You’ll find the pretty stone-built The Huntsman Inn with its tempting restaurant, cosy bar and comfortable rooms high above West Yorkshire’s Saddleworth Moor, surrounded by rolling countryside but surprisingly close to Manchester. With two resident donkeys, a dog-friendly bar and prettily well-tended garden, The Huntsman Inn is the perfect country hideaway but with all mod-cons. In the traditional bar, guests enjoy a good selection of J.W. Lees ales and hearty bar meals alongside a roaring fire. In the stunning beamed restaurant meanwhile food is sophisticated but unpretentious, mixing British favourites with European and Asian dishes, a considered kids menu and truly naughty desserts, accompanied by a well thought through list of wines. Sunday roasts with all the trimmings - the Yorkshire puddings are famed in the area - at The Huntsman Inn are particularly popular with locals too. Guests from further afield are treated meanwhile to luxurious en-suite rooms.
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