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The Foresters Inn, Lower Cumberworth - pub details

Address: 2 Shelley Woodhouse Lane, Lower Cumberworth, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD8 8PH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30619) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Denby Dale (1.7 miles), Shepley (1.7 miles), Stocksmoor (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Dalesman, Denby Dale (0.7 miles), White Hart, Denby Dale (0.7 miles), Star Inn, Upper Cumberworth (1.0 miles), Yates's, Huddersfield (1.0 miles), Three Horse Shoes, Huddersfield (1.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Foresters Inn, Lower Cumberworth

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5 most recent reviews of 17 shown - see all reviews

Bad news im afraid. Pub closed again about 6 weeks ago. Shame as staff, food, beer and atmosphere was all good. Fingers crossed it re-opens shortly. Seems to be getting into a bit of a cycle. Worry is everytime it closes that it isn't going to re-open, but thats the same with any pub today.
cmsxjc - 17 Aug 2012 08:33
after visiting this pub over the weekend i can honestly say we really enjoyed ourselfs, as soon as we walked in we were made to feel welcome. we sat in the restaurant side of the pub which was very nicely decorated. after a hard choice we all decided what we were eating and all thought the food was outstanding, the service was faultless and all staff made sure we had everything we needed even though they seemed short on staff. my farther really enjoys his real ales and was very happy with the 5 choices he had, (i think he almost tried them all).
for what we had i thought it was reasonable also considering the quality of the food and drink. we will definitely be visiting again soon. wish the new owners all the best.
bopbop - 13 Sep 2011 18:24
Visited this newly reopened pub last week for a beer. Real ale quality good though range limited and not as locally sourced as alleged on the printed menu! Not tried the food. Pub seems very dark internally - low lighting throughout - and in consequence rather gloomy. I sat in a corner and they immediately turned on some tinny and rather too loud piped music. Rather than ask them to put it off as it was annoying me I drank up and left. Menu looks boring and slightly on the expensive side. May go again if passing by but not at all impressed by previous people running it and not too impressed by the new people so far. Let's see how it develops.
wppclarke - 6 Sep 2011 02:12
The pub reopened 21st August 2011. Really nice people running the pub. Good beer and really excellent food. Fingers crossed and its early days, but the signs are promising. Currently two real ales, smiths, 3 lagers, guiness, etc. Wine of the month, 10 for red, white or rose. Food very very good indeed. They also have the Wheatsheaf and Little Gomersal.

Lunch is 6.50 (Mon-Sat 12-2). Mains in evenings 10, starters 5 (Mon Sat 6-10). Food quality and quantity really superb. Sunday (12-6) 9 1 course 12 for 2 or 15 for 3. I doubt anyone wouldn't want a pudding, but equally doubt you'd be able to manage one.

I'll post an update later, but things definately seem on the up.


cmsxjc - 27 Aug 2011 21:42
Looks like its opening soon. Will post a review (hopefully positive) in the near future.
cmsxjc - 31 Jul 2011 10:50

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