Great local pub…

At the very heart of the village, adjacent to St Mary’s Church, is the award-winning Lord Nelson: a friendly and inviting 17th Century coaching house with a beautiful, if hidden, garden for the summer and cosy fires in the winter. The pub was a favourite of Bramwell Bronte, the only brother of Charlotte, Emily and Anne, during his time as a clerk on the Leeds and Manchester Railway in charge of Luddendenfoot Station.

Whether you choose to drink al fresco in the Lord Nelson’s hidden garden, soaking up the summer sun, or cosy up by the fireside in the winter, this historic pub offers an authentic Yorkshire experience.

Beyond the village, Calderdale offers a fine range of dining options, from cosy cafes to gourmet restaurants, ensuring that every palate is catered for. Enjoy local ales, sample fresh farm-to-table dishes, or indulge in afternoon tea in a scenic setting.

“By the Beck” places you in the perfect position to explore, taste, and enjoy all that this culinary region has to offer. Come for the walks, stay for the food, and make memories that will last a lifetime in Calderdale.

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