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The Old Ship, Brighouse - pub details

Address: 34 Bethel Street, Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 1JN [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Brighouse (0.3 miles), Deighton (2.8 miles), Halifax (3.6 miles)

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Real ale lovers who appreciate the Ship will also be pleased to learn that the Brighouse Real Ale Trail now has a new member.

It is the Pear Tree Inn at nearby Norwood Green. Typically it has very well-kept standards such as Teltey's and Timothy Taylor's landlord, but also charming guests such as Castle Rock Harvest Pale, Hobgoblin and so on.

The pub has been tastefully redecorated in much lighter, airier style, and features fresh-cut flowers along with a now-delightful beer garden.

The atmosphere is intended for the genial and well-mannered, and I cannot commend the staff highly enough for doing what is needed to preserve that.
eddybeer - 24 Aug 2016 17:51
Great for a couple of pints before your very hard to beat curry, at Hussain's round the corner, which is one of the best in the land (and I'm well travelled in that vein). A la carte or buffet. The pub's own food is well above average too.

Excellent selection of real ales, friendly staff and customers, pleasantly lived-in, characterful building.
eddybeer - 31 Mar 2014 17:15
Bit tatty inside but does that really matter? I didn't eat there but the food prices looked very good value. Black Horse's Old Ship ale at 5.5% and 2.90 was good and brewed especially for the pub I was told. I was offered a taster without asking, which I think is a sign of good service.
Killian42 - 14 Oct 2012 16:08
Truly first-rate establishment. The staff have a sensitivity to what's good in food, drink and atmosphere that's a real privilege from which to benefit. Understandably, in turn the pub attracts customers who appreciate these things, so your chances of striking up a genuinely interesting and informative conversation are better here than anywhere else locally, I'd say. Substantial, traditional structure in an old building, with some tasteful modern touches.
eddybeer - 15 Apr 2012 21:11
Bit chilly on a cold February day as the heating had bust, but the welcome was warm and the locals friendly. A good selection of well kept beers, most of which were micro-breweries I hadn't encountered before, from Rossendale and Wigan. Food was hearty stuff reasonably priced and the young bar lady very pleasant and knowledgable about the beer.
JBGatelad - 9 Feb 2012 11:23

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