Welcome to the Old Bell Hotel, located in the historic Cathedral Quarter right in the heart of the city of Derby.

51 Sadlergate
Derby
DE1 3NQ

The number one meeting place for a night out in Derby, The Standing Order is a Wetherspoon's pub selling a wide range of drinks and pub grub.

28-32 Iron Gate
Cathedral Quarter
Derby
DE1 3GL

A Wetherspoon's pub that excels in real-ale, the Babington Arms has been recognised as a place to visit in the Good Beer Guide on numerous occasions. Serving local and regional ales throughout the year, including those produced by new breweries.

11-13 Babington Lane
Derby
DE1 1TA

Located in the heart of the historic Cathedral Quarter, the Dolphin Inn is Derby's oldest pub, dating back to 1530.

5a Queen Street
Cathedral Quarter
Derby
DE1 3DL

32 Original Recipe, authentic Rhode Island style burgers, all available as Vegan Veggie or Meaty!

Friary Street
Derby
DE1 1JF

Derby CAMRA City Pub of the Year 2011 & Derby CAMRA Pub of the Year 2011 Overall Winner.

19 Full Street
Cathedral Quarter
Derby
DE1 3AF

Known locally as 'The Bless' the pub prides itself on being a venue for the local Funhouse Comedy Club, which has been awarded the 'Best Midlands Comedy Club' by Chortle on two occasions.

11-17 Chapel Street
Derby
DE1 3GU

Derby Food and Drink Awards Winner in 2014 and 2012 and CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2013, the Exeter Arms has been packing them in with its cutting edge approach, all in a very traditional setting.

Exeter Place
Derby
DE1 2EU

The Flowerpot is a landmark Real Ale pub and nationally recognised live music venue, located in the heart of the city's Cathedral Quarter.

19 - 25 King Street
Cathedral Quarter
Derby
DE1 3DZ

The Tap combines high Victorian ceilings and imposing windows with exposed brickwork and original wooden floors to create a light, airy atmosphere.

1 Derwent Street
Derby
DE1 2ED

Family friendly pub in the heart of Derby City Centre, serving real ales and guest beers We have a fabulous beer garden and host great parties.

98 Burton Road
Derby
De1 1TG

Renowned for having the best jukebox in Derby, the Seven Stars is a warm and cosy pub which claims to be the city's oldest.

97 King Street
Derby
DE1 3EE

Probably the friendliest pub in Derby, the Furnace Inn is ran by Pedro, a self-confessed ale addict with a penchant for brewing.

9 Duke Street
Derby
DE1 3BX

The Greyhound is a historic Grade II listed pub dating back to 1734, offering an unrivalled selection of world beverages.

76 Friar Gate
Cathedral Quarter
Derby
DE1 1FN

Derby's second micropub, located at Uttoxeter Old Road. Run by Karen & Chris O'Brien. 4 real ale pumps and 3 ciders.

1 Uttoxeter Old Road
Derby
DE1 1GA

Just a few steps from Derby’s rail station and part of the historic railway conservation area, this former railway men’s retreat has been lovingly restored to its Victorian glory.

Railway Terrace
Derby
DE1 2RU

"God Save The King" is the cry from the World War I inspired ales created by Mr Grundy's on-site brewery.

32-34 Ashbourne Road
Derby
DE22 3AD

Little Chester Ale House dispels the myth that size matters!

4a Chester Green Road
Derby
DE1 3SF

The Falstaff is regarded as one of Derby's hidden gems for real ale and has been flagged as a place to visit by the Lonely Planet Guide.

74 Silver Hill Road
Normanton
Derby
DE23 6UJ

The Shiny Tap is a Micropub adjoining the Shiny Brewery in Little Eaton, Derbyshire.

Unit 10, Old Hall Mill Business Park
Alfreton Road
Little Eaton
DE21 5EJ

A WARM & WELCOMING, DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY PUB

Adams Road
Kirk Langley
Derbyshire
DE6 4LW

Recently refurbished 19c heritage pub in the lovely village of Dalbury Lees, the casual dining bar has a stunning menu of locally sourced food & ales.

The Green
Dalbury Lees
Ashbourne, Derbyshire
DE6 5BE

Steeped in history, focused on unbeatable service. Offering premium and hearty gastropub food & bespoke beverages with an informal meeting offer, all set to the backdrop of the stunning Derbyshire country.

Junction of Bullhurst and Church Lane
Mugginton
Derbyshire
DE6 4PJ

Gastro Pub of the year 2017. (midlands) Wonderfully casual fine dining, that explore locally sourced and seasonal ingredients where available. Menus extend across lunchtime, bar graze, early evening and a la carte offerings, all supported by an enviable wine and drinks menu and enjoyed amidst a cluster of restaurant rooms that ooze quintessential English charm.

Long Lane
Ashbourne
Derbyshire
DE6 5BJ

The Meynell now offers relaxed dining, with a high quality food and drink offer throughout a variety of different dining areas including; the main restaurant, Sam’s bar, and the original dog friendly Meynell bar and restaurant.

Abbots Bromley Road
Hoar Cross
Staffordshire
DE13 8RB