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The Cat and Fiddle Inn in the Peak District

The Cat and Fiddle road (A537) links Macclesfield in Cheshire and Buxton in Derbyshire and runs through the Peak District. The road is named after the Cat and Fiddle pub which lays at the summit. Because of the hills and many bends, the road is often regarded as an exhilarating technical challenge and as such is popular with motorcyclists. There have been many accidents over the years and the road has been named as one of the most dangerous in the uk.

Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Cat and Fiddle
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Cat and Fiddle view
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Cat and Fiddle
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Cat and Fiddle
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head
Photograph from  around Cat and Fiddle pub and three shires head
Three Shires Head


The Cat and Fiddle is the second-highest inn or public house in England. The Cat and Fiddle’s location offers panoramic views as far as the hills of Wales, making a popular stopping point at weekends and during the long summer evenings.

The Cat and Fiddle is at the center of several ancient tracks over the Peak District hills, and has become a popular refreshment stop for walkers, cyclists, motorists and motorcyclists who come to enjoy the scenery. The Cat and Fiddle Inn caters for walkers in outdoor clothing , families and group parties alike.

On several dates throughout the year visitors can enjoy helicopter flights from the Cat and Fiddle. The flights are often birthday gifts, and many families arrange to meet here for a celebration meal in the dining room.

The inn is the last on the 45-mile (72 km) Four Inns Walk, held annually in spring, mainly over the high moorland to the north.

The address for the Cat and Fiddle is A537 Buxton Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0AR and more information can be found on the website at Cat and Fiddle Inn





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