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Submitted on Thursday, 4th August 2011
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Crown and Mitre, High Peak

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Postal town: High Peak
SK23 6DZ
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Alan Winfield left this review about Crown and Mitre

The Crown and Mitre is a stone built stand alone pub that is quite close to the main Sheffield to Manchester rail line.
The pub is about a half a mile from the village of Chinley and is in a little area called New Smithy.
Once inside i only noticed one room and this was quite smart and comfortable,there may have been other rooms but i did'nt look,this pub is a Robinsons tied house and there were two real ales on the bar i had a drink of Robinsons bitter and this was a very nice drink the other beer was Robinsons mild.
This was a decent enough pub to have a few drinks in.

Pub visited 4/5/2002

On 4th May 2002 - rating: 7
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Map location corrected by Will Larter
Latest updates View all updates for Crown and Mitre, Chinley
11th Jul 2014, 15:55
Picture submitted by peter ashworth approved
11th Jul 2014, 13:36
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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