Welcome to The Barrel Inn, your Eyam “home away from home.” The Barrel Inn aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Mompesson’s Well (2.1 km), located nearby, makes The Barrel Inn a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Eyam landmark.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the hotel.
The property also features free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Eyam Tea Rooms and Village Green, all of which are a short distance from The Barrel Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Eyam Plague Village Museum, Eyam Hall & Craft Centre, and Eyam Parish Church of St Lawrence.
The Barrel Inn puts the best of Eyam at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Booking was simply and quick. Table reserved and sat down. Drinks ordered taken and delivered quickly then food. Sunday lunch, scampi and pie. Puddings of sticky toffee pudding, creme brûlée and crumble. Overall food and serve was great. Only issue was that we were not asked to check in on the COVID APP. Even thou we were eating outside I would expect us all till to check in on the app which rooms make us all feel abit safer. Four stars ✨✨✨✨ would of been 5 if we would of been asked to check in.
Decided to visit Bakewell for a day out. On our last visit we found the Barrel Inn in the Good Pub guide and got a last minute booking. This time we phoned a few days ahead to check whether they were offering outside seating necessary due to COVID restrictions. We were given a table sheltered from the wind by the front door. As luck would have it the sun shining and our table was a sun trap. I am certain that these are the best views I have experienced at any pub. You can look over 5 counties. You appreciate the clean air away from built up areas. The menu was limited due to COVID but we were informed about this when we booked. We all chose the mixed meat pie which was delicious. It was rather unusual to have to pay for the drinks , the meal and coffees all in separate transactions at the time we ordered each item, but we were eating outside and I guess unfortunately the pub in the past has had a few people who have upped and left without settling their bill, which is why they probably adopted this policy. This is definitely a pub I will return too, maybe next time booking a room because it would be great to wake on a summers morning to such a tremendous view. Once experienced never forgotten. …
Stopped in eyam before going up to the barrel and hey wow. The views from the front of the building is stunning.up on a high hill side looking over the derbyshire countryside its set out on its own about 60 mins walk to foolow and eyam but it is a hilly climb back.the rooms have great views at front of property and even the side of the side rooms even though they look over car park are surrounded by stunning countryside.if you don't stop here for B&B try going for a meal or a drink you will not be disappointed.
We always visited here and enjoyes top notch food, service and drinks. They seem to have lost sight of their goal. Real shame. Seems to be just frozen food or pre preparded by a catering company despite bring labelled homemade
We decided on the Barrel as it had finally stopped raining and you could see for miles. There is quite a varied menu: choice of 6 starters,9 main courses and about 8 desserts. They do 4 varieties of Sunday roast dinner. In the past, we've had the roasts, mushroom risotto and today we had the steak and ale pie. Social distancing and mask wearing are well organised and the atmosphere is relaxed and informal. A gathering of the Fraser Nash vintage car owners coincided with our visit,which was a bit of a treat. Service was quick and polite. Would definitely go back again.