Robin Hood Inn
Robin Hood Inn pub sign
“The old Robin Hood Inn is Cragg Vale’s oldest village pub providing open fires, real ales and very good wines seven days every week.”
“We offer real ale guest beers as well as our Timothy Taylor Landlord & Best.”
“We welcome families, small groups of ramblers, caravanners - and well behaved dogs.”
“Artworks by local artists are displayed around the inn, and most are for sale.”

The old Robin Hood Inn has been in business since around 1800. It is a convivial Yorkshire village pub with welcoming open fires, hand-pumped real ales, quality wines, speciality lagers and home made PUB FOOD! Click on MENU to see typical fare. Food is served Thursday to Saturday inclusive from 12:30 to 8.00 PM, and Sundays from 12:30 to 4:00 PM.

TELEPHONE 01422 885899

Open 7 days a week: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00 to midnight and Thursday through Sunday 12:00 until midnight. There is a regular bus service from Hebden Bridge - Route C leaving from Hope Street and Albert Street, and also from the railway station - and they run until late.

The Robin Hood Inn Country Pub & Eatery

Your hosts are Roger and Elva Wood. The pub quiz night is on Wednesdays each week from 9:30. Participation is not required for getting served, so do come and join us round the fire.

The pub is 1.5 miles up from Mytholmroyd, on the B6138 main road running between Mytholmroyd and Blackstone Edge. Call in and enjoy the welcoming informal atmosphere, open fires, freshly prepared good pub food, real ales and quality wines. Oh, and the crac is excellent if you’ve a mind to make one in!

We also host a constantly changing exhibition of original artworks by local artists hung around the pub and dining room. Details of a typical exhibition and the artists can be found by clicking here - ARTS SPACE EXHIBITIONS.

We support our village social life by making a community room available to local groups to meet or entertain in a friendly atmosphere. It’s ideal for meetings, small parties and talks etc. This is attached to but separate from the licensed premises, having its own entrance, loo and small kitchen etc. Please ask.

To view a map and simple directions please CLICK HERE

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