Built in the remote Peak District village of Ringinglow in the early nineteenth century, the Norfolk served as a pub with beer and beds
for weary travellers on the Sheffield to Buxton turnpike road.
After refreshing themselves with food, drink and sleep, the travellers would continue - after paying their dues at the neighbouring Roundhouse roll booth.
Refreshing real ale, mouth-watering meals and luxurious accommodation
The modern day Norfolk Arms serves a similar purpose, offering real ale refreshment to the many walkers, cyclists and climbers who
frequent the area, as well as providing mouth-watering home-cooked food for families enjoying a day in the country.
Our thirteen en-suite bedrooms were re-developed in 2007, and are enjoyed by everybody from loved-up newly weds to commuters looking for some peace and tranquillity.
Magic all year round
Summer consists of ice-cold drinks and lunch in the sunshine, overlooking the beautiful Mayfield Valley from our beer garden.
The magic extends deep into the winter months, when our four log-burning fires light up the dark evenings and our extensive whisky collection can warm up the coldest of nights. Snowy days are among the busiest. Weary sledgers, skiers and snow-boarders, cold and tired from an afternoon on Jacob's Ladder, descend on the bar for steaming hot chocolate and mulled wine.
Weddings and events
The Mayfield extension has served as a concert room for as long as locals can remember, and it still hosts a live session from the Jazz
Preservation Society every Monday night.
Re-developed in the 1950's, the room has become one of Sheffield's best loved events venues, hosting regular weddings, birthday parties, conferences, funeral receptions and celebratory dinners.
If you would like any more information or would like to make a booking, please call our team on
0114 230 2197 or send us an e-mail.