Welcome to The Miners Arms

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, The Miners Arms is a traditional 1700's pub built of sandstone and was the old village inn until about 1823 when it was bought by the London Lead Company. It is recorded that the rent was reduced on several occasions as trade was diminishing, the miners preferring ‘books to beer’. In 1988 the Clark family brought the Green Tourism Gold Awardpub and renovated the bar area, in 2003 added the lovely conservatory restaurant and in 2009 converted the old bunkhouse into two luxury 3 star en-suite rooms and we have another twin room upstairs which has a stunning bathroom.

You are guaranteed a warm welcome at The Miners, hope to see you soon!

Alison and the Team


The owner Alison with her environmental awards

Our Guest Quotes

“Great Accomodation, Spotless”

Stayed at the Miners Arms whilst on the C2C cycle route. We had one of the 2 large rooms that are newly redecorated, ultra modern and well appointed with Sky TV and massive bathroom with spa shower and heated floor. This is a perfect place to stay if you dont fancy staying in a bunk house (which is what the 2 rooms were prior to the conversion). The rooms are to the side of the pub so are very quiet.

“Fantastic - a gorgeous hidden gem”

Big rooms that have just been redecorated. Lovely design (not a net curtain in sight) and well appointed with Sky TV and massive bathroom with spa shower.