Information on Shibden Mill Inn
- Cycling friendly
- Log Burner
- Private Parking
- Travel Cot
- Walking friendly
Voted: Yorkshire’s Best Pub, Yorkshire Post Tourism Awards 2022 and British Best Pub for Food, Great British Pub Awards 2022.
Situated in West Yorkshire’s picturesque Shibden Valley, Shibden Mill Inn has been at the heart of local life for over 300 years. It remains so today, though its reputation for fantastic food, drink and sumptuous 5 Star guest accommodation now extends far beyond the Yorkshire borders.
The Inn has been voted as Best British Best Pub for Food 2022, Great British Pub Awards; Yorkshire Dining Pub of the Year 2020; White Rose Award Yorkshire Pub of the Year in 2018 AND 2015; Les Routiers Inn of the Year 2015; and Sky Great British Pub of the Year 2015.
Shibden Mill Inn nestles in the fold of the Shibden Valley, near Halifax, West Yorkshire (England) overlooking Red Beck. The 17th century inn is steeped in history and has been sympathetically renovated to retain its original charm and character by its present owners, Simon & Caitlin Heaton with General Manager, Glen Pearson.
There’s a cosy, friendly bar and an intimate candlelit restaurant, where our award winning team offer a wide and varied selection of dishes guaranteed to satisfy every taste. Guests can also enjoy a great selection of wines from all over the world, by the glass or the bottle.
With its original oak beams and rafters, the restaurant is a popular and romantic venue for special occasions and dinners. Our individually decorated bedrooms have the warmth, style and quality you would expect from a country inn and provide a relaxing atmosphere in which to unwind at the end of a hectic day.
From the A58 turn onto Kell Lane, travel approximately 1 mile then turn left into Blake Hill. The inn is at the bottom of Blake Hill on the left.
By Public Transport:
Take the A58 Leeds/Bradford road from Halifax then turn left onto Kell Lane at Stump Cross. Travel approximately 1 mile up Kell Lane then turn left into Blake Hill, the inn is at the bottom on the left.