The Stubbing Wharf is a traditional family-friendly pub on the west side of Hebden Bridge, just off the A646, between the river Calder and Rochdale Canal in the heart of the South Pennines.
The Stubbing wharf is run by local chef Matthew Browne. "We've earned a great reputation for our food and extensive range of traditional, real ales, beers and ciders. We are perfectly situated for those wishing to explore the vast network of footpaths in the Upper Calder Valley.
The Stubbing Wharf offers a hearty welcome all year round. You can warm up by our roaring fire in winter and sun yourself on the towpath in summer - one of the best places in the valley to catch some fresh air and sunshine while sampling some traditional ales and quality food.
Landlord Matthew Browne can be credited with introducing a great wholesome home cooked menu and assembling a team of hard working individuals to smoothly run the kitchen. Our food has a great reputation in the locality and we use local suppliers for all our produce.
With Matt in the kitchen there is always something on the menu to satisfy even the most particular of appetites. Alongside our standard menu of traditional favourites and light bites we have a varied selection of dishes on our Specials Board, offer that little bit extra.
The Stubbing has a good sized car park for our guests.
Our Canal side room is also the perfect spot for many different kinds of events from gatherings of family and friends to corporate business meetings. 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.