The Ram’s Head is a great destination for lunch, dinner, or drinks.
Step inside and you’ll find stylish and traditional interiors, a chic bar space, a unique dining area, and a lovely outdoor space that offers the ultimate retreat on a summer’s day.
If you have little ones, you’ll also be pleased to hear that we are a child friendly establishment and offer a dedicated children’s menu.
Please note: Our £2 parking charge will be refunded to guests spending £2 or more.
Located in the village of Disley in Cheshire, The Ram’s Head is on the edge of the Peak District in the Goyt Valley.
The village is served by Disley train station, which offers services to Preston and Blackpool.
Situated in the picturesque village of Disley, The Ram’s Head is just a stone’s throw from the Peak District National Park, making it a great base for walkers, ramblers, and families looking to explore the great outdoors.
The glorious Lyme House, surrounded by gardens, moorland, and a deer park, is a great day out. Step back in time as you explore the lavish estate, stroll around the elegant gardens, and don’t miss the medieval herd of red deer! Afterwards, The Ram’s Head offers a great place to refresh and refuel in stylish surroundings.
The Cheshire Falconry Centre is also close by. With over 60 trained birds of prey and the opportunity to handle some of the magnificent bars, it’s sure to be a hit with visitors of all ages.
Other attractions in the area include Etherow Country Park, Marple Centre Play and Train, Stockport Air Raid Shelters, and Reddish Vale Farm.