Marsh, Cleckheaton - pub details
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Commercial, Cleckheaton (0.1 miles), Obediah Brooke, Cleckheaton (0.1 miles), Old House At Home, Cleckheaton (0.1 miles), Wickham Arms, Cleckheaton (0.1 miles), George, Cleckheaton (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|i went to this pub last yr and ended up leaving before i ordered because the person i saw was quite rude and i felt like i was putting her out, i thought i would try the pub again last week as everyone deserves a second chance and this time i stayed but i was really really disappointed and i wont be giving the place a third chance, some of the bar staff i have to say were nice, but the ones that came accross as being in charge were quite rude and i felt very uncomfortable at times, it was a "clicky" place if you know what i mean and i think your face fits or it dosen't, maybe just for locals, i had my 5 yr old daughter with me and i would say the place is definitly not child or family friendly, so give it a wide birth if you have kids id say, the place comes across as been for older people who just want a quiet drink, definitly not for me. |
sosij - 3 Nov 2011 16:56
|A rare beast indeed, an Old Mill Brewery tied house. Always busy when I visit. Up to five Old Mill beers on including the seasonal specials. Recommeded.|
zipdiskdude - 14 Sep 2010 13:33
|well what can you say about this pub its a very wellcoming pub has great beers and a very good atmosphere also had sky sports on showing rugby when i visited definetly a 9 out of 10 pub the old mill bitter was a really nice pint I will definetly be visiting this pub again one of the best ive been in recently |
tench1230 - 2 Mar 2008 09:14
|Essentially a street corner local on the main road to the south of the town centre. Smart, cosy, friendly; beers are from the Old Mill brewery, but whilst well-kept weren't really to my personal taste. Certainly worth a visit though.|
Rich66 - 21 Feb 2006 22:05