Advantages Good pub/restaurant food, friendly staff, inexpensive.
Disadvantages Busy, tables a little cramped, a long wait for food.
The Dore Moor pub is situated on the outskirts of Dore in Sheffield, on the Hathersage Road. Not being too familiar with this area of Sheffield, I checked my A-Z and found that the Hathersage Road runs into Ecclesall Road South. Thus; jump on Eccy Rd from town (for non Sheffieldians this is the A625 heading towards Castleton) and keep driving straight ahead! Its an old public house; research showed that it was originally built to serve stagecoach traffic on the (then) new Hathersage Turnpike. In 1998, Vintage Inns took the pub over and (allegedly) spent £1.2m on a revamp for the place ...
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The Dore Moor Inn is a very well known Public House in Sheffield. It sits high above the Western fringe of the City and was originally an old Stagecoach Inn. Beyond here the Hathersage Road (A625) continues on into the Peak District National Park and towards Castleton. The original Inn was built during the 18th century and became a popular stopover place for the Stagecoaches travelling between Sheffield and Manchester. Back in those days this place was called the Devonshire Arms, due to its association with the Duke of Devonshire who owned the majority of the land in this area. In 1821 a ...