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Set in the heart of the village of Heptonstall, overlooking the bustling market town of Hebden Bridge sits The Cross Inn. Now under new management and refurbished throughout the ground floor. A warm friendly public house offering a range of cask...more
Great experience. My wife and I were visiting family in the area. A room was available at The Cross Inn, it was a smashing stay, lovely room, excellent breakfast and a super host. some good real ale, made it "a must visit again place".
After a recent change of landlord and a bit of confusion over the booking I made a year ago, I was expecting to encounter some problems but there was no need to worry. I was made to feel extremely welcome and nothing was too much...More
I stayed here on the 4th & 5th April, and could not have been made to feel more welcome, Liz was truly wonderful and made me feel like one of the family, nothing was to much trouble.
I will definitely be returning in the future....More
My husband and I came here for a 1 night stay, we booked a double room with en suite which included breakfast. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, the staff were so welcoming and really went out of their way to...More
Stayed on Saturday night. Few beers in the bar, good night sleep and a fabulous breakfast.
In the evening we were lucky to get three stools by the bar, the best seats in the house while we chatted to the bar man and his mum....More
I booked this pub/hotel at short notice through a hotel booking site on my phone and it seemed reasonable value. I spoke to the landlord on the phone and he seemed friendly and helpful. He directed me to another pub a few doors away to...More
Was supposed to be going further afield for bday lunch with friends, unfortunately the snow came down thick and fast so we all came to The Cross. The pub has recently been taken over by a lovely lady called Debbie, we had a laugh about...More