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Have only visited here twice, both times for a drink after a walk. The first time on a Sunday, just as a couple when the manageress(?) engaged us in conversation, the second time midweek as a large group of walkers when it would normally have...More
Ended up at Ainsworth arms because Watermillock had no meat due to a problem with their ovens,cant say i was blown away especailly as it was £3 dearer because of bank holiday?,very busy,quite a wait for drinks,food lukewarm but plenty of it,think it will be...More
Our first time at the Ainsworth Arms for food. Could only have Carvery as it was a Bank Holiday... so glad because I would only have ordered my safe bet usual off the menu.. three Of us had the Carvery, and picked the larger plates...More
Been here a few times. Chris with the hairnet, was the carver. Friendly but professional. Worked really hard whilst we waited our turn. Offered us the full choice of meats. Good really good. Coffee machine not working, but staff tried really hard to accommodate
Visit the Ainsworth fairly regularly. Spacious interior and well maintained. Serves real ale. Up to three guests (I've had Blackedege, Saltaire, Reedley Hallows, Se7enBrothers and Irwell Works among others) along side regulars from Moorhouses and a Wainwright. Good service. Occasional live music from local performers....More
I frequented this pub for many years when it was under the control of Pete and Tony. When these two left so did all the regulars. Now it has been refurbished to a high standard and should be a pleasant place to spend time, however...More
I cut my "going out" teeth in this pub. In its hay day you had to fight your way through the front door as it was so busy. Sadly it fell in to decline when the long standing landlord retired. Many managers came and went...More