Posted on May 15 at 15:30 PM. Last edited on Jul 01 at 17:46 PM
Described in Ted Hughe’s poem ‘Stubbing Wharfe’, the Stubbing Wharf (affectionately known as the ‘Stumbling Dwarf’) sits alongside the Rochdale Canal and in addition to food and drink, offers canal boat trips.
Idyllically situated, serving delicious home cooked food every day and an excellent range of award winning real ales and ciders. An ample function room is available for larger groups. We are open all day, every day.
The Stubbing Wharf is open all day from noon seven days a week.
Food is served,
Monday - Friday from 12.00pm - 2.45pm in the afternoon and then again from 5.30pm - 9.00pm in the evening.
Saturday from 12.00pm - 9.00pm Sunday from 12.00pm - 8.00pm.
The Stubbing Wharf welcomes well behaved children. (Please note that Licence restrictions state the children are not allowed in the bar area.)
The Stubbing Wharf also welcomes well behaved dogs that are kept on the lead and under control at all times.
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