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The Bear Inn
Belper
Derbyshire
United Kingdom

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The Bear Inn
Address Alderwasley
Belper
Derbyshire
DE56 2RD
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Phone 01629 822 585
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About The Bear Inn

The Bear Inn and Hotel in Alderwasley, Belper is set in an idyllic part of the Derbyshire countryside and offers fantastic accommodation, food, drink and an excellent atmosphere. The Inn, which dates back to 1528 is bursting with character and The Bearís staff will always make you feel welcome and at home. We serve an array of wines, spirits and beers including locally brewed ales to give you a real taste of Derbyshire.

Over the years we have built up a strong reputation for the food we produce at the Bear and we always use locally sourced produce to ensure the highest quality and freshest food possible. Our daily menu is filled with in-season delights to suit any appetite which you can enjoy throughout the day. We also offer a Sunday Carvery which people travel from near and far to experience.

The Bear Inn and Hotelís food has gained an excellent reputation over the years with our home cooked style and fresh ingredients you are sure to receive a tasty, hearty meal in a stunning setting. Our chefs always use fresh produce which has been locally sourced to ensure that the quality is second to none. We always have locally brewed ales on tap as well as all of the old favourites to compliment your meal perfectly.

Our rustic setting provides an ambience that will make you feel at home and in the summer months you can enjoy our delicious food whilst taking in the breath-taking views of our countryside surroundings.
The Bear Inn, Alderwasley, Belper, Derbyshire, UK
 

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Honkyb avatar
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9 reviews
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Male age 40-49 from Manchester
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For starters, the deep fried haggis in whisky sauce was to die for! Her indoors followed up with steak and potato pie which was clearly miles better than your average pub pie - none of that flaky commercial pastry covering gristle in a watery gravy. I went for the slow cooked lamb which got a big thumbs up. First class chips and nice to have veggies as standard as opposed to having to pay extra like you seem to have to do almost everywhere nowadays. Great beer, lovely atmosphere. Go for it - don't hesitate!
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Glad you liked the grub! The haggis is very popular. Don't hesitate to call back next time you're passing!
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5 reviews
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Male age 30-39 from Nottingham
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Sorta hard to find, but worth it when you do. It's a nice16th century buiding which has been a coaching inn for hundreds of years. Friendly staff and the food is excellent. There's also a good selection of real ales (Timothy Taylor Landlord straight from the barrel) and wines and whiskies too. The pub is lit by many lamps and candles in the evening, and is decorated with old pictures, crockery and country paraphernalia. In winter there are hearty fires. Good pub - good food.
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