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Stanbury is a pleasant village of stone houses, overlooking the Worth Valley as it slips down from the higher Pennines through picturesque woodland.
This is Bronte Country, with Top Withens close by, believed to have been the source of Emily's Wuthering Heights. Ponden Hall might have been Thrushcross Grange. Stanbury' St Gabriel's is a low stone church. The 19th century Methodist Chapel is a private house, and the old Co-op is a corner cottage on the village street
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Property type: Country Inn (Pub) Accreditations: Food Pub In Britain 2010, CAMRA Autum 2011
The Old Silent Inn offers not only fine cuisine but a traditional pub and restaurant steeped in history. Starting life as the New Inn and then changing to the Eagle Inn and eventually to the present name of The Old Silent Inn. Although the Inn dates back over 400 years earliest records show the premises to have been a family farming business in 1822. We do not take accommodation bookings on a Sunday night.
Distance from path: 1.5km
OS reference: SE0037
6 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
1 family ensuite room
Last updated: 5/3/2018
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