Mike & Wendy Garrad are delighted to welcome customers, both new and old, to this landmark venue. The Greyhound retains the unique charm and character of this period property – and a warm welcome awaits both drinkers and diners alike.
Believed to be over 300 years old and licensed to serve alcohol since circa 1850, this grade two listed now building remains the centre of this village, dating back to before The Norman Conquest.
Located between the major conurbations of Leeds & Bradford, access to The Greyhound is straight forward, yet it’s picture postcard setting equals that of many a rural country inn.
With the cricket pitch located directly behind the pub, the quintessentially English sound of Leather against Willow can be frequently heard throughout the summer months with ample space to eat and drink whilst watching the fun.
A wide range of Keg and Cask conditioned Ales and Lagers along with a comprehensive wine list compliment the home cooked Fayre available seven days a week prepared by our team of chefs.
Ensuring our high standards of quality and hospitality are always maintained, Mike, Wendy & the team look forward to welcoming you to The Greyhound sometime soon.