- 11 guest reviews
"Clean, warm well appointed room, the bed was very comfortable and the room quiet. Evening meal in the bar was first class with good range of..."
"Room was lovely, spotlessly clean and good facilities with some lovely touches. The breakfast however was a huge disappointment. Cornflakes!..."
"Staff were very helpful could not do enough for you food was well cooked and nicely presented. Will look at a return visit...."
"We arrived to check in to our room at 5.30. We entered the pub and checked in with the bar manager, who was very friendly. After being shown..."
About the hotel
Just miles from the M62 corridor nestled in the quaint village of Stainland overlooking the idyllic Pennine hills, 1885 the Restaurant, Pub & Guest Rooms lie within elegant seclusion amidst its rustic surroundings. The family run restaurant & pub is sophisticated but unassuming, with a relaxed and informal ambience, a warm and personal service, and consistently fabulous food. Near Fixby Golf Club one of the finest golf courses in England, Shibden Valley with Shibden Park and Shibden Hall, The Yorkshire Sculpture Park with its stunning views, Hebden Bridge, the gateway to Bronte Country, or have a stroll round the surrounding valleys and Eureka the national childrens museum for big and little kids! Our newly renovated rooms will accommodate a range of needs; be it a cosy bed & breakfast, a sumptuous bridal suite, or even a large room for board meetings or cocktail parties.
We are very mindful of guests’ privacy, and so have created an entirely separate part of the building, accessible only to those staying with us. Guests will have their own key for a separate external door, and so can enjoy the complete exclusivity of the rooms. Dining with us in the restaurant and don’t fancy the drive home? You can always book a room for the night! We have no minimum stay rule. Or if you are looking for a weekend away in the beautiful Calder valley, our en-suite bedrooms may be just what you need. We will continue the 1885 culinary tradition by serving a sumptuous continental breakfast, 1885 style! This will be included in the price of the room. At weekends we will also have our delicious ‘Full Yorkshire Breakfast’ available to order in the Pub. It’s not to be missed!
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast to go
- In room entertainment
- TV, CD Player
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room
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- From 17:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Clean, warm well appointed room, the bed was very comfortable and the room quiet.
Evening meal in the bar was first class with good range of choices, breakfast was delivered to the room in a picnic hamper and was more than I could eat. Staff were friendly and efficient. Would definitely stay again
Room was lovely, spotlessly clean and good facilities with some lovely touches.
The breakfast however was a huge disappointment. Cornflakes!. ( does anyone actually eat cornflakes any more?) a Granny Smith Apple (hardly breakfast food) and a tiny black banana. There was barely enough milk for 2 and a croissant filled with ham and cheese, yes I know this is continental but not everyone eats cheese. It would have been better to have a separate packet with the ham and cheese and a pot of jam to give people a choice. The dinner we had in the pub however was absolutely delicious, would definitely eat there again.