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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.
A warm welcome to Changegate Fisheries in Haworth. Set in the heart of the beautiful Bronte country, you can enjoy fantastic fish and chips come rain or shine. We have a beautiful traditional restaurant where you can enjoy your food after taking in the wonderful sights of Haworth and the area. We can also cater for parties of up to 20 people so if you would like more information, please contact us. Have a look through our menus and we hope that you will join us soon.
The Shibden Mill Inn
Welcome to The Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax.For over 350 years The Shibden Mill Inn has been at the heart of life in West Yorkshire's Shibden Valley. It's a magical place where generation after generation of locals have enjoyed time well spent with friends and family, sharing in life's special moments and shaping memories to last a life time.The Inn's reputation for warm hospitality, premier gastro dining and first class accommodation draws people to the Shibden Valley from far and wide, and the Mill has naturally become a popular choice for those wishing to savour a sumptuous weekend break or mid-week stay.Stunning countryside walks are in easy reach, as too the bright lights and city centre shopping on offer in Leeds. From its unique location, The Shibden Mill offers easy access to the very best to be found in this delightful part of West Yorkshire. However there are those who during their stay simply wish to relax and unwind in the beautiful surrounds of this 17th Century property, where once you've arrived and unpacked, there's no reason to leave.Whatever the occasion The Shibden Mill Inn combines first class service and accommodation of the highest order, to ensure a memorable experience that delivers everything you ask of it, and more.
Here at the Thornhill Arms, Calverley, we strive to deliver beautiful in a beautiful setting. Using fresh local produce, the Thornhill Arms offers delicious pub food, served to a very high standard. Our menu ranges from snacks, to old traditional pub classics, right through to our A la Carte options.We have recently refurbished the pub, bringing a more modern feel to this traditional building. We have a large function room on offer that is perfect for any special occasion, and we also have a beautiful outdoor dining and drinking area - perfect for when the sun comes out! Built over 400 years ago, originally called The Leopard, the Thornhill still retains some of the originally built features, including a stone entrance dating back to 1673 inscribed with W.C. and F.C. after Walter Caverley and his wife Francis Caverley.It has been said that there are secret tunnels running from the pub down to Kirkstall Abbey built many years ago by the monks. There are some sealed off areas of the cellars that have not been opened for many years - adding some mystery to the building and helping to create its unique atmosphere!