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.
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.
117 East Parade,
Tel: 07428 726668 / 07765 557192