Castle Inn (Castleton) Reviews
Description:Address: Castle Street / Castleton / Hope Valley / Nr Derbyshire / S33 8WG / Telephone: 0845 11 26 046
Newest Review: ... customer reviews on the wall looked very promising. After returning in the evening there was no one too seat us at our table and had to obtain our own menus from another table. There looked a good choice on the menu. I ordered mushrooms in white wine source and my partner had French onion soup as starters. Once they turned up they came out cold and had two whole mushrooms sliced up. For ... more
Customer Castle Inn (Castleton) Reviews (7)
by Rich - written on 09/01/13
After looking all over Castleton for a nice place to eat. We chose the castle in based on the menu and the inviting present of the pub. With boards with customer reviews on the wall looked very promising. After returning in the evening there was no one too seat us at our table and had to obtain our own menus from another table. There looked a good choice on the menu. I ordered mushrooms in white wine source and my partner had French onion soup as starters. Once they turned up they came out cold and had two whole mushrooms sliced up. For the main we had belly pork and roasted veg and sirloin steak. The roasted veg had not been washed and the steak ... Read the complete review
by Mike - written on 29/08/10
Difficult to say other than appalling. The barmaid looked and behaved as though she had not slept for a week and would rather be somewhere else. The food took ages to appear and was poor, both in appearance and taste. We had to ask where it was after waiting for 45 minutes. When my gammon and chips arrived the chips were cold. Really a lovely location let down by poor service and an indifferent attitude on the part of the staff.
by JACQUI BLAND - written on 09/08/10
My husband and I dined here whilst staying in Castleton for our wedding anniversary. The service was really good and the food came quickly and tasted delicious. We shared a tasty platter for our starter which included duck liver pate, my husband didn't eat much of it, but I did. The mains were lovely and so were the puds. However, that night we were both very ill throughout the night and spent the night in the bathroom, I was worse than my husband and when we thought about it, realised it could only be the pate that we both had eaten. When telling the Manager the next day he queried the time that the illness had started, even though it was confirmed by our G.P. We both found their attitude uncaring and lacking sympathy. We were also, not given an apology.
by - written on 03/06/10 (Useful, 170 readings)
The Castle Inn, Castleton, Derbyshire is a particular favourite of mine and I have been there on numerous occasions for either lunch or dinner. The Castle Inn is situated in the main part of Castleton, opposite the information centre and is a traditional country pub that is also steeped in history. It has many seating areas including a restaurant, bar, a lounge and a beautiful garden in which you can either have a meal or simply enjoy a drink. The Inn offers an interesting menu and you can have anything from a basic cheese sandwich to a Venison Steak with red onion and fennel served with chestnut mushroom cream and dauphinoise potatoes and an ... Read the complete review
by Emma - written on 18/01/10
We travelled here from Wakefield for a family get together. We weren't disappointed. Ordering was quick and easy and all 10 of us were served our main course at the same time (which is a rarity at other establishments). With open fires and a relaxed atmosphere, we didn't feel rushed as the pub filled up at lunchtime. The food was lovely. I had the Hunter's Chicken which was beautiful. The portion sizes are perfect for adults and a children's menu is available on request. Highchairs are also available. The meal was very good value for money, costing less than £10/person. All staff were pleasant and helpful. Only down side was we couldn't find a baby changing facility ... Read the complete review
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