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Amazing place. Beautiful open fires, always warm and cosy inside. Friendly staff. Beautiful room. Everywhere very clean. A relaxed atmosphere, historical place and lovely surroundings. Food was amazing, starting from the breakfast. You can tell they use local fresh produce. We will definitely return again...More
I'll start with a positive the waitress provided superb friendly service. Nothing was too much bother. However, the "posh" scampi was appalling tasteless mush. 8 tiny pieces oversized chips and dehydrated mushy peas. Very expensive and poor. Meat platter was better but overly priced. Sadly...More
A lovely building full of history would have love to stayed a bit longer but after buying 4 drinks at the cost of £22.65 would need to sell my kidney for another round of drinks shocking prices I am sure that was the reason it...More
If you are in Haworth then you must visit the Old Hall. Dating back to the 1600s it's absolutely beautiful. The staff are friendly and efficient and the food is good. Didn't stay there but we popped in most days! Dog friendly too
We came back here - the last time was 8 years ago. It didn't disappoint. The food was delicious, beautifully presented and served on hot plates. We're staying in Haworth for a week and have now made a reservation for our last night on Friday
Having been here twice in the last week I felt the need to comment how good the choice of beer is and the quality of the pint. Really enjoyed the Sneck Lifter. Young barman very friendly, informative and made to feel very welcome - it...More
With its own car park (a priceless asset in Haworth) and wheelchair access, the Old Hall, which sits at the bottom end of Haworth's famed cobbled street, offers an impressive and contemporary selection of drinks; whether your weakness leans towards real ales, imported lagers, wines...More
A Public House which charges London prices.... expensive food and indifferent beer... that is if you could get the right thing... I asked for the Standard Bitter and was poured a Shandy.... send 3/4d we are going to a dance...