Welcome to The Miners Arms, a delightful pub and restaurant with bed and breakfast accommodation set in the beautiful village of Eyam in the Peak District, Derbyshire.
You can see further details on our public bar, restaurant or bed and breakfast accommodation below.
Open 7 days a week
Monday 5.30pm - 10pm
Tue to Sun 12pm - 10pm
Tue to Sat 12pm - 1.45pm
Sunday 12pm - 2.45pm
Monday 6pm to 7.45pm
Tue to Fri 6pm - 8.15pm
Saturday 6:30pm - 8.15pm
A warm welcome from your landlord Mr Ian Jackson who with Ruth Nuttall and Chefs Rachel Nuttall and Eddie Abbott are proud to run the Miners Arms in Eyam.
Not always called the Miners Arms as until 1764 it was called the Kings Head. The present name derives from the many meetings the mine owners used to have here, mining lead and fluorspar, and calling themselves the Barmote Court, deciding things such as land rights etc.
Since 1812 the inn has also been used for meetings of the Prosecution of Felons committee, which is still in existence. There are many documented parts of the inn's history around the pub, and as you would expect, the inn is also rumoured to be haunted. Reputedly by two young girls who died in a fire on the site before it was built and by an ex-landlady who was murdered by her husband who is said to roam the corridors at night with her old fashioned dress making a loud rustling noise.
Built in 1630 just before the great plague found its way to Eyam our historical building is set in the centre of this beautiful Peak District village in Derbyshire. The Miners Arms is the only remaining public house in the village and serves both local residents and visitors alike.