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Stump Cross Inn, Bar Area

Location pin

Kell Ln, Stump Cross, Halifax, HX3 7AY - 

  • Credit card

    From
    £500 min spend

  • Users

    Up to
    30 guests

  • Table with chairs

    Offers
    catering

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Stump Cross Inn, is in the heart of the Shibden Valley, Halifax. A cosy, homely destination for your events, this venue is ideal for parties, wedding receptions, wakes.

We have direct links with Shibden Hall, part of the Anne Lister Fame with Gentleman Jack.

The Bar
This is the ideal space for all your social events, including parties, baby showers and wedding receptions.

This space is not exclusive hire.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 30

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Disabled access

Disabled access

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Public transport

Public transport

Premises parking

Premises parking

Overnight accommodation

Overnight accommodation

Audio & visual

TV screen

TV screen

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Allowed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Cancellation policy

50% if less than 2 weeks.

Location

Reviews

  • Jason Pierce-Williams

    March 2024

    I haven't been in the rooms so can't rate them. The location, of course, can't be faulted. It's beautiful around here. Outdoor seating. Plenty of parking. It's a bit squeaky clean for my tastes but that hardly qualifies as a criticism. The staff are friendly and - the best point, for me at least - is that they serve a perfect pint of Timothy Taylor Boltmaker. One of the most satisfying pints I've ever enjoyed. Nice Malty tones and far from being overhopped, which seems to be the fashion now, unfortunately for my pallette and, I suspect, old geezers like myself. (Go Freedom Pass Boys!) So, yes, a quiet pub with good service and a 5 star ale. I shall review the food when I eat something there!

  • Bliss Warrender

    November 2023

    Amazing food! Had the carvery and it was all cooked to a high standard, meat was juicy and tender and was the perfect amount of veg, sauces and a good gravy to follow, could tell the chefs knew what they where doing. Staff where all really welcoming and friendly, would advise booking as it filled it rather fast! Kids menu was good and all freshly made and was all reasonably priced, will be back :)

  • Steve Hollingworth

    April 2024

    Excellent food and great value, good atmosphere and great staff

  • Paige Lloyd

    January 2024

    On the off chance on a Sunday we rang up looking for some pub grub, and they offered to seat us in the bar area which we were fine with despite me having some sensory issues so bar areas can usually be difficult for me. When we arrived the bar area was so cosy & relaxed that it didn’t make a bit of difference to being in the dining area, In fact I really liked it. We both had the carvery and it was delicious, perfectly cooked meats, pie & comfort sides with great option. Over all we’ve been really impressed and will definitely be back as much as possible.Deserts were lovely too. All the staff were super friendly, helpful & efficient. I think I’ve found my perfect local cosy pub grub spot!

  • L C

    November 2023

    Thankfully we only went for dinner, or at least we tried. It would seem that the Stump Cross has gone down hill since I last ate there in 2016-ish. The interior now looks very tired, there is tape sticking down carpets, it feels very sparse. All in all, it feels like a down-market Toby Carver but more expensive (and you don’t get any food, more to follow on that)! We went for a Sunday roast however it was just a bog-standard carvery. Not to worry we thought, the menu online seems to imply quite “posh” food. On the contrary, the Sunday offering is variations of carvery meats with vegetables, and a small selection of other less impressive dishes. Ultimately, we both decided on the Yorkshire pudding wrap, containing beef and gravy, with some roast potatoes on the side. I can’t tell you what it was like, because we waiting almost an hour and no food arrived; we had asked several times and were repeatedly told it was coming out in five minutes… In the end, we rang another restaurant to ensure availability, and told the waitress to cancel the order and left. I don’t like leaving negative reviews, but my question is, how can it take almost an hour to put some already cooked meat, in a (most likely) already prepared/cooked Yorkshire pudding and put that on a plate of already cooked potatoes… the pub was serving a carvery! The nice lady at the bar was sympathetic and waved the cost for the coffee and coke we’d had. Some sort of service recovery there at least? We definitely will not be returning or recommending.