Accommodation in the Area

Visitors to Penistone Area
If you would like to stay in our area, see the list below, Lavender's Accommodation List and Visit Penistone.

Cubley Hall
Cubley Hall and GhostA comfortable hostelry with good food and real ale. A 'home from home'. It has a family room, TV for footie, an excellent obstacle course outside for the young ones (strong enough to take someone weighing 15 stone - so I've been told) and a friendly ghost who used to look after the orphans. There's a separate carvery restaurant/function room which is great for big events and there's a nifty bandstand outside. Good car parking is watched over by CCTV. Kids can play hide & seek outside on a nice day. Conference facilities for people in suits and a good place for weddings or funeral parties. It has twelve pleasant accommodation rooms. - Some thoughts. Tel 01226 766086, Fax 01226 767335

Dog and Partridge
Bordhill, Flouch. High on the windy A628 Manchester road about four miles from Penistone towards the border of that strange land beyond, Lancashire. Good for walkers going on the moors. Used to be an old coaching inn so there must be a ghost of some sort, although you might not hear chains rattling because of high winds and horizontal rain. 12 en-suite bedrooms. An old-fashioned open fire greets the perished visitor. The food has a good reputation with a traditional Yorkshire menu and sponge puddings with proper custard but the veggie choice is somewhat limited. If there are veggies in your party, check the menu before committing. This pub leans more towards the huntin' and shootin' way of life. Good real ales. Tel 01226 763173, Fax 01226 379731

Moor Royd House
Moor Royd is a small group of houses on the right going up Manchester Rood at Bullhouse, just after Millhouse Green and the single windmill. They have two self-catering dwellings. They say that it is possible to stay here and just use public transport to get about. Tel. 01226 763353

'The Rag' (a.k.a. The Fountain Inn)
Please Note - currently closed in the summer of 2017.

Formerly the 'Rag & Louse', it is still often called 'The Rag' by local people and my mission here is to keep the old name alive. New management took over in May 2006 and it changed hands again in 2010. The Rag has an old Christmas tradition of choral singing which made a grand return in 2011 with the help of Bolsterstone MVC.

The Rag has ten rooms to stay in but no (convincing) sign of any ghost. The Rag is mostly a foodie place but it has a comfortable bar with real ale and a good fire in cold weather. In fact, comfort is the theme throughout. Nice big car park - which surprisingly does actually not belong to them. To get there from Penistone, head towards Huddersfield for three miles until Ingbirchworth. Turn left on the first decent road (Welthorne Lane) and you're there.
Visit The Rag website for details of events. Contact: Fax 01226 76 1336 or call 01226 76 3125 and don't forget to say: "Is that the Rag?"

The Old Crown
Old CrownNumber Six Market Street, a central location near Penistone church. Never a rough pub and it has been refurbished in recent times. Pool room and quiz machine. Unfortunately, they don't do food. The Old Crown has six rooms of accommodation: Single rooms Twins and Doubles. Children welcome. Gets lively on Friday and Saturday nights with a disco in the newly refurbished back room and often a live band at weekends.
Call 01226 76 6609 or enquire by email:

Wortley Hall
Bed & Breakfast in 49 bedrooms. This hall has a long history. It is situated in a quiet country location with easy access to Penistone and the A616 Stocksbridge bypass is a direct link to the M1 motorway. Also a venue for wedding receptions and various outdoor activities. It is bound to have a ghost. Tel. 01142 882 100 Fax: 01142 830 695

Blacksmith's Arms
This one, for Bed and Breakfast only, made an appearance on facebook first. For Easter weekend 2013, their message says that they have double, single and family rooms, all en suite with a superb Breakfast. It is likely that they would be able to offer accommodation on other occasions too, or at least it is worth asking them. They often have live entertainment on Friday evenings.
The address is given as: Manchester Road, Millhouse Green, S36 9NQ but it just on the end of Lee Lane, where the main road forks two ways. Call 76 2211.

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