We stopped in here after a very long and arduous walk from Speedwell Cavern through Winnats Pass and round to the back of Peveril Castle. Delicous cream scone and welcoming cup of coffee!!!
Been a tea house for over a hundred years; so you become part of history here. Good food efficiently served in lovely surroundings...loved it. The lunch portions just right for those of us already round enough..
Four of us visited Castleton this week. Called in Rose Cottage Cafe and had tea and cakes, all home made. Excellent. Later returned for lunch. Excellent hot food with home made pies and quiches. Good value and a friendly welcome. Highly recommended. GW
Had Tuna Sandwich and Pot of tea here, the menu is not extensive but there was quite a bit on specials board, there wasn't a lot of choice for sandwiches but what we had was nice.
Have been a few times to Rose Cottage when visiting Castleton. Good selction of food on offer, and great cakes and coffee. Appeared to be up for sale at our last visit, hope it dosn't close down.
Lovely quaint cafe. good service. Good choice on menu. However, the cakes were to die for. well impressed. (don't have sweet tooth, but made an exception this time). in centre of village. Lovely.
Waiting patiently by the door for the Rose Cottage to open on a sunday morning the smell of good coffee and a hearty breakfast were very welcoming. Staff very polite, prices reasonable and the gardens out back need to be seen to be believed a real hidden gem.
we were pottering around the jewellery shops looking for an interesting christening gift for our neice and one of the shop assistants reccommended this cafe to us. at was pleasant but not as cottagy as it looked from the outside so we sat outside in the rear garden and could just about see up to Mam Tor. the cake was... More
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