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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.
The Old White Beare
The Old White Beare is a joint family business run by Andrew Krawec and Chris Blood. We both have extensive experience with hospitality. Andrew has just arrived from working for the 5 Star Radisson Edwardian Manchester as Operations Manager; before that The 5 Star Lowry Hotel, Gleneagles and many more! He has also had the privilege of lecturing students at the University of Salford. Chris has an equally strong background in hospitality with The Lowry Hotel, Le Merdien Hotels & many independent restaurants! Our kitchen team too has a strong background and a wealth of knowledge and experience, with Head Chef Andrew Thomson.The reputation which the Beare has for its quality beers is now equalled by that of the food which it serves. Good ingredients imaginatively cooked and beautifully presented by the kitchen team. We make everything fresh, including ice creams and desserts! And all exceptionally good value prices as you will see in the attached menus.The menus, which are changed regularly, offer a number of dining options. Great emphasis is placed on the sourcing of the produce used in all of the dishes on offer and it is only bought from the best of regular, local suppliers.he Beare as an integral part of the village community. Although its burgeoning reputation now draws clientele from many miles away they still like to think of it as a local. There is a very warm and genuinely friendly atmosphere apparent around the gleamingly polished bar. Some of the pictures on the walls are for sale from a local art society. We house guest ales from around the country, and keep all our casks in the traditional way. We pride ourselves on the quality of our beer. Why not come and see for yourself. We also house over 40 wines from around the world! Whatever your vintage, we can offer you a wine to suit your tastes.We are also VERY pleased to be given the Cask Marque award! This prestigious award is only ever given to pubs who serve the perfect pint!At the White Beare we can cater for everybody and every event. Hosting Weddings for up to 300 people on the grounds, Christenings, Birthday Parties with buffet menus personally tailored to your event. We also run a Summer Ball every year! And we have live entertainment regularly on the last Friday of the month. Please contact us to find out more.
Welcometo the Shears Inn, just a short walk from Halifax town centre and 2 minutes from the Shay Stadium. A hidden gem for those seeking the quintessential English pub. Oozing genuine ‘olde worlde’ appeal, this is probably the oldest pub in Halifax and the values of yesteryear – well kept beers, appetising food, friendly atmosphere and value for money – ensure that, for most, just one visit to Shears Inn is never enough! There is a large car park a beer Garden and a new outside drinking and dining area.Step inside this free house and select, from our well stocked bar; a range of wines, spirits, soft drinks, beers and lagers:-Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Bitter (and Golden Best)-usually stocking Moorhouses, Anglo Dutch and Springhead Beers and many moreFive classic lagersStrongbow CiderTetleys smooth flow & Kingston Press Cider.Add to this a menu where local and regional mouth-watering specialities are an ever popular feature and lashings of this authentic, welcoming atmosphere......and your enjoyment is complete.Shears delight!We have a special offer buy four tapas and get one freeOr pick five tapas and a bottle of wine all for £20.00We can cater for group bookings of up to 50 people so, please, just contact us to discuss requirementsShears Inn is open daily: 11.30 am – 12.00pm Food is served: 11.30 am – 2.00 pm and 5.30 pm – 8.00/*Sunday: 12.00 – 4.00 pm(*Smaller portions/lower prices available for children)
The Old Bridge Inn
This ancient inn has changed little over the last 700 years. As you approach it over the old packhorse bridge, and enter into this charming, civilised hostelry, there will always be a warm welcome from your third generation hosts Tim and Lindsay Walker and staff. The interior is furnished with antiques and a few tasteful prints, real fires in winter adding to the welcome. Our award winning floral displays outside add the finishing touch.Only home-prepared food is served, and is some of the best around. You won’t find muzak or alcopops nor foreign beers brewed under license in Hull. You will find fine ales from Timothy Taylor and other truly independent brewers; a good selection of imported beers and lagers from around the world; a good and oft changing wine list with many available by the glass and a wide range of spirits and soft drinks.We care passionately about what we do, and constantly strive to maintain and enhance the ambience of our beautiful pub. Our efforts have been recognised by many of the leading pub and food guides over the years, and we are currently featured in The Good Pub Guide; Alastair Sawdays Pubs and Inns; The AA Pub Guide; The Good Beer Guide; The Telegraph Quiet Pint, and the Camra Good Pub Food Guide to name but some. We are also the home of the Pork Pie Appreciation Society.Have a browse through our pages and hopefully we will see you soon...