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The Cross Roads Inn, Cross Roads - pub details

Address: Halifax Rd, Cross Roads, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22 9BG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24069) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Keighley (2.7 miles), Crossflatts (4.1 miles), Bingley (4.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Cross Roads Inn, Cross Roads

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On our last visit on a bitter march night the real fire was very welcome, as was the general atmosphere. The place is bedding in a bit now, with pictures on the walls and the landlord's Alsatian sprawled on the hearth. Beer remains truly excellent - we tried every pump - and the locals were friendly and chatty. Well worth a visit.
Albert_Campion - 17 May 2007 17:14
Had a visit on Boxing Day. The Copper Dragon beer is wonderful - some of the best I've ever had, especially the Golden Pippin. The new landlord is just settling in, and there are no pictures at all on the walls yet, which makes the pub feel a bit soul-less. I did, however, like the new angled cushions on the wall next to the bar for punters to lean on. Nice idea. Once the rest of the interior gets sorted, this pub'll be a gem. Shame the acid-etched windows went with the refit.
Albert_Campion - 2 Jan 2007 16:13
Had a mixed recent history, this pub. Our last visit (a couple of years ago) was about 3 minutes long due to the overpowering stench of toilets. The latest episode nearly had it demolished and turned into a bloody mini supermarket. Fortunately, it's been bought and refurbed by the splendid Copper Dragon Brewery of Skipton. Huzzah!
Albert_Campion - 27 Oct 2006 14:05
Decent boozer with 6 handpumps, unfortunatley no longer sells real beer
alewhale - 1 Jan 2006 17:00

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