The Snake Pass Inn
About The Snake Pass Inn
The Name" The Snake Inn gets its name from the family emblem of the Duke of Devonshire, a snake in the form of a knot. "The Snake" emblem over the main door of the inn was removed in 1923. The current name of the Snake Pass Inn dates from around 2003, though most people still refer to it by its original correct name.
At The Snake Pass Inn, we strive to give you high quality, reasonably priced food. To achieve this, we only use local suppliers, including Mettrick’s Butchers of Glossop, butcher of the year 2011,2012, and 2013, and produce, which we use to create a range of delicious home-cooked favourites.
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Pub located in High Peak Derbyshire, Main A57 Road.
Pub located in High Peak Derbyshire, Main A57 Road. Pub, restaurant and 8 ensuite rooms and 4 apartments.