West Yorkshire - Halifax: Town Centre

A historic pub interior of regional importance

This pub is currently closed (since 30/05/2019)

Listed Status: II

Crown Street
Halifax: Town Centre

OS ref: SE092252

Tel: (01422) 380135


Real Ale: Yes

Nearby Station: Halifax

Station Distance: 800m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Halifax) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

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Ancient inn, remodelled in 1904 to designs by W.H.D.Horsfall, and now Halifax’s only example of a substantially-surviving Edwardian interior. Four rooms with elaborate ceilings and much of their original fitted seating lead off a central drinking lobby that features an ornate staircase. The layout has been partly opened-out and a modern stage raised above seating in one of the back rooms, but the former dining room at front-right is intact, with oak-panelling and good leaded windows depicting sporting scenes. Statutorily listed in 1995 following a successful application by CAMRA.