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Bells Steakhouse
Silkstone
The History of The Bells Steakhouse.The "Bells" has very much been at the heart of the Parish of Silkstone through generations. The original building dates back to the very early 1800's and first became a Public House named "The Six Ringers" in the mid 1800's. Early reference to this is made in that in January of 1843 Mr Davies from West Yorkshire lectured at "The Six Ringers Inn" on Trade Unionism and James Wilson was the first to be enrolled.The story of "The Bells" from this early date is told in the theme and style of the extensive yet sympathetic renovations carried out in the creation of "The Bells Steakhouse".William Hayes the Blacksmith to the Clarke family, who owned the local coal mines and resided at Noblethorpe Hall, can be seen pounding his anvil in the carefully recreated forge with his furnace burning brightly fuelled by locally mined Clarke's coal.The six bells from which the original Public House gained its name can be seen peeling gracefully in "The Bell Tower" dining area with the Gargoyles staring mischievously down on our guests."The Waggonway" dining room recounts on its walls the journey, via horse drawn railway tubs, of coal mined in the Silkstone pits to the Barnby Basin at Cawthorne.Local children can be seen enthusiastically collecting their miners lamps before beginning their shift and returning many hours later with weary coal blackened faces."The Belfry" proudly boasts a scale model of the magnificent "Minster of The Moors" with its 80ft tower housing the six bells. The walls are adorned with pictures of the church and it's grounds. Peer through the Gothic windows to view the bells up close.Many more features and artefacts can be seen during your visit. We look forward to welcoming you to "The Bells Experience" ** Over 12’s Dining Policy - Children over the age of 12 are allowed in the main dining area - however younger children and families can be accommodated in our Belfry area (unless booked).
Spencer Arms
Cawthorne
The Spencer Arms, Cawthorne was built in 1720 and is now one of South Yorkshire's best Gastro-Pubs located in this beautiful village (listed in the Domesday Book) at the foot of the Pennine Hills.Behind the village lies Cannon Hall, a grand country estate with gardens and lakes by Capability Brown.Recently, the pub has been given a unique make-over, combining a mixture of olde world charm on the exterior, with a contemporary, stylish interior.Still retaining the intimate cosy nature of a local pub, with open fires and candles, the pub now makes a perfect place to meet, eat and drink with family, friends or business colleagues.Our new Managing Partner, Edward Worsley, exemplifies what the pub is all about “I want to create a special atmosphere inside the pub – somewhere people can relax, have some great food, good wine… or some of our real ale!”.With our fantastic new menu and gourmet evenings, the pub is now serving some of the best food in the area.
Saville Square
Hoyland Common
Here at Saville Sqaure we have endeavoured to create a warm home from home atmosphere, where real food at affordable prices is available seven days a week, for whatever mood you, or you and your friends are in. it has been our goal to offer a smart, social and stylish bar offering quality food in an informal environment.You can count on us for excellent food, drink, service and an ambiance to suit whatever mood you are in. whether you visit for a coffee and cake, lunch, a grazing date with friends or a celebratory meal for two, Saville Sqaure offers it all. We offer all our customers;A stylish and comfortable venueA relaxed eating and drinking environmentInnovative and freshly prepared foodA seasonal drinks menu to suit all moodsAn extensive range of draught beers and a great wine listA great selection of high quality speciality coffeesA very warm welcome from all at Saville Square
The Golden Cock
Farnley Tyas
Welcome to The Golden Cock A Country Pub & Restaurant at Farnley Tyas, just between Huddersfield, Holmfirth and Wakefield.Following a significant investment, the pub has been totally transformed into a fantastic dining and drinking destination. The interior has been dramatically re-designed and a garden room extension has been added. However, we have kept the original character of this village pub, with the purpose of keeping the Golden Cock firmly in the heart of the communityDine informally in the Bistro by the Bar, which offers traditional pub favourites and Continental specialities to share, or enjoy a sophisticated dining experience in the Brasserie. Of course you are most welcome just to pop in for a pint of cask ale, a glass of champagne or whatever takes your fancy.We offer:A choice of dining experiences with changing menus of locally sourced produce, supporting our local Food HeroesContinental lagers and cask ales, cocktails and champagnes, as well as a premium wine listExcellent serviceConference facilities, private dining and wedding packages tailored to your big dayAl fresco diningWe hope that you will come and join us at the spectacular new look Golden Cock; my team and I are very proud of the pub and look forward to seeing you soon. 
The British Oak
Calder Grove Wakefield
       Somewhere you’re always welcome and relaxed, whether by yourself, or with friends or family. At the heart of the community, it’s everything a village pub should be. Delicious wholesome pub food and a wide selection of hot and cold drinks served by friendly staff.Locals, drinkers, walkers are always welcome in our bar.We always enjoy the company of children and families in our dining room.     
Brewers Pride
Ossett
Brewers Pride – that’s what we do; take pride in the beers, the food and the service we afford to everyone.Now with the Millers Bar & Restaurant also open at weekends, providing fine dining in what can only be described as exquisite surroundings, it's certainly worth a visit whether it be for a casual drink, formal Dinner or Sunday Lunch.  However, be warned, with such a vast choice of cask ales, continental beers (on draught and by the bottle) and fine wines not to mention an infectious atmosphere, it may be an idea to leave the car behind and catch a cab!Monday evening is a quiz night, to get the old grey cells going, with a free supper as reward! In addition, regular live music sessions take place on the 1st Sunday of the month.The summer months see a programme of live entertainment from local bands, culminating with our Annual Beer Festival at August Bank Holiday.In addition to our varied range of quality real ales and fine wines we also offer a superb lunchtime menu with dishes freshly prepared by our restaurant chefs.

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