The Anglers Rest is a unique and special place. In 2013 it became the first community pub in Derbyshire when it was purchased collectively by over 300 people. It is now run for the benefit of the community.
The good people of Bamford thought big when saving their pub in 2013: they also took over an adjoining cafe and post office, so you can send a postcard, have a cup of tea and a scone and, when the sun is over the yardarm, into the pub you pop for a pint or two. Flagstones, bare stone walls, wooden beams and settles set the scene for the interior, and in the winter you can sip your beer by the log-burner. There is good robust, home-cooked food and a sense of belonging, and after a day walking in the Peak District, foamy Black Sheep bitter is an ideal contemplative pint.
Serving food Monday to Saturday, 12h00 to 14h30 and 18h00 to 20h30, and on Sunday from 12h00 to 16h00.
Regular changing cask ales.
Dog Friendly, hiker friendly.
We are able to cater for all functions