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Warm up with a cuppa in the Great Kitchen Restaurant at Kedleston Hall | © National Trust Images/Annapurna Mellor

Places to eat in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Feeling peckish? You can tuck in to delicious meals and snacks at cafés and tea-rooms across the Peak District and Derbyshire. Or when the weather's good, seek a picnic spot with a view.

Cafés and tea-rooms in the Peak District and Derbyshire

A member of staff smiles as she pours steamed milk for a customer at the Courtyard Café at Nostell Priory
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Eating and shopping at Hardwick 

Enjoy tasty food and drink in the Great Barn restaurant or browse in the gift shop. Both are located within a historic setting at Hardwick.

Hand-picked flowers on a table in the restaurant at Calke Abbey, with two visitors enjoying refreshments in the background
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Eating and shopping at Calke Abbey 

There are plenty of places to refresh and refuel at Calke Abbey, where you'll find a café, shop, second-hand bookshop and seasonal pop-up facilities throughout the year.

Looking down on people eating in the Great Kitchen Restaurant at Kedleston Hall
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Eating and shopping at Kedleston Hall 

Open daily, the Great Kitchen restaurant serves up hot and cold lunches and snacks, an ideal pitstop before or after your walk or buy a souvenir of your visit in the gift shop.

An exterior view of the Manifold Tea Room at Ilam Park showing the sign and steps up to the building with views of the hills of the White Peak in the background.
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Eating and shopping at Ilam Park 

Take a break at Ilam Park and enjoy lunch or a cream tea with stunning views of Thorpe Cloud and the Italian Gardens.

Visitors sitting at picnic benches outside the café at Longshaw, with a view of the moors in the background
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Eating and shopping at Longshaw 

Enjoy a brew with a view at the Longshaw Café where you’ll find a range of sandwiches, snacks and drinks, or pop to the second-hand bookshop to discover your next read.

Visitors enjoying a summer picnic at Morden Hall Park, London
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Eating and shopping at The Children's Country House 

Grab a bite to eat at the Fairy Tale Café or picnic in the grounds or Boathouse. The jungle-inspired fundraising shop is a treasure trove of gifts and goodies for children and adults alike.

Visitors having lunch at Cragside, Northumberland
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Eating, drinking and shopping at Lyme 

Feeling peckish during your visit to Lyme? There's a choice of eateries, each serving a wide range of snacks and drinks. After you've refuelled, head to the shops to browse for a special gift or souvenir.

A blue and purple sky reflected in a large expanse of water with a small silhouetted jetty jutting into the water on the bottom left and a silhouetted twiggy tree branch in the top left. In the distance are snow-capped hills, bathing in morning sunlight.

Discover more in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Historic houses, arts and crafts cottages and the spectacular Peak District make up this varied part of the Midlands.