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The Abbey Inn is a traditional country Inn favoured by locals and traveller's alike for it's atmosphere, history and great value-for-money Samuel Smith's beer. Built in the 15th century, this Grade II* listed Inn serves home cooked food and high...more
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The Abbey Inn is a lovely Samuel Smith pub in Darley, just north of Derby. The building is steeped in history, and you will find the decor inside to be just as cozy and rustic as you'd expect. The lady the behind the bar was...More
It is a real hidden gem.
There is a lot of character and it is popular with people of all ages and dog lovers.
O really want to visit again as there is a beautiful Darley park for a pleasurable walk on even ground of...More
Built in 1137 and situated in part of the old Darley Abbey, this is a true gem of a pub. Old stone walls, flagged floor and inglenook fireplace. No juke box or canned music, no wi-fi (talk to one another!) and no signal on my...More
This is a beautiful old Abbey that has been a pub for many years
The pub is owned and managed by Samuel Smiths
there is extremely cheap beer starting with a pint of lager at £1.80 going up to £3 for a premium pint of...More
Walked to this pub from our B&B in the Darley Abbey area of Derby. What a wonderful surprise! The restaurant upstairs was closed due to a recent fire. But the pub downstairs was open. Great, friendly service at the bar. Samuel Smith Ales on tap...More
This was once a decent historic pub run properly,but has now descended in to being no better than a back street city pub,Called here with my partner on 28/05/218 for a quiet drink there was a group of males and one female playing darts, every...More
After a walk through Darley Park stopped off at the Abbey for a refreshing pint, quick service and good pint. Inside was quite busy so sat outside, the only niggle is the smokers that congregate at the doors.
We found this by accident really and I have to say a nice accident at that, Run by locals which is great you get that nice vibe once you walk in very welcoming and accommodating, Sadly the upstairs wasn't open but this gives us something...More