Shibden Mill Inn

Historic Inn in Halifax, Yorkshire

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Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax

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This family run 17th Century Inn, just three miles from Halifax, has an excellent reputation for its locally sourced food, offers free Wi-Fi and boasts traditional log fires. Shibden Mill Inn nestles in the fold of the Shibden Valley overlooking Red Beck, and is steeped in history. The property has been sympathetically renovated to retain its original charm and character.There are 11 en-suite bedrooms offering the homely style and comfort of a traditional Inn, but including modern day conveniences such as flat screen TV, DVD player (with access to DVD library), Tea and Coffee making facilities, Hair-Dryer, Telephone, Radio Alarm and Bathrobes.

Rooms offer fresh linen on relaxing beds that are sure to offer the perfect nights rest.The intimate candlelit restaurant is a popular and romantic venue for special occasions and splendid dinners, where the head chef and his team offer a wide and varied selection of dishes that are guaranteed to satisfy every palate. The private dining room, found to the side of the main restaurant, offers a warm and private setting for smaller parties of up to 8; ideal for a special birthday or anniversary celebration.The cosy and welcoming bar offers an ambient atmosphere in which to wind down after a busy day. With an excellent range of beers and spirits, as well as teas, coffees and a great selection of wines from around the world, you are sure to find the perfect accompaniment to enjoy with friendly conversation.Located in the idyllic and peaceful Shibden, the regions commercial and cultural centres are easily accessible and lovers of the countryside can also enjoy a series of planned walks around the valley.

Halifax itself boasts several attractions that will appeal to a range of people, from the local sporting locations including the Rugby and Football stadium, The Shay, to the ever popular Childrens Museum Eureka!.

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