Warm hospitality, excellent food and good beer, what more can a man ask for. Even the toilets are smelling sweet. Open fire and lack of background music make this place special.
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Lovely location, great service, nice friendly staff, pleasant atmosphere. Best Sunday lunch I have had in ages, the beef was beautifully cooked.
I have been visiting this pub for years and a couple of years ago moved to Jack Bridge, an hour's walk over the hill. Perfect for a Saturday or Sunday lunchtime visit. We got on well with Jonathan, the former landlord and were very sorry...More
A remote pub in the Pennine hills, well worth the effort of finding. Excellent home cooking combined with fast and friendly service, modest prices and lovely surroundings. Highly recommended!
We have not been to this remote moorland pub on a quiet scenic country road for over a year. It stands out on its on in the high Pennines , and is popular with walkers (the Pennine Way National Trail runs close by) , cyclists,...More
Food served from 12:00. No menus, all the offerings are written on a chalk board above the bar. We wanted a light snack, or sandwich. Unfortunately all the meals were main "evening meal" type dishes. Whilst we were there a couple came in and asked...More
Popped in to see the old photographs of the area and to have an excuse to drive along the beautiful tiny road with all its twists and turns. Amazing selection of single malts which sadly had to decline ... the hairpin bends are scary enough!
We visited on 20th May - our review delayed by problems downloading photos from the camera. After a lovely walk around the beautiful and isolated Widdop Reservoir we sought sustenance at The Pack Horse, arriving just as they were opening at 12 noon. The welcome...More