Prince Of Wales, Baslow Wins Pub Of The Year Award At The Peak District & Derbyshire Tourism AwardsPublished On Friday 20 Mar 2020 by Sticky Beak
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On 5th March, The Prince of Wales, Baslow, previously Rowley’s, went head to head with the best pubs in the Peak District and Derbyshire to win Gold. The award recognises The Prince of Wales for its contribution to tourism, with a food and drink offering that sits around locally sourced produce.
The Prince of Wales, family owned village pub in Baslow, prides itself on serving classic dishes that focus on provenance and quality. Favourites amongst the locals include Baslow Beef and Ale Cottage Pie and their famous Yorkshire Parkin served with stem ginger ice-cream. For drinks, the menu also shines a light on the best of the area including a selection of Peak Ales on tap and artisan gins such as Chatsworth Gin which is distilled in the barn from just over the road in Chatsworth Estate.
The Prince of Wales, Baslow will now focus its efforts on the Visit England Awards, which will be announced later this year.
Neil Fischer, owner, The Prince of Wales, Baslow, said: “It is both an honour and pleasure to work with such a passionate a driven team. The award reflects the hard work and determination we continue to invest.”
Jo Dilley, Managing Director of Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire, said:
“It is our privilege to celebrate some of the talented businesses who offer that extra special service and experience for some of the Peak District and Derbyshire’s 42 million visitors each year