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Stone pub in a pleasant hamlet near the Standedge Canal Tunnel under the Pennines. Built as a merchant's house in 1789, it became an ale house and general store on the construction of the nearby railway tunnel in 1834. Affording fine views of the Saddleworth countryside, this makes a convenient base in a popular walking area. The pub was totally revamped in 2013 with open fires and a Yorkshire Range and has a bar area and two rooms. Opened 4/7/2020
Beer garden area has been extended with a covered section and a small outdoor bar. Opening 12-late from April 12, bookings requested.