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54 /100 2 MILL HEY
“Just around the corner from and on the same road as Haworth Station, which is a heritage line, and at the lowest point of the village, the pub is in a traditional stone brick building for this area, it's a mostly open plan ground floor affair with the bar running against a side wall in the middle of the venue. It's a little less traditional looking inside, with a fairly modern design and furniture. At the side of the building are a number of parking spaces, with a few outdoor seats in slightly elevated positions behind these. Although a couple of local guests exist here alongside one of their beers, the latter had run out by my visit, which was the point of it. It's not too far from where I currently live so I can come back, but that might irk a longer distance visitor if it happened to them, and there's no shortage of visitors to Haworth.“
ManVsBeer 667 days ago
52 /100 2 MILL HEY
“Visited as Churchill’s Bar in the ’40s weekend in Haworth. Nice atmosphere. The usual international beers and two of their own on cask.“
ruigo 1498 days ago
64 /100 8 SUN STREET
“Marketed as a Jennings pub under the Marstons umbrella, this is the most attractive of all the pubs in Haworth and with good reason, the Old Hall at the foot of the famous rising cobbled street in the town is a historic gem. The insides have a mix of old world charm and more modern areas where dining mainly takes place as many come here for food. There’s ample parking with lots of picnic tables flanking the pretty building as its grounds are considerable. The long bar is against the left wall after you walk through with a row of six hand pumps offering a mix of Marston family brews, at least one or two will be season or special brews, and you’ll always find a couple of Jennings beers represented here too. If none of these take your fancy a couple of seldom seen German lagers are part of a small bottle selection in one of the fridges. Food is served from a chain menu and it can get tourist heavy at times.“
ManVsBeer 1700 days ago
“Halfway up the historic hill in the Bronte village lined with tourist shops and its tourists. This is a lovely traditional styled pub with plenty of atmosphere. The bar is against the back wall with seating either side in defined areas which is almost open plan. Dining here is a big reason people visit in the day, and it has plenty of ale options for anytime including the full Tim Taylors range and a couple of guests - both of which were Tour De France specials when I visited. There’s a pretty decent bottled ale selection here too. If the weather is good tables are placed on the opposite side of the pedestrian street it faces.“
ManVsBeer 2210 days ago
64 /100 6-10 WEST LANE
“The last pub at the top of the historic sloping main street, although it’s multi purpose with it also being a hotel and restaurant as well. The bar areas are on the right-hand side and you’ll probably walk through the carpeted reception area to get to it. Inside it’s as traditional as it gets in style and appearance and it is very appealing with comfortable furnishings and furniture on both sides of a small central bar area that divides the two quiet drinking rooms. There’s three cask ale pumps with 2 guests always complementing the Tetley cask ale. These are predominantly from local micros such as Old Bea and Goose Eye, but others get a look-in with a Skinners brew from Cornwall here on my first visit. The restaurant on the left of the building opens at 7pm and is similar in design with warming carpets but more suitable dining furniture. Expect slightly higher prices with it being a hotel. There are some car park spaces available for staying guests only.“
ManVsBeer 2249 days ago
68 /100 98 MAIN ST
“This is a small one-roomed brewpub that packs in a fair number of tables and also serves food. It’s quite a busy place with a selection of the current brews available at the bar and some of the bottled versions available to buy on a shelf at its side. The keg options are mixed between macro lagers and their own micro version, but a guest may be here too. They taps hang down from the ceiling directly above the four hand pumps. It’s a fairly simple set-up but a well-kept one located at the top of the atmospheric sloping Main Street.“
ManVsBeer 2302 days ago
“Stayed a couple nights here while traveling through England last Summer. Pretty neat place, and it gets pretty darned rollicking with a crowd on weekends! Nice selection of Timothy Taylor offerings, and the food was above average overall. Staff fairly friendly, nice and efficient.“
mcdoug 3013 days ago
“Sitting high above the valley, on the cobbled streets of Bronte country, this is a superb Taylor’s tied house. Smart in appearance, large stone flagged bar area, split level seating areas and a new smoking patio at the rear. Good range of bottled beers too, from the UK, Belgium and Germany, but when the draught beer is as good as it is, there’s no need to head for the fridge! Good accommodation too.“
RichardW 4049 days ago
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