The Stubbing Wharf

In Hebden Bridge

The Stubbing Wharf is situated between the river Calder and the Rochdale Canal, so it’s a great place to be when the sun shines watching the goings-on on the canal. Or if it’s cold and wet, the Stubbing is a lovely traditional pub with a roaring fire on the inside!

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A Warm Welcome

Here at The Stubbing Wharf we endeavor to deliver a friendly, warm welcome to all of our customers.  With our beautifully decorated, relaxed dining and bar areas, you are sure to enjoy your visit with us.

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Great Pub Food

We pride ourselves on our delicious menu – featuring all your favourite traditional pub meals, through to our Team’s seasonal specials – there is something to suit all tastes and appetites.

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Real Ales

Here at The Stubbing Wharf we appreciate the value of real ale.  Our bar is always well stocked with the best real ales, including some fantastic guest ales.  Enjoy a drink in our cosy bar area or sit in the sunshine in one of our beer gardens.

Make Your Event One To Remember

With Our Wonderful Function Room

Our Canalside function room proves ideal for so many different kinds of events and is a great venue for gatherings of family and friends. The room can hold up to 40 for a sit down meal and 60 for other events.
We can cater for your event with selection of menus and buffet options.

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Come See Us!

Book A Table In Our Beautiful Restaurant

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Enjoy the View

Based on the Rochdale Canal The Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge, offers a stunning setting for our customers.

Welcome to Hebden Bridge!  Hebden Bridge has become well known for its individual charm and personality, as well as the independent shopping and scenic views.

The Stubbing Wharf offers a spectacular place to take in all that Hebden Bridge has to offer.  Set by the Rochdale Canal, The Stubbing Wharf has a fantastic beer garden, situated right on the Canal.  We hope to see you soon!

Did you know?

The Rochdale Canal is 32 miles long and was built over the Pennines virtually by hand and requires 92 locks. It took less than 10 years to build and was opened in 1804.

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Contact us or book the table

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