Nestled amongst rolling countryside, windy lanes and picturesque villages, The Pebley Inn will take you off the beaten track, transporting you to a world of rural charm.
Our warm and charming atmosphere is informal, and friendly that will instantly relax you with a good core of regular custom for both food and drink. Whether you are wanting a glass of wine sat by the fire with a bag of crisps or just a pint of local bitter then you won't find a more idyllic setting both inside and outside than at The Pebley Inn.
A Little Pub History
An old coaching inn built around 1770 standing on the ancient Sheffield-Newark-London turnpike and falls in the county of Derbyshire by only a few hundred yards. Evidence of a Blacksmith's shop and stone steps for mounting horses used to be visible and they were stables on the left hand side of the pub. There was also a sleeping area for the Ostler's (Stable lads who worked at the Inn.) The Pebley has been owned by two noted local families - De Rodes in the 19th Century, and Sitwells in the 20th Century. Sir Osbert Sitwell sold The Pebley to William Stones Ltd in 1947 and it then passed on to Bass in 1970 before regaining Freehouse status in 1991.