Cyclist friendly places to eat in the Peak District

10 of the best cyclist friendly places to eat in and around the Peak District

The Peak District has long been a firm favourite destination for cyclists.

But all that pedalling is hard work and you'll need somewhere to rest and refuel. Evans Cycles, which is running a RIDE IT event in the area this weekend, has compiled this list of ten of the best cyclist friendly places to eat in the Peak District. Is your favourite on the list?

Happy to accomodate bikes There are bike racks outside the cafe and we have locks available on-request. Most of the items on our menu are quickly prepared.

1. Cafe Adventure, Hope

Happy to accomodate bikes There are bike racks outside the cafe and we have locks available on-request. Most of the items on our menu are quickly prepared.
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Take in the stunning scenery... Theres a good-sized patio out front to park your bikes; we have plenty of room and varied menu.

2. The Beehive Inn, Combs

Take in the stunning scenery... Theres a good-sized patio out front to park your bikes; we have plenty of room and varied menu.
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Cyclists favourite We welcome many cyclists each day for toasties, soup and sandwiches all made from locally sourced ingredients.

3. Farm Made Tearooms, Rainow

Cyclists favourite We welcome many cyclists each day for toasties, soup and sandwiches all made from locally sourced ingredients.
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Perfect for a quick bite You can prop your bikes on the cones while you take a break at one of our tables & chairs. Were very cyclist friendly with a good choice of warm drinks, snacks & sandwiches.

4. Ladybower lay-by cafe - Ladybower Reservoir

Perfect for a quick bite You can prop your bikes on the cones while you take a break at one of our tables & chairs. Were very cyclist friendly with a good choice of warm drinks, snacks & sandwiches.
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