The Stanley Arms Gives You Luxury Accommodation, Great Food, Real Ales & Great Views
Welcome to the Stanley Arms, where we offer luxury accommodation for the discerning traveler as well as great food and real ales in an idyllic rural setting, nestled between Cheshire and Derbyshire enjoying stunning views of the Peak District National Park.
Luxury AccommodationChoose from 7 luxury accommodation bedrooms in our barn conversion with all our guest rooms having en-suite facilities plus colour television, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers and more.
The Stanley Arms also has plenty of free parking space for our guests.
Sorry, but no pets or children under 16.
Perfect Restaurant DiningThe Stanley Arms enjoys an excellent reputation for fine food. You may have noticed that part of our address is Bottom of the Oven, an area of Macclesfield Forest.
This has given rise to probably the most famous dish on the menu – Bottom of the Oven Lamb – we are told constantly how delicious this is. Why not pay us a visit and judge for yourselves if our reputation is justified.
Relax In The BarThe Macclesfield pub, bar and restaurant have remained unchanged and maintain all their original features. The log fires, cask-conditioned CAMRA quality real ales, fine wines and excellent food provide a warm welcome in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
The public house is one of the highest in the country and within sight of the Cat and Fiddle, which claims to be the highest public house in England, though I am told that a pub in the Lake District claims to be ten feet higher!
Breathtaking CountrysideThe Stanley Arms, in the Peak District National Park, is surrounded by breathtaking countryside used frequently by ramblers, within the boundary of Macclesfield Forest and its associated reservoirs. The Forest and surrounding district has walks to suit everyone, from country hikes to a gentle stroll.
English pubs don't get much better than this. If you have ever imagined wanting to have a weekend away from it all, lost, staying in a sleepy country pub, with superb food, good beer and sharing banter with the locals, then this place is for you.
Friendly welcome, great food, stunning setting. We were made welcome as soon as we arrived. Nothing was too much trouble - my husband's diet was catered for without fuss. Local taxi information was provided.
Delicious, value for money food.Great food. Delicious, piping hot and generous portions. The pie of the day, which was Lamb and mint, was tasty and filling, accompanied by chunky chips and 3 vegetables. Well worth a visit!