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The White House, Littleborough - pub details

Address: Halifax Road, Blackstone Edge, Littleborough, Lancashire, OL15 0LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30925) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Littleborough (2.3 miles), Smithy Bridge (3.3 miles), Walsden (3.9 miles)

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Moorcock, Littleborough (1.0 miles), Summit, Littleborough (1.5 miles), Red Lion, Littleborough (1.9 miles)

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This pub is well worth a visit.. Location,food,cask ales cannot be faulted. If you are on the M 62 find it.
cheekypheasant - 20 Nov 2013 20:54
Have used this pub on several occasions and never been disappointed, good value meals and well kept real ales along with friendly staff makes this a good choice pub. Set in lovely surroundings a visit here is a must.
bellevueace - 12 May 2013 15:19
While not dirt cheap the prices here are reasonable and value for money. Some of the (several) rooms are a bit bleak though and it's as well to arrive early and claim one of the premium tables. Moorland location that can be very chilly nine months in the year but spectacular if you like moorland scenery. Beer is usually well kept.
TheGuiltyOne - 26 Jan 2011 15:19
A nice country pub in a remote location out on the moors. 4 well kept cask ales available, good food and friendly staff. Various large rooms so plenty of space. Well worth a visit. Despite its remote location, the 528 bus stops outside so no excuse!
alexw - 28 Dec 2010 11:36
No reservations necessary for parties of less than 6 (I called before going). Had a lovely venison steak in a pepper sauce and partner's roast pork was delicious. Beer wise everything was golden, much of a muchness, with probably the Chinook shading the Theakstons Best.

Incredibly rugged and beautiful surroundings make this a must visit if you are in the area.
JonW999 - 3 May 2010 17:05

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