Just north of the railway station and viaduct on the hill on the road up to Cleckheaton, this is a Sam Smiths pub with a cosy three room traditional setting that this brewery’s pub chain is known for. It’s not that difficult to miss this all white building as there’s very little signage or adverts to attract you in like many other pubs, but once inside you can choose a modest enough selection from the brewers own ales and lagers. The main front room is popular and you may get to watch a game of dominoes happening in here, although the rear room which is also serviced by the same bar may be of preference given its large roaring open fire and more lighter airy feel to it with plenty of soft furnished long bench seats and stools on a carpet. The third room is similar but not serviced by the bar so feels slightly more detached but no less of a place to be in. There are a couple of tables by the main door and a patio area to the side of the building where a car park exists as well. Food is served here for a few hours in the early afternoon.