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The Robin Hood Inn

The Robin Hood Inn (Out of town)     Classy Classics A couple of miles out of town in the hamlet of Pecket Well, the Robin Hood Inn is on the main road between Hebden and Haworth, right on the edge of the Bronte moors. It’s a good walk from the hostel, via either Old Town […]

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Hare and Hounds

Hare and Hounds (Out of town)     County-side Pub A friendly country pub in Wadsworth (near Old Town), The Hare and Hounds is about twenty minutes walk uphill from Hebden Bridge Hostel – or a little longer if you take the off-road route recommended in our Walking Guide. A pub with quirks that make it […]

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The White Swan

The White Swan Low Prices     Traditional Local Pub A real Yorkshire pub in the heart of Hebden Bridge, just opposite the old packhorse bridge after which the town is named. Landlady Liz has been running the White Swan for over 30 years. Order at the bar, then take a seat in the dining area or […]

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The White Lion

The White Lion Historic Pub A C17th coaching inn beside Hebden Water, the White Lion is the oldest pub in town. The White Lion is also the closest to HB Hostel. A variety of nooks and crannies in the bar area, a separate dining room and a small paved beer garden provide plenty of space […]

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Shoulder of Mutton

Shoulder of Mutton Central Pub The Shoulder of Mutton is a large old pub with stone-flagged floors and dark beamed ceilings, right in the centre of town. It has big wooden tables out front, on the edge of St. George’s Square. The Shoulder has changed hands recently and when we visited it hadn’t quite found […]

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The Stubbing Wharf

The Stubbing Wharf Highly Recommended     Canalside Treats Ten minutes walk along the towpath from Hebden’s centre, the Stubbing Wharf is a thriving pub situated between the River Calder and the Rochdale Canal. Children, dogs, walkers and boaters are welcome. On sunny days you can sit on wooden benches beside the canal, gazing out over colourful narrowboats […]

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