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Rose and Crown, Huddersfield - pub details

Address: 3 The Village, Thurstaston, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD4 6XU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38497) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brockholes (0.9 miles), Stocksmoor (1.3 miles), Honley (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.3/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Rock, Brockholes (0.9 miles), White Hart, New Mill (1.0 miles), Travellers Rest, Brockholes (1.2 miles), Wooldale Arms, Wooldale (1.3 miles), Golden Cock, Farnley Tyas (1.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of Rose and Crown, Huddersfield

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I don't think the last reviewer could have meant Richard the owner, who is charming and the perfect host. There is a new barman who the lest said about the better. Still a great pub but the newly refurbished Cock is going to do well if getting a pint can be such a chore. New menu is very good, terrific value and the new chef is brilliant. As has been the case for a long while the real ale range is extensive and very very well kept.

Alisondoyle - 17 Aug 2012 20:14
Visited this pub recently as our nearest local is shut for refurbishment. Shocking service. Barman (possibly could even be the owner) was surly and unfriendly. He spent most of his time outside and we couldn't get served. Only time he spent any significant time in the pub was when he was eating his dinner at the bar. On the plus side, the food was delicious but we won't be coming back.
Lorraines - 17 Aug 2012 18:46
Nice pint of Brass Monkey Golden Langur. Food was OK, and also has Sky Sports.
oftenscore6 - 2 Jul 2012 10:26
This pub is in the village of THURSTONLAND near Huddersfield. In a wonderful setting of a tiny village perched in the hills above Holmfirth. The pub is popular with locals and real ale enthusiasts from further afield. Wednesday evening hosts the quiz at 9.30 followed by a card game, Friday is the very popular fish night, Saturdays often has a band on and Sundays serves Roast lunch through the day and there is a quiz at 8.30 pm. Food is very good and portions are generous. However the real gem at the heart of this pub is the fantastic range of 8 real ales, most changing each week but usually on is Brass Monkey Bitter and Bradfield Farmers Blonde.
potters - 26 May 2010 14:26

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