The Good Pub Guide 'brings you the best in British hospitality'.
A spokesman said: “Whether you’re seeking a countryside haven or a bustling city inn, a family friendly eatery or great craft beer, The Good Pub Guide will never steer you wrong.”
Here are 10 Derbyshire pubs the guide recommends, or says are ‘worth a visit’.
The Flying Childers, Main Road, Stanton-in-the-Peak, is recommended as a 'traditional pub, ideal for exploring the many pleasures of the Peak District, evolved from several stone cottages'. The White Horse, Badger Lane, Woolley Moor, is recommended as a 'neat and uncluttered', 'lovely inn'. The Good Pub Guide says the Arkwright Arms, Chesterfield Road, Duckmanton, is 'worth a visit'. It is described as a 'friendly and relaxed mock-Tudor pub'. Describing The Derby Tup, Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, as worth a visit, The Good Pub Guide says it is 'popular Castle Rock local with their ales along with several guests'. The Devonshire Arms, Westfield Lane, Middle Handley, 'is a stylish modern pub serving high-quality locally sourced food', according to The Good Pub Guide, which says it is worth a visit. The picturesque The Elm Tree Inn, in Elmton, is described as a 'popular, competently-run, country pub, with landlord-chef's good, fairly traditional food'. The Fox & Goose, Pudding Pie Hill, Wigley, is worth a visit for the 'fine panoramic views from this restored 14th Century pub'. The Hardwick Inn, Hardwick Park, Doe Lea, is worth a visit as a 'popular, golden-stone pub, dating from the 15th Century, at the south park gate of Hardwick Hall'. The Old Poets Corner, Hockley Lane, Ashover, is described as a 'friendly, unpretentious local in a character village' - and definitely worth a visit. The Rose & Crown, Old Road, Brampton, Chesterfield, is recommended as worth a visit by The Good Pub Guide and described as a 'popular Brampton Brewery pub with their full range and changing guests'.