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The Rising Sun
Welcome to the Rising Sun a tradititonal pub restaurant serving a great choice of Food and Drink.Our home cooked menu is popular because it provides a fabulous selection of food and offers great value. We have some fantastic dining deals on throughout the week and a great sunday lunch. If you're not dining you can simply join us for a drink, we have a pool table and a lovely outdoor seating area. Please Note: If you are hoping to dine with us on Friday, Saturday or Sunday booking is essential due to the high demand on these days. To enable us to maintain our very competative prices we only accept cheques or cash, however a cashpoint is available in the village. We look forward to seeing you soon.
The George Hotel
A warm welcome to The George Hotel in Cullingworth, West Yorkshire.Located closed to Halifax, Bradford & Keighley means that we are easily accessible and in a prime spot for walkers wanting to explore the nearby Bronte Country. Also nearby is the beautiful town of Skipton which is well known as ‘The Gateway To The Dales’.Our traditional local pub offers beautiful home cooked food in a peaceful and comfortable environment. Everybody is welcome so if you are looking to spend time out together as a family, catch up with old friends or just relax with one of real ales you will always be greeted by a friendly face.Have a look through our menus, we also have regular fish specials so make sure you pop in to have a taste.We are exceptionally proud to have just been voted Camra pub of the season winter 2011/12. Come and visit us to see for yourself why we achieved this fantastic title!We look forward to seeing you soon...
The Spotted Cow
Welcome to The Spotted Cow Pub and Restaurant in Drighlington conveniently located just between Leeds and Bradford. We’re steeped in history and a fantastic place to visit whether you’re simply looking to relax with a few drinks or enjoy a fantastic home cooked meal.In addition to this we have a great selection of traditional real ales which we change frequently - give us a call for todays selection or drop by the real ales page to vote for your favourite or make a suggestion as to a beer we should get in.We also stock Carling, Amstel, Kronenburg, Simmons Founders Resolve and Strongbow on draft as well as a great selection of bottled lagers, beers and ciders - and if you fancy a snack you enjoy “Yorkshrie Crisps”Join us for Quiz Night from 9.30pm on Tuesdays and Poker from 7.30pm on Thursdays - and we’re now serving Lunch from Tuesday to Saturday 12noon - 2pm
The Crossroads at Wainstalls
Set high on the Pennine moors between Halifax and Hebden Bridge the Cross Roads is an ideal base for exploring the magnificent surrounding countryside. A welcoming log burning fire greets visitors on cold days and this is matched by the warmth of the welcome from Peter and Jayne.The Crossroads Inn has recently been totally refurbished throughout and now offers a comfortable dining environment and relaxed bar area just ten minutes from Halifax town centre. It has what everyone looks for in a good quality establishment and serves good, home cooked food each day as well as a daily specials board where local produce and fresh food is top of their priorities. The Crossroads also has six en suite bed and breakfast rooms with coffee making facilities, flat screen tv's and free wifi and was awarded five stars in the 'Scores on the Doors' hygiene rating.Experienced chef's Peter Conlin and his partner Jayne Barton have taken over running the Timothy Taylor owned Cross Roads Inn. Looking for a fresh challenge the couple have moved North from the New Forest where Peter was Executive Chef for Pebble Hotels and Jayne was the head chef at the Famous Forest Inn, The High Corner.Quality fresh pub food with a twist is their promise as they introduces their own style of cooking and look to build the Cross Roads' reputation as a destination pub for all the family. Peter said "With three children of our own, we are keen to encourage families and with this in mind the emphasis will be very much on value for money food. There is often something on such as pie night, curry night or steak night and there is live music every few weeks. Also serving retro lunches, Sunday lunch and a fixed price sunset menu why not give The Crossroads a try next time your're eating out? We're sure you won't be disappointed.