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Food and Drink

Where to Dine out in Saddleworth

Saddleworth has many fine restaurants, pubs, cafes and other eateries

Saddleworth has many restaurants, traditional pubs, friendly cafes, take aways and bakeries. You can choose from a multi-cultural selection of foods such as Traditional English, Indian, Italian, Chinese and Thai. You will find that children are welcome almost everywhere.

Please check out our link to the online Saddleworth Business Directory for in depth details. On this page we will focus on the many eating and drinking establishments that are in close proximity to and within easy walking distance from our caravan site. Well-i-Hole Farm is located less than only ten minutes walk away from Greenfield Railway Station, which is in the middle of the Manchester to Huddersfield line.

 

Greenfield

Royal George Hotel

This public house is the closest of all pubs and restaurants to Well'i'hole Farm, in fact it is less than five minutes walk away, situated at the corner of the crossroads of Manchester Road and Well'i'hole Road. The Royal George has a large function room with a capacity for 100 guests enjoying a buffet meal, or 70-80 guests enjoying a sit-down meal. Their function room hosts many entertainment nights, such as Band Concerts, Murder Mystery Nights, and other regular theme nights. There is a large car park which has spaces for 85 cars. Other features include disabled access, smoking policy and beer garden. Full catering is available all day.

Roaches Lock

Public House Restaurant

Lal Quilla

This lovely Indian restaurant is a couple of minutes down the road from The Royal George, on the same side of the road, towards Mossley. There is a lovely atmosphere for eating-in at the restaurant, but they also run a takeaway service. The restaurant has a car park.

The Clarence Hotel

A traditional historic Inn, which opened in 1861, serving home cooked food, daily specials, bar snacks, Sunday lunch, and traditional fayre. With smoking and non-smoking dining rooms. Bar snacks and meals are served from 12.00 – 7.00pm. There is a private car park.

King William IV

Good public house in the centre of Greenfield village, at ‘Road End’, Chew Valley Road. There is a private car park.

Greenwoods Bakery

JA Greenwood Ltd, baker and flour confectioner. Sells lovely, ready to eat home baked hot pies, cakes, pastries and breads. Sadly, due to close during Spring 2014.

Greenfield Conservative Club

Holds events, has bar and pool room and is available to hire. Includes a private car park.

Golden House

Takeaway Chinese meals & fish & chips

The Wellington

Public house

The Kingfisher

Restaurant

The Railway

Public house, live entertainment

Uppermill

Granby Arms

Public house

The Waggon

Public house, newly refurbished

Christy's Coffee House

Coffee House and Wine Bar

Muse

Betty's Fish and Chips

Kitty's

Coffee Bar

Vintage Cup Cakes

Old Fashioned Sweet Shop

Riverside Cafe

Bed and Breakfast

Rioja

Tapas Bar

Hare and Hounds

Public house

Saint's Cafe

Cafe situated in car park near the park/playground

Java

Coffee Bar

Shalimar

Indian Restaurant, with takeaway service – no deliveries

Dinnerstones

Restaurant

The Commercial

Public house

The Church Inn

Public house, live entertainment

Cross Keys Inn

Public house