The Lord Nelson

The Lord Nelson

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
15 High Street, Luddenden, Halifax, HX2 6PX
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Amid the rolling countryside of the West Yorkshire hills is the village of Luddenden, home to The Lord Nelson. Debbie Collinge is the proud owner and local star of this inn, which has won a 'Pubs in Bloom Award' from Enterprise Inns and a Gold Rose in the Yorkshire in Bloom contest. Debbie herself has also been recognised as a national winner at the 2013 Community Hero Awards for her efforts with local events.

Known locally as The Nelly, this quaint and cosy retreat retains its 17th-Century allure while welcoming guests with delicious food and bucketloads of personality. Once an escape for Bramwell Brontë from his studious sisters, it is now a spot where locals, walkers, bikers and tourists seek to abate their hunger with delicious homemade fare. I, too, rested up here, with a bowl of homemade tomato and basil soup and a basket of warm bread to start. The slow-roasted pork belly with caramelised pear, mashed potatoes and seasonal veg was an incredibly filling main. Debbie's menu is constantly evolving, with the latest options always posted on the website. To accompany your meal, there are many choices on the impressive wine list as well as, of course, a selection of traditional ales. This charming pub with its award-winning beer garden is a must-visit
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Open: Mon-Fri 4pm-midnight; Sat & Sun noon-midnight Food Served: Please call for details

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