Pool Cafe
Ramblers Rest Cafe
Roaches Tea Rooms
Rosie's Tea and Coffee Rooms
Sid's Cafe
Stables Cafe
(Buxton Road, Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ashbourne DE6 1QU)
The Cakery
(58 Market Street, New Mills, High Peak SK22 4AA, United Kingdom)
The Family Tree
The Fountain
The Grasshopper
The Loaf
The Old Smithy
The Pudding Room
The Tea Junction
(Hulme End, United Kingdom)
Three Roofs Cafe
Twig Coffee house
(128 Station Road, Hadfield, United Kingdom)
Village Green Cafe
Wetton Mill Tea Rooms
Yondermann Cafe

Map icons from Maps Icons Collection

Anglers Rest (Rest Cafe) (Bamford)
The Fountain (Bonsall)
The Old Smithy
(Beeley near Chatsworth)

Pudding Room (Carsington)
Ramblers Rest (Castleton)
Three Roofs (Castleton)
The Loaf (Crich)
Coopers café (Edale)
NT Penny Pot (Edale)
Edensor Tea Cottage (Edensor village – in Chatsworth grounds)
Village Green (Eyam)

Grindleford station café (Grindleford) 01433 631011
Hartington Farm Shop café (Hartington) 07710 132201  
Hassop Station (Hassop)
Cintras (Hathersage)
Colemans Deli (Hathersage)
Longlands/Outside Cafe (Hathersage)
Pool Cafe (Hathersage)
Millies (Hayfield)
Rosies (Hayfield)
Sids café (Holmfirth)
Cafe Adventure (Hope)
Grasshopper Cafe (where the Woodbine once was – Hope)
The Tea Junction (Manifold Track, Hulme End)
NT Manifold (Ilam)
Bank View café (aka The Spotty café) (Langsett)
Cobbles (Longnor)
Longnor Craft Centre (Longnor)
NT Longshaw (Longshaw)
Peak View Tea Rooms (Cat & Fiddle Road, Macclesfield side)
Cafe in the Park (Matlock)
Molly Moos (Middleton by Youlgreave)
Old Smithy (Monyash)
Mayfield Alpacas café (Ringinglow)
No car café (Rushup Hall)
High Nelly’s (Tideswell)
HnD’s Exotic Teas(Tideswell)
Dairy Parlour (Tideswell) 01298 873100
Herbert’s Tea Rooms (Tissington)
Roaches Tea Rooms (Upper Hulme)
Yonderman Cafe (Wardlow Mires)
Old School tea rooms (Wetton)
Wetton Mill tea rooms (Wetton)
Family Tree (Whatstandwell)

And a very wide choice in Ashbourne, Bakewell, Buxton and Castleton

Bakeries/village shops:
Coopers (Tideswell)
Village shop (Hartington)

More to come here!


Coming soon – will have their own dedicated page

The Tour de Peak District has its own dedicated page for refreshment options – as will individual routes from my Cycling in the Peak District Guidebook