There are pubs and restaurants of every possible sort within easy reach of your boat. From simple locals to gastropubs, via large chain pubs and small ones with first-rate home cooking, each will give you a different experience, a real welcome and great value. Here are just a few of those our customers enjoy. They're not all called the Navigation, the Anchor or the Ship...
Huddersfield Broad Canal
Rat & Ratchet
Chapel Hill HD1 3EB Town centre pub over own brewery, full of eye-catching art and imaginative decoration.
The Aspley, Huddersfield
Canal