Cycling and walking are popular pastimes in the Peak District probably because it has a wide variety of roads, paths and tracks that appeal to all abilities and types of cyclist, road or off road and satisfy walkers desires for short walks or long challenging walks. The area also caters extremely well for climbers and they are notorious for wanting a cuppa and a piece of cake after a hard day at the crag!

Refreshments.

Most outdoors enthusiasts will carry their own refreshments with them. But a flask of curdled tea and a squashed piece of chocolate cake going soggy in the rain isn't everyone's cup of tea, if you will excuse the pun. Sometimes, only a cafe or tea room will do. So here is a list of some of the places in the Peak District where you can get yourself a decent cuppa, hot chocolate or whatever.

Bassettwood FarmTissington, DerbyshireTea room
Close to Tissington village centre and the Tissington Trail.
Café On The GreenBaslow, DerbyshireCafe
Calke AbbeyTicknall, Derbyshirecafe restaurant gift
Chevin Coffee ShopBelper, DerbyshireCafe
Cinnamon Bear Coffee ShopCastleton , DerbyshireCoffee shop, large gift shop
Refreshments section of a gift shop.
Cromford Mill CaféCromford, DerbyshireCafé
In Arkwright's Cromford Mill complex. Light and airy tea room.
Dollys Tea RoomCastleton, DerbyshireTea room and licenced bistro
High quality only - leaf teas, ground coffees, cream teas & home cooked food.
Eyam Tea RoomsEyam, DerbyshireCafé and tea rooms
Conveniently situated at the centre of Eyam.
Grindleford Station CaféGrindleford, DerbyshireCafé
In the old station building at Padley.
Mainsail Restaurant and Galley CaféCarsington, Nr. Wirksworth,, DerbyshireCafé
Carsington Water visitor centre restaurant and cafe.
Masson Mills Shopping VillageMatlock Bath, Matlock,, Derbyshire.Café Shopping complex with gift shops and food shops
Derwent Restaurant is on the ground floor of the shopping complex overlooking the river.
MorrisonsBelper, DerbyshireCafe supermarket fuel
Outside CaféCalver, DerbyshireCafé
Popular with outdoors types, can be a queue and limited seating when everyone comes back from a walk or climbing.
Rose Cottage CaféCastleton, DerbyshireTea room
Rave reviews ...
Scarthin Books CaféCromford, DerbyshireCafé and bookshop
Café in a traditional family run bookshop that is packed to the gunwales with books from floor to ceiling.
Spencers CaféAshbourne, DerbyshireCafe, bakery
The Corner CafeAmbergate,, DerbyshireCafé
Very flowery in Summer! Popular with cyclists.
The Old SmithyBeeley, DerbyshireCafe, bakery, food shop and catering services.
Wheatcroft's WharfCromford, DerbyshireCafé
In one of the old Wharf buildings at Cromford Wharf.
Wilkinson's Coffee ShopBakewell, Derbyshire

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