type: Inn
city: Bradford
address: Hob Lane, Stanbury, BD22 0HW
Phone No: 01535 647437

Welcome to The Old Silent Inn, a 17th century pub situated in the heart of Brontë Country in the West Yorkshire village of Stanbury. The inn dates back over 400 years, and legend has it, that when Bonnie Prince Charlie was retreating to Scotland, he stayed at the pub when it was then called ‘The Eagle Inn’. The local inhabitants remained silent about his presence and so it is believed that is why it adopted its present name.

All 8 bedrooms are decorated to a high standard and equipped with en suite shower room facilities, a TV, free Wifi, hairdryer and a hospitality tray. There are single, double, twin rooms and a family room. Champagne and chocolates can be provided for special occasions. Dogs are allowed, and guests might get the opportunity to bump into Thomas or Abigail, our mischievous resident ghosts!

A full English breakfast is included in the room rates and freshly cooked homemade meals are served throughout the week in the restaurant, including a Sunday Roast. There are options for vegetarian and vegan diets. The bar is stocked with a variety of drinks to help you relax at the end of the day. Ample car parking is available and the Pennine Way National Trail is only half a mile away for those arriving on foot.

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8 Bedrooms, Single/Double/Twin/Family

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