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· BEST WESTERN Bradford Guide Post Hotel
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· 30 October 2014
· The New Pack Horse
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The Black Horse Inn
The Black Horse Inn is a traditional Olde World 17th Century Inn. Packed with charming features – original oak beams, open fires, and a beautiful courtyard area to soak up the sun inthe summer months.The Black Horse Inn is a family owned and run business. Jane Russell together with her husband Andrew bought the businessin 1998 and Jane represents the third generation of the same family to own and run the business stretching back over 60 years. Set in the quiet village of Clifton, The Black Horse Inn is easily accessible from all the main conurbations of West Yorkshire andis ideally situated half a mile from Junction 25 of the M62 , so you can enjoy the best of both worlds, be away from itall and yet close to everything.
The Causeway Foot Inn
The Causeway Foot Inn is a friendly country inn and restaurant located to the north of Halifax, complete with leather armchairs and blazing log fires. Our location makes us popular with walkers visiting Ogden Water and the surrounding countryside. Our dog-friendly enthusiasm means both you and your pets can enjoy a relaxing drink and meal together in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We offer the best in hand-pulled traditional beers and ales, and have even been given 'flag-sheep' status by Black Sheep Breweries.Our restaurant prides itself in offering the highest quality meals using fresh, local produce, prepared to the highest standards. Please visit our restaurant page to view our sample menus and our wine list. In addition to the restaurant, bar meals are also available.
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 Duke of York at Shelf
Situated opposite the Stone Chair in Shelf, The Duke of York is one of the stopping off points on many published walks.Built in the early 1800’s the Duke boasts a grade 2 listed façade with mullioned windows and ivy covered walls. The restaurant boasts and open fire and has the perfect atmosphere, whether you are catching up with old friends or celebrating a special occasion.Our A La Carte Menu is available both in the day and evening service along with creative daily specials and delicious light bites.We take pride in what we do here at the Duke of York, so expect no less than excellent service from our friendly front of house staff, flavoursome homemade dishes and we are sure you will feel comfortable within the surroundings and character of this unique establishment.