Cat and Fiddle Inn

Cat and Fiddle Inn


Wildboarclough, United Kingdom (GB)
The Cat and Fiddle Inn is the second-highest inn or public house in England (the Tan Hill Inn being the highest). The inn is situated on the eastern fringes of Cheshire in the Peak District National Park on the A537 road just west of the Derbyshire/Cheshire county boundary, on the western side of Axe Edge Moor. It is at an elevation of 515 metres (1,690 ft) above sea level[1] (although a recent measurement commissioned by the landlord suggested a figure of 540 metres (1,770 ft), which would surpass that of the Tan Hill Inn.
The Cat and Fiddle Inn is the second-highest inn or public house in England (the Tan Hill Inn being the highest). The inn is situated on the eastern fringes of Cheshire in the Peak District National Park on the A537 road just west of the Derbyshire/Cheshire county boundary, on the western side of Axe Edge Moor. It is at an elevation of 515 metres (1,690 ft) above sea level[1] (although a recent measurement commissioned by the landlord suggested a figure of 540 metres (1,770 ft), which would surpass that of the Tan Hill Inn.
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