Royal Oak Heights

Royal Oak Heights, Delph

Royal Oak Heights
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Mick W
Manchester, UK20 Beiträge
Great views and old pub
Okt. 2018
Lovely old building and amazing views but bit hit and miss as to whether it'll be open or not. Once inside it's like stepping back in time though - no tv, jukebox, fruit machine etc. Big log fire and small cosy rooms.
Verfasst am 19. September 2019
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Christine C
Oldham, UK527 Beiträge
Not worth a visit
Juni 2018 • Freunde
We called in for a drink and found the owners/staff to be very rude and ignorant towards us
We were very polite and only wanted a quite drink only to be treated as if we weren’t welcome
We will not be making a second visit!!
Verfasst am 17. September 2018
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Ray W
Diggle, England, United Kingdom30 Beiträge
Great little cozy pub
Mai 2017 • Paare
We visit Th' Heights a few times a year. It's a lovely pub that serves great beer. Our visits are normally midway trough a long walk so a pint is definitely called for. As had been said before it's a lovey, quaint pub with roaring fires and a warm welcome.
Verfasst am 25. September 2017
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Doug B
Manchester, UK14 Beiträge
Needs renovatation
Juni 2017 • Paare
Granted - it is a quaint, charming little pub well off the beaten track with a nice open fire, but the interior needs modernising desperately. The bar alone looks like it was bought from a garage sale in 1963.
The owners should perhaps look to the Junction Inn down the road to see how it should be done.
Verfasst am 4. Juli 2017
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kevsthirsty
Greater Manchester, UK3 Beiträge
second to none
Jan. 2017 • Paare
Perfect for a quiet drink with a friend or two. It's a shame it doesn't open at lunchtime.
Pleasant landlady and a lovely old pub that is as I remember it over forty years ago.
Nice, well kept pint too.
Verfasst am 12. Februar 2017
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Chris B
Manchester, UK24 Beiträge
Civilisation
Dez. 2016 • Freunde
Ale well-kept, comfortable, peaceful, proper fire. This place has a quiet unassuming dignity. It's a refuge from the cacophonous world which mercifully seems a long way away. If you like screaming children, yapping dogs, mindless muzak, distracting screens and flashing fruit machines... please stay clear of this lovely old pub.
Verfasst am 2. Januar 2017
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TheMonkofManchester
Manchester, UK41 Beiträge
Nice old country pub
März 2015
Been in a few times over the years. Usually a nice warm fire roaring away. Makes it very cosy. Staff friendly. Nice for a quiet relaxing chat. Very old fashioned traditional English pub. High up on the hill and out of the way. Even better!!
Verfasst am 8. Dezember 2015
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VeniVidiVale
Huddersfield, UK17 Beiträge
A Real English Country Pub off the Beaten Track
Juli 2015 • Paare
It’s a real country pub, with real ales, real fires and real conversation.
Officially, the Royal Oak but known as Th’ Heights for good reason; it sits high above the village of Delph, 1200 feet above sea level.
So while you slake your thirst you can feast your eyes on the generous panorama across the valley to the iconic ‘pots and pans’ and attendant war memorial overlooking the small and pretty town of Uppermill.
Unless you live nearby, Th’ Heights is not the sort of place you just ‘pop’ to, as in, ‘I’m just popping to the pub, dear’. Having said that, it’s definitely worth making a bit of an effort to visit and because most visitors have to make a bit of an effort to get here, you’re more likely to meet people with something about them.
This is an old, nearly 250 years old, genuinely cosy and friendly inn, run by Sheila and Michael Fancy.
They’ve been in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide every year since 1991, and received a special award in 2011.
There are three rooms with real fires. The centre room is the one with the bar and is the hub of the inn, no juke box, no Sky TV; just the buzz of conversation.
There’s no public transport to the pub, so be prepared to walk, ride, cycle or drive. If you approach from Delph, you’ll have to negotiate a steep, potholed, winding road. We always drive and although the road is quite narrow in places we’ve never had a problem, there are enough passing places on the way up. There’s also a route from Denshaw, which is less precipitous and twisting.
There’s plenty of parking in front and behind the pub.
We’ve known this pub to be open even after the heaviest snow, as Michael and other local businesses and farmers work hard to keep the roads clear. That said, if you’re making a special journey in snowy weather, it might be worth giving them a call to check they’re open before adventuring forth.
Verfasst am 12. Juli 2015
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