Stefan and Jackie welcome you
Located in the tranquil heart of the picturesque village of Combs, with beautiful views of surrounding fells, a friendly and welcoming atmosphere can always be found at the Beehive Inn.
Here at the Beehive we pride ourselves on using the very best local ingredients, serving an extensive range of fresh home cooked food, traditional cask ales, and a selection of wines for all occasions.
With roaring log fires in the winter and beautiful floral displays in the summer, nothing is too much trouble to satisfy thirsty and hungry guests!
Food and Drink
Please Note our rapide menus and specials boards change regularly to take advantage of the latest seasonal ingredients.
Drinking at The Beehive
At The Beehive we have an extensive drinks menu to cater for all tastes. Our guest ales change frequently and we even have our own Beehive Bitter brewed for us!
Wines with ‘bottle’
Why not enjoy a great wine with great food at The Beehive, from easy going to adventurous, well rounded to robust, our wine selection will suit any mood, occasion and dish.Take a look The Beehive Wine List here…
Staying with us
Oozing rural charm and rustic character, The Beehive Holiday Cottage is situated in the picturesque surroundings of Combs Valley, a perfect backdrop for a short break.
It is centrally located to explore the most visited National Park in the world, with a rich cultural background of stately homes, ancient lead mines, picturesque watermills, a network of old packhorse ways, and many historical towns and villages.
“Combs is a small village in Derbyshire, England within the Peak District National Park. ‘Combs’ is spoken to rhyme with ‘looms’. Some local residents prefer the older pronunciation of Combs to rhyme with ‘foams’.
Combs resident Herbert Frood in 1897 founded the company Ferodo. The village was also home to author Peggy Bellhouse who wrote & self-published a concise history of Combs many years ago – a photo of Peggy can still be seen on the walls of the Beehive Inn.”
Combs is easily accessible via the A6 – Main route from Buxton to Manchester and is approximately 20 minutes from Buxton, 30 minutes from Stockport and 45 minutes from Manchester. The nearest Train station is Chapel-en-le-Frith and the nearest bus stop is just at the end of the village road.
The postcode for The Beehive is SK23 9UT. Simply plug in to your sat nav and enjoy a hassle free drive to the pub!
If you would like more information about the pub, opening hours, menus, etc. please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone or email:
We will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
The Beehive Inn, Combs, High Peak SK23 9UT