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Robin Hood Inn, Hebden Bridge - pub details

Address: Cragg Road, Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 5SQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33080) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mytholmroyd (1.5 miles), Hebden Bridge (2.2 miles), Sowerby Bridge (3.5 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Hinchcliffe Arms, Hebden Bridge (0.8 miles), Travellers Rest, Sowerby (1.2 miles), Shoulder of Mutton Inn, Mytholmroyd (1.3 miles), Alma Inn, Sowerby Bridge (1.9 miles)

 

user reviews of Robin Hood Inn, Hebden Bridge

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Proper freehouse. Highly rated characterful local pub, of a dying breed. Front small room to right full of friendly locals, good craic and real fire. Four ales; Taylors golden best and landlord. Two guest ales, for instance the local Vocation brewery was on at a very reasonable £2.50 a pint. Good homemade reasonable food too, in the room to the left.
brisk - 29 Oct 2015 17:01
THe current landlords are the owners and have been there about six months (possibly a bit more). Previously they had let it out to tenants.
The pub has improved since they started running it themselves. The guests beers are generally light and hoppy ones (and in good condition). The beers are very reasonably priced and they also have interesting lagers on draught, presumeably supplied by Clays at Elland.

Not tried the food but people I know say its good.

The first review on here is definitely for the "other" Robin Hood at Pecket Well

Riggy - 23 Mar 2010 15:04
I suspect that the previous comment refers to the Robin Hood Inn at Pecket Well, rather than the one at Cragg Vale.

The Robin Hood at Cragg Vale is a friendly community pub with a good choice of beer. When I recently visited, the guest beer was Abbeydale Moonshine (and all guests are at £2.10). The food looks good value - I particularly like the idea of an enormous bowl of chips to share amongst friends.

Slightly odd opening hours. 3pm from Monday - Wednesday, 12 noon other times. Served by the C Bus from Hebden Bridge. Dog friendly.
arihall - 7 Jan 2010 19:47
Visited the RH for the first time on Saturday. I’d booked a table for 6:00 but probably didn’t need to as it wasn’t that busy. That doesn’t mean it’s not a good place because we really enjoyed our meal. It seems like a typical Pennine pub that serves grub, not overly large and the dining areas are split into two areas either side. We ate ‘under the arch’ which is has two small and one large table and was cosier than the other, larger area. It had a ‘traditional’ menu such as steaks, chilli, casseroles, gammon, pies etc. Does a good selection of beers – I had TT Landlord, but noticed Black Sheep as well. Décor ‘interesting’ with a gorillas head atop a redcoats uniform, numerous local photos, and the odd curio. Mine host was pleasant and the waiting staff very friendly. Would definitely go again, maybe in summer when it would be nice to take in the views whilst having a beer outside. They also do rooms & near the Pennine Way.
PandL - 16 Feb 2009 13:02

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