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Inns in Penistone

The Fountain Inn
Ingbirchworth
Penistone
South Yorkshire

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Nestled in the foothills of the Southern Pennines; The Fountain Inn at Ingbirchworth is close to the Peak District National Park and is well renowned for being located in “the last of the summer wine” country. The Fountain Inn has an excellent reputation as a welcoming countryside public house and hotel and is the ideal place for civil wedding ceremonies, receptions, family gatherings and business functions. The inviting surroundings and roaring fires make anyone feel at home whether calling in for a relaxing drink, dining out, or have a family celebration. We are equipped to handle any event. This historic, popular old coaching inn, parts of which date back to the 17th century, is full of character and steeped in history. Situated alongside Ingbirchworth reservoir with outstanding views of the countryside and the infamous Royd Moor Windmills. It is therefore a very popular area for walkers. After an exhilarating country walk around the reservoir call into The Fountain Inn and have a hearty Yorkshire roast dinner by the roaring log fire. Then there is our celebrated restaurant with its low beams, extensive menu and award winning chef. The dishes are made with largely locally sourced produce and is perfectly suited to cater either for an intimate meal for two, corporate functions and celebrations such as christenings and weddings. Furthermore for family celebrations and especially weddings there is a self contained spacious function room with a separate fully licensed well stocked bar. The Fountain Inn also comprises of 10 hotel suites of a standard that will impress the discerning traveller whether on business or pleasure. The hotel suites are furnished to the highest of standards and special rates are sometimes available for large parties.

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