Old image of the traditional Pub

About the Blacksmiths

Clayworth or ‘Clavord’ as once named in the Doomsday book is a picturesque village dating back to the 12th century, where traces of the original stonework of St Peters church and Phoebe Traquair murals, can still be seen today. The Chesterfield canal, which runs around the village, is still very popular not only for barges but also for those wishing to walk, cycle or bird watch and enjoy the tranquillity and views of the surrounding countryside.

The ‘Blacksmiths’ pub was once a fantastic destination pub where one could enjoy good food and friendly people. Having been closed for over two years Will and Leah hope to re-create the qualities people remember and associate with the ‘Blacksmiths’ in Clayworth. Having undergone major renovations the facade remains nearly the same as it was in centuries past. However, the interior is more up to date, while still maintaining a traditional feel where one can enjoy good locally sourced food served with a warm and friendly smile.