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Reviews - Robinhood Inn

3Self Classified Small Hotel Ratings explained
. , Hebden Bridge, HX7 8QR
The historic Robin Hood Inn makes the perfect West Yorkshire base, ideal for walking, and serving a wide range of Yorkshire real ales, with a succulent menu choice, including our famous Sunday Lunches. There are many wooded walks within a short distance of The Robin Hood Inn, and we're just 2 miles from The Pennine Way and only 100 yards from The Calderdale Way. We're also ideally placed for Hebden Bridge, and just 1 mile from beautiful wooded Hardcastle Crags, and only 4 miles from Bronte country and Haworth. Halifax is also just a short drive away, offering attractions such as Eureka, the Childrens Museums and historic Piece Hall.

The inn was originally a coaching inn dating back to the 17th Century. Legends abound around the inn, including St Thomas a-Becket drinking from the well. Pecket Well was originally called Becket Well. The setting around the inn offers splendid views across the Pennines. Guests can also relax in our Beer Garden with drinks and great food.
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86% recommended this accommodation to a friend 86% would stay again
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A proper pub
Accommodation was good, though the level of maintenance in the bathroom was below standard - some lights didn't work, and the radiator in the bathroom needed bleeding. The beer was very good as was the breakfast we had there. There is a very attractive dining room. The staff are friendly and outgoing.

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Duncan P

From Marcillac-Lanville, France
Who stayed in January 2013

Couple

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great if yr remaking frankenstein and hunting the location for the unwary travellers
Staff initially friendly and after a long delay served fab evening meal...fish pie for us....down hill after that..heart stopping breakfast...but not in a good way....excess fat and salt ..no choice of continental or fish...accommodation expensive ,bleak....all black room,nasty fumes and internal door banged all night..if you survived that ..there were beams for the unwary....surly staff turned friendly at paying up time....too late ...they lost out on another evening meal for two...we felt unwelcome and ripped of...recommended for the suicidal.

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A Potrykus

From Selby, England
Who stayed in November 2012

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High altitude pub with attitude!
Fantastic ,quirky pub accommodation 1000ft above Hebden Bridge. Good food, service and friendly.
I would paint whole inside white and get rid of the monkeys though.

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i wilson

From Scotland
Who stayed in October 2012

Couple

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