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. A former 'Pub of the Year Award-winner', The Robin Hood 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.
All our rooms offer comfortable accommodation and have tea and coffee making facilities and TV's. Room choice includes spacious family ensuite rooms sleeping up to four, double ensuite rooms and a twin room with a separate private bathroom. Single occupancy is welcome.
A wholesome full English breakfast is served in our restaurant area and will certainly set you up for the day.
Our mouthwatering menu is quite extensive and suitable for all tastes and appetite. Where possible we source all meat and fish locally and home cook to a very high standard.
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 1/2 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.
You will find us on the A6033 Keighley/Haworth road: 1 mile from Hebden Bridge, 100 yards from the Calderdale Way, ½ mile from Hardcastle Crags, 2 miles from the Pennine Way and only 4 miles from Bronte Country and Haworth.