Extensive menu (changes seasonally) plus specials boards. A substantial Grade II listed Tudor Wing of the original Ford Hall which has occupied this position since records began in 1222, the home of Robert De La Ford, one of the earliest homes in North Derbyshire.Tudor Wing is a truly superb residence steeped in history having been enhanced by its present custodian retaining all of its original features.

The Cottage is surrounded by farmland and offers a further stone barn with potential.

DESCRIPTION Believed to date back to 1824 with some parts of the Cottage dating earlier to this is this delightful former Blacksmiths cottage which will delight any potential viewer.

Pear Tree Cottage represents a true English country cottage and oozes charm and character to include original exposed beams and fireplaces.

Barn 12'6 (3.81m) x 12'2 (3.71m) Ground floor measurement Two storey stone attached barn currently which could potentially provide holiday/dependant relative accommodation. The first floor currently provides a studio/study/games room with two double glazed windows with views, double glazed roof window and exposed beams.

About the Pub Recently refurbished previous coaching inn dating from 18th C offering traditional pub atmosphere.

Located close to the Market Place this pub was previously a Marston's tied house but is now a free-house.

Guest beers are rotated weekly and can be supplied by Marston's or from local micros.

The cottage also offers a wonderful rural idyllic setting with beautiful mature gardens and an elevated position which provides wonderful views.

In addition to the cottage there is a small attached barn which could provide holiday cottage potential (subject to planning permission).