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The Fleece Inn
The Fleece Inn
Ripponden Bank
Barkisland

Halifax
West Yorkshire

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The Fleece Inn is set on a hillside with panoramic uninterrupted views over the Ryburn Valley and has something to offer everybody serving generous portions of tasty home cooked food. The quirky beamed interior has a log burning stove in the bar and during the winter months a roaring real fire in the snug. The family lounge leads to the kid’s zone with two X boxes, DVDs as well as traditional games and books. The mezzanine level is ideal for private parties or meetings. We also offer en suite accommodation with rooms that will not disappoint and have a selection of weekend packages to choose from as well as special discounts for those that wish to stay for a longer period of time or visit regularly. Outside we have a first floor drinks terrace from where you can fully appreciate one of the best views in Yorkshire as well as a beer garden with children's play equipment. This is truly an Inn for all seasons with the cosy warm snug for winter evenings and the outside areas for sunny summer days. The Fleece Inn has great transport links and is only a few minutes drive from junctions 22 or 24 of the M62. With free WiFi throughout the building and fresh ground coffee available, the Fleece Inn is the perfect setting for business meetings and entertaining.

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