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Timothy Taylor's Pubs

Every Timothy Taylor’s pub has a character of its own where you can enjoy a warm welcome, well kept beer and cosy surroundings. All of our pubs are Cask Marque accredited, and you’ll go a long way to find a better pint. Many of our pubs also do great food made with locally sourced ingredients. We also have some pubs with rooms if you fancy making a night of it.

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BOLTMAKERS ARMS, Keighley

BOLTMAKERS ARMS, Keighley

It may be the smallest pub in Keighley, but The Boltmakers Arms has everything you could want from a traditional Yorkshire pub. The Boltmakers Arms re-opened its doors in December 2016 after an extensive refurbishment.

Kathy and Craig Smith are running the pub along with daughter Laura. They have been tenants at the Goat’s Head in Steeton for the last 3 years and were approached by a few of their regulars who had heard that the Boltmakers’ tenancy was available. It seemed a perfect opportunity to take on another pub, particularly one with such a good reputation for cask ale that has been built up over the years by former tenant Phil Booth.

The Boltmakers Arms is a real community pub with sport on screens, a roaring fire and a well-kept range of Timothy Taylor’s finest ales. Definitely worth a visit and not far from Keighley station where the Keighley Worth Valley Railway operates from.

Boltmakers Arms,
117 East Parade,
Keighley,
BD21 5HX
Tel: 07428 726668 / 07765 557192
www.boltmakersarms.co.uk

WOOLLY SHEEP, SKIPTON

Set in the bustling market town of Skipton, this award-winning inn is the ideal choice for both drinking and dining. It boasts an excellent selection of cask ales as well as a mouth-watering menu of home cooked favourites with a modern twist. There are also twelve stylish en-suite bedrooms for those wishing to make the most of the area, with parking for residents at the rear. Last and by no means least, there is an enclosed beer garden for drinks in the sun.
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Woolly Sheep,
38 Sheep Street,
Skipton,
BD23 1HY
01756 700966

LORD RODNEY, KEIGHLEY

Keighley’s most historic surviving inn is anything but old fashioned.
Located on Church Green, this vibrant and sophisticated bar and kitchen is as popular for laid-back lunches as it is for evening dining.
Serving hand-prepared meals, including ever-changing specials, all made using locally sourced ingredients, you’re always in for atreat. You can even dine and drink alfresco thanks to a large urban beer garden.

Lord Rodney,
Church Green,
Keighley,
BD21 5HT
01535 603053

THE DEVONSHIRE, GRASSINGTON

The Devonshire, Grassington boasts a pleasing stone facade with higgledy piggledy windows and baby bays You instantly realise you have stumbled across a true gem in the heart of Grassington Square. Once inside you will surely not be disappointed. The Devonshire provides quality accommodation, excellent food, real ales, good company and exceptional service. This iconic village hotel is the newest pub in our estate and we have invested in refurbishing the hotel back to its former glory and created a brand new dining and drinking experience for all to share.

The Devonshire,
27 Main Street,
Grassington,
BD23 5AD
01756 752525

ROYAL OAK, RIPON

This beautifully renovated 18th century coaching inn has a tap room, dining area, patio area and accommodation. You’ll soon discover that its reputation for offering the best in food, drink and service is well founded. Look forward to a menu that combines old favourites and exciting new dishes with everything made using locally sourced ingredients. Not forgetting an equally impressive selection of cask ales and handpicked wines. And if you’re staying the night in one of the six stylish bedrooms, make sure you’re up for the hearty Yorkshire breakfast.

Royal Oak,
36 Kirkgate,
Ripon,
HG4 1PB
01765 602284

FLEECE INN, HAWORTH

This cosy, Yorkshire inn with traditional stone flagged floors is situated on Haworth’s cobbled main street. Seven en-suite rooms, award-winning cask ales, and great food served lunchtime and evenings every day, make the Fleece Inn an excellent place to stay. Whether you’re interested in exploring Brontë Country, are on a pilgrimage to see where The Railway Children was filmed, or simply want a well-earned getaway, you’ll always find a warm, Yorkshire welcome.

Fleece Inn,
67 Main Street,
Haworth,
BD22 8DA
01535 642172

TOWN HALL TAVERN, LEEDS

A warm welcome awaits at the Town Hall Tavern. Your home from home in the heart of Leeds, this friendly and relaxed pub has a vibrant interior while still maintaining its traditional heritage and charm. A favourite with everyone from shoppers to office workers to friends getting together for a pre-concert dinner. It offers fresh, locally sourced British food, traditional cask ales, cocktails and fine wines. What more could you ask for?

Town Hall Tavern,
17 Westgate,
Leeds,
LS1 1RA
0113 2440765

CROSSROADS INN, WAINSTALLS

This cosy village inn is set amid the bleak beauty of the high Pennine Moors. It’s perfectly situated for exploring the surrounding area, or simply enjoying the ever-changing panorama of the moorland from the comfort of the bar. Lunchtime and evening meals are served every day including the now famous Landlord Crunchy Chips. There are six comfortable en-suite rooms with a mix of twin, double and family rooms.

Crossroads Inn,
Mount Tabor Road,
Wainstalls,
HX2 7TB
01422 248151

DOG & GUN, OXENHOPE

This quaint, 17th century pub is perfectly placed, in the heart of Brontë Country, offering views aplenty with a cosy atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. Look out for the original well, which can be seen through a glass floor in one of their two restaurants, and warm yourself beside one of two open fires.

