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The Fleece Hotel Bar & Restaurant, Barkisland - pub details

Fleece Hotel Bar & Restaurant
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Address: Ripponden Bank, Barkisland, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX4 0DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5736) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thefleecehotel.com

Nearest train stations Sowerby Bridge (2.5 miles), Slaithwaite (4.5 miles), Mytholmroyd (4.6 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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Old Bridge Inn, Ripponden (0.5 miles), Queens Hotel, Sowerby Bridge (0.5 miles), Millbank, Sowerby Bridge (1.1 miles), Moorcock Inn, Norland (1.2 miles), Malthouse, Rishworth (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of The Fleece Hotel Bar & Restaurant, Barkisland

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

As an added note to diners (apologies to the true site users), this establishment has a sister undertaking in West Vale called The Catch.

It describes itself as a Seafood Restaurant.

I have to say, that for all the presentation and marketing, it is essentially a sit-down fish-and-chips venue with some extras, very much in the Yorkshire tradition.

I'm sure that it is fine for the locals, hardened by decades of beef dripping, but the quayside at St. Malo it is not.
eddybeer - 6 Dec 2016 08:28
As said, the beers and food are good, though rather still in the Yorkshire pub food tradition as it stands today.

It isn't cheap, which is fair enough for the quality, but that in turn all too often brings in the loudmouth New Money Yorkshiremen, who want to show off how moneyed and important they think themselves to be.

A prize, silly, local Yorkshire arsehoIe summoned the long suffering and very polite waiters by snapping his fingers in the air while we were there. If only the young gentleman had thrown the food over the clown's head and told him to shove it, then I'd have given him a decent job with my firm there and then.
eddybeer - 5 Jan 2016 15:46
Gone away from being a boozer, more high-class food etc, very expensively done-up (£1m apparently). Bar’s a bit wine bar-ish and doesn’t invite you to linger. Nice seating area outside with great view, for the 3 days a year it’s warm and still enough.
£3.20/pint, 3 different beers, supposedly always locals. Last night were Landlord, Nettlethrasher and Osset Yorkshire Blonde. Nettlethrasher and Osset in good condition. Food good but dear and you don’t get much.

Richardhuddleston - 14 Jun 2013 14:03
A large managed Greene King pub. Really good food and generous portions. There's a beer garden and first floor decking area which give great views of the surrounding countryside. Excellent on a sunny Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
There's even a separate kids room with a couple of xboxes for the kids and a TV/DVD player for showing films on.
Only a couple of real ales on (since it's Greene King) but both were kept well and enjoyable to drink.
Well worth a visit in the evenings or at the weekend, and plenty big enough inside if the weather is not so good.
Amnesiac - 10 Sep 2011 14:17

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