The Winterburn sits at the top of Winterburn Hill in Warley, Halifax. The pub benefits from breath taking views of the West Yorkshire countryside which customers can enjoy from inside and outside of the pub. There is a car park to the rear of the building and parking space at the front. The main entrance leads to a bar/lounge area with a variety of fixed, booth and high seating. There is a small bar which offers a variety of premium drinks and a range of cask ales. There is a cosy atmosphere, especially so with a log burner located between the two trading areas. The dining room is comfortable and attractive, it leads to an outside area which is utilised for drinking and dining. There is also a small seating space outside the front of the pub.
The living accommodation has two bedrooms, living room, bathroom and kitchen and a nice outside area.
Customers from local surroundings visit the pub for drinks as well as dining. There are food offers such as Fish Fridays, Steak Nights, Doggy dinners and seasonal specials. There is a weekly Quiz and the pub has seen an increase in wet sales.
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TULIP – Thwaites Unique Licensee Induction Programme.
Our TULIP course is a three day course, based at our Head Office in Mellor Brook for those new to tenancies.
TLC – Thwaites Licensee Connection.
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""The Winterburn is a landmark destination pub situated on a hillside with fabulous views across the valley. The majority of people that live within the Halifax area know the pub well. It is an ideal business opportunity for people with a food background who would enjoy living in a rural setting. There is also great scope to establish the pub as the focal point in the community and attract regular drinkers as well as diners through holding quiz nights and charity events etc. " - Janet Wallace "
Predominance of consumers are aged between 25-64, have a high level of affluence and are seeking a venue that has a great reputation for quality & service.