Dog & Gun,
Denholme Road,
Oxenhope,
BD22 9SG
01535 643159

GROUSE INN, OLDFIELD

With spectacular views across Top Withens, better known as Wuthering Heights, you can sit outside sipping your Timothy Taylor’s, enjoying one of the most dramatic vistas in Yorkshire, weather permitting of course! Inside you’ll find locally sourced food served all day, every day, and there’s even a function room for hire.

Grouse Inn,
Harehills Lane,
Oldfield,
BD22 0RX
01535 643073

BROWN COW INN, BINGLEY

After their enforced period of closure from the Boxing Day floods they are now enjoying buoyant trade for food and drink with new customers discovering them all the time. Nestled on the banks of the River Aire, the Brown Cow is a family friendly pub with a reputation for serving delicious, home-cooked food along with a range of Timothy Taylor’s beers. You won’t be short of entertainment, with live music on most weeks, as well as the pub quiz and free wi-fi for those working lunches.

Brown Cow Inn,
Ireland Bridge,
Bingley,
BD16 2QX
01274 564345

DOG & GUN, MALSIS

You’ll always find a warm welcome, superb home-cooked food, and a cracking pint of Timothy Taylor’s in this lovingly restored Yorkshire inn with a traditional atmosphere. There’s a roof terrace for when it’s sunny, and two roaring fires to chase the chills away in the darkest depths of winter.

Dog & Gun,
Colne Road,
Malsis,
BD20 8DS
01535 633855

WHITE SWAN, FENCE

The sleepy village of Fence has a secret; the White Swan’s truly exceptional food! The menu is planned from scratch every day and is dictated by the seasonal availability of fresh, locally sourced produce which has helped it win a Michelin Bib Gourmand award recently. Cosy inside, there’s also a patio at the front and roof terrace for those balmy summer evenings.

White Swan,
Wheatley Lane Road,
Fence,
BB12 9QA
01282 611773

HARE & HOUNDS, WADSWORTH

Sitting on the edge of the Calderdale Way, the Hare and Hounds is a typical Yorkshire country inn offering good homemade food and fine cask ales. Each of the five en-suite rooms has stunning, panoramic views and the Stoodley Pike monument can be seen across the valley from the patio. Given its dramatic setting, the Hare and Hounds is an idyllic base from which to explore Hebden Bridge, the Pennines and the surrounding countryside.

Hare & Hounds,
Billy Lane,
Wadsworth,
HX7 8TN
01422 842671

ROYAL OAK, KEIGHLEY

Looking for good food, great beer and unforgettable entertainment? Then head for the Royal Oak. Here you’ll discover an award-winning beer garden with table tennis, outdoor plasma screen, a bar and BBQ area. There’s also a menu that includes classic favourites. If you love sport then you’ll be a fan of this pub as it shows all the live sporting events you could wish for.

Royal Oak,
Damside,
Keighley,
BD21 1QD
01535 604084

WHITE HORSE, THORNTON

Full of traditional character, the White Horse sits within the beautiful, open countryside above the village of Thornton. Deep in the heart of Brontë Country (they were born in the village below) the views are naturally stunning. Food is served every lunchtime and evening, with fish being a particular speciality.

White Horse,
Well Heads,
Thornton,
BD13 3SJ
01274 834268

BOLTMAKERS ARMS, KEIGHLEY

It may be the smallest pub in Keighley, but The Boltmakers Arms has everything you could want from a traditional Yorkshire pub. The Boltmakers Arms re-opened its doors in December 2016 after an extensive refurbishment.

Kathy and Craig Smith are running the pub along with daughter Laura. They have been tenants at the Goat’s Head in Steeton for the last 3 years and were approached by a few of their regulars who had heard that the Boltmakers’ tenancy was available. It seemed a perfect opportunity to take on another pub, particularly one with such a good reputation for cask ale that has been built up over the years by former tenant Phil Booth.

The Boltmakers Arms is a real community pub with sport on screens, a roaring fire and a well-kept range of Timothy Taylor’s finest ales. Definitely worth a visit and not far from Keighley station where the Keighley Worth Valley Railway operates from.

Boltmakers Arms,
117 East Parade,
Keighley,
BD21 5HX
07428 726668 / 07765 557192

NEW INN, CONONLEY

The perfect village pub with low ceilings, exposed beams and a roaring fire in the winter. You can enjoy a meal with your pint of Timothy Taylor’s most lunchtimes and evenings, and the front patio and enclosed rear garden provide plenty of outdoor space. The first floor is given over to a cosy function room.

New Inn,
Main Street,
Cononley,
BD20 8NR
01535 636302

ALBERT HOTEL, KEIGHLEY

With all the grandeur of a Victorian tavern, including a distinctive circular bar, the Albert Hotel is the perfect spot for leisurely drinks. Challenge your drinking partner to a game of darts or take advantage of the pool table to see who will triumph – and if you’re planning a party, why not book the upstairs room?

Albert Hotel,
Bridge Street,
Keighley,
BD21 1AA
01535 602306

BURLINGTON ARMS, KEIGHLEY

When it comes to the Burlington Arms, family run is an understatement. The Peacocks have been running this popular market pub for over 30 years, and they’ll give you the same warm, Yorkshire welcome that they’ve been giving regulars for all that time. Play pool inside or make the most of the patio at the front.

Burlington Arms,
Market Street,
Keighley,
BD21 5AD
01535 603320