The Three Acres

UK England North West England West Yorkshire Huddersfield

High on the bleak Pennine moors, this old drovers’ inn has been a bit of a beacon for fine pub dining for forty years. It’s a breezy drive to get here – and you know you’re close when the soaring, 1,000-foot-high Emley Moor transmitter mast fills your windscreen. The inn must have been a welcome sight for wayfarers in days gone by, though the car park tends to be full now with intrepid travellers from nearby Huddersfield or those having made the ten-minute detour off the M1. It’s very much a Sunday lunch, Mother’s Day, special occasion kind of place, with a traditional interior, a restaurant vibe and a tempting menu that’s ‘modern Yorkshire’ for the want of a better phrase. You might spend more than you’d bargained for but you won’t go hungry, and if it’s a half-decent day you can plonk yourself outside with a pint and gaze across some of Yorkshire’s most remote moorland. ROOMS?




The Three Acres, Roydhouse, Shelley, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 8LR

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