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The Old New Inn, Marsden

Sadly this pub is now closed. It has been converted to housing!

16 Dec 2009 10:31

White Rock Hotel, Hastings

We stayed at the White Rock Hotel for our last night on our walk from Redhill to Hastings. We were a bit nervous as we had been warned that Hastings a bit rough in places, but we really felt comfortable and at home in this hotel. In their café bar, overlooking the sea, there was a choice of four excellent real ales and a flexible range of snacks and meals to suit any needs. The décor in our 1st floor double room was great with a large flat screen TV and a big bath, at last! Altogether it was the best value for money on our 6 night’s holiday and we would heartily recommend it.

16 Apr 2008 00:18

The George, Robertsbridge

We stopped for lunch at this pub last week while on our walking holiday to Hastings. The beer was in good condition and the choice of food delightful. The friendly landlady, Jane, found space for us to put our wet and muddy clothes and made us feel most welcome. Well done.

16 Apr 2008 00:01

The Rose and Crown, Burwash

We stayed at the Rose and Crown last week on our walking holiday from Redhill to Hastings. The beer was good and the food was excellent. We had wild garlic soup, with the wild garlic collected from the woods by the chef herself. For us walkers who had been smelling the herb all day this was a real delight. The double room was warm and clean.

15 Apr 2008 23:50

The Middle House Hotel, Mayfield

We stayed at the Middle House Hotel last week on our walk from Redhill to Hastings. The beer was good, the food was expensive but worth it, and the people were very friendly. The room had a real 4 poster bed, was warm and clean. We would have preferred a bath not a shower for our tired limbs, but that the only negative.

15 Apr 2008 23:37

Wheatsheaf, Crowborough

We had lunch at the Wheatsheaf last week on our walk from Redhill to Hastings. The beer was excelent, food good, people very friendly.

They do B&B so maybe next time we will sleep there too.

15 Apr 2008 23:29

The Hay Waggon Inn, Hartfield

We stayed at the Hay Waggon last week on our walk from Redhill to Hastings. The beer was good, food good, people friendly. The room was across the yard, but warm clean and well furnished. It wasn't cheap, but we would happily recommend this to others.

15 Apr 2008 23:22

The George Hotel, Battle

We stayed at the George Hotel last week for two nights. It actually is quite a nice place to stay, but IT HAS NO BAR! It may well have had a bar once, but the whole ground floor has been converted into a separate Italian Restaurant. As I say, we have no problem with the hotel, but we planned our walking holiday to actually stay in pubs. This is no longer a pub and it was quite a disappointment to us.

15 Apr 2008 23:07

The Cross Keys Inn, Uppermill

Got up there on a Tuesday lunch time at the end of March. It was quite busy and the new landlord friendly. Lees bitter and food quite good. Will certainly be going there again.

15 Apr 2008 22:33

The Cross Keys Inn, Uppermill

This was one of our favourite pubs until it closed for refurbishment a few months ago. Gas anyone tried it since it reopened?

10 Mar 2008 19:18

The Buffet Bar, Stalybridge

We often walk there Tuesday lunch times; and always enjoy wide selection of real ales, and traditional pub food. Where else can you get every sort of pie with every sort of peas and beans, including black peas. Great value and handy for a walk allong the canal to Greenfield, return by rail.

10 Mar 2008 19:01

The Cross Inn, Heptonstall

Good beer, several real ales and good food when available. But, we walk on Tuesdays and they do not always do food Tuesday lunch times. None-the-less a great location for walks in the area.

10 Mar 2008 18:10

The White House, Littleborough

Set high on the moor, right on the Pennine Way and on the road between Rochdale and Halifax, makes this pub popular with both walkers and those popping out in their cars for a nice meal with amazing views. Great menu of home cooked meals and wide selection of real ales. We use use this pub regularly on walks from Hollingworth Lake and Todmorden.

21 Feb 2007 14:24

The Strawbury Duck, Entwistle

Serves good value food and beer all lunchtimes in a lovely setting on a chain of reservoirs. Makes this a great aiming point for long and short rambles, starting for example from Jumbles or Darwen. Enjoyed a great lunch there just last week. Hot baguettes tasty and great value. Interesting beer from local Bolton Brewery.

21 Feb 2007 14:08

The Diggle Hotel, Diggle

Serves good value food and beer all lunchtimes in a lovely valley setting, below the Pennine Way. Makes this a great aiming point for long and short rambles starting from Uppermill or Marsden.

21 Feb 2007 13:53

The Pack Horse Inn, Affetside

Good food and good beer in this friendly pub. They serve food weekday lunchtimes, so it is one we often enjoy on walks starting from Bury or Jumbles.

21 Feb 2007 13:44

The Kings Arms, Grains Bar

Good food and reasonable beer in good walking area. Serves food on weekday lunchtimes so we use it often on rambles between Delph and Shaw.

21 Feb 2007 13:37

The Navigation Inn, Dobcross

Friendly pub serving great food and good walking area.
Serves several real ales, notably Dobcross Bitter from Greenfield Brewery, excellent.
And their homemade soup and roll a real bargain. Probably our favourite pub in Saddleworth area.

21 Feb 2007 11:01

Hanging Gate, Diggle

Friendly pub, lunchtime eating, surrounded by great walking.
Beer, Deuchars IPA 4.4% enjoyed by us all. Good menu.

21 Feb 2007 10:51

The Gun Inn, Hollingworth

Not a gret pub, but comfortable and friendly, reasonable food. Beers, Theakstons, Wells Bombardier, Boddingtons. Main attraction for us is that it does food weekday lunchtime and on the Tameside trail. A great walk across the moors from Mossley.

21 Feb 2007 10:38

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