The Bulls Head Inn

Hayfield. High Peak. Derbyshire. UK


A little bit of History 

Most people assume that the stone tablet over the front door is the date stone, but in fact this just refers to the addition in1788 of the front rooms and frontage extending a much older building to join the line of the then new row of shops,
In 1386 ‘land in Hedfeld between the two rivers’ was gifted by King Richard ll for a Church to be built .In a building close by ‘Ale’ the staple drink in the middle ages, was brewed to raise revenue for the Church, on ‘Feast Days’ you were only allowed on pain of fine to drink ‘Church Ale’ .
In the Reign of Henry the Vlll this Ecclesiastical Inn was taken out of Church ownership and became The Bulls Head Inn.
The 1750 deeds of sale, show that ‘The Bulls Head Inn’ still included a Brewhouse and Stables, all were sold for the princely sum of £80 which also included the Clay Archery Butts a tradition at which the Bulls Head Arrows Team are pre-eminent in its slightly less lethal form ‘Darts’
The ‘BULL’ is now a ‘Free House’ recently purchased by a local family who have taken on the renovation of this listed property.

The Gee family have three generations of experience in the licenced trade their names are over the front door.

They offer a wide range of Keg and Cask-Conditioned Ales, Chilled Lagers, Wines and Spirits, Non alcoholic drinks including Coffee and Tea, Bar Food,

Sky Sports, Large Screen TV, Pool Table, Darts & Dominoes and Internet and Email facilities so you can surf the web over a cup of Coffee or pint of ‘Abbots Ale’

A well equipped self contained Function / Conference Room, with multi media including 35mm and Computer/Video projection suitable for ' I ' & 'E' presentations as well as more traditional events.

The Bulls Head Inn is only 16 miles from Manchester Airport (30-45min )

New residential accommodation is under construction

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The Bulls Head Inn. Hayfield. High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2JE


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