Dick Hudsons, a country pub in Bingley
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Originally built on the old packhorse route between Bingley and Ilkley, Dick Hudsons began life in an old farmhouse as an inn called The Plough Boy. When Eldwick Road closed, the business was moved to its present site, then called Highgate Farm. Thomas Hudson took over the inn in 1809, but it was during the tenure of his son, Dick Hudson between 1850-1878 that the pub became renowned for it's food and hospitality.
Our menus are full of hearty favourites and country pub classics, as well as our seasonal dishes, and we’ll be ready with a well-stocked bar, including cask ales, fine wines and British gin to suit very taste - which will taste all the better when enjoyed either in our beautiful gardens or by our crackling log fires.
Charming country pubs in lovely locations
One of the oldest, best known pubs in Yorkshire, this rather grand, ivy clad inn was originally built on the old packhorse route between Bingley and Ilkley and today enjoys spectacular views over Baildon Moor.
Whether you’re out walking your dog or just exploring the local area, there’s always plenty to do around Dick Hudsons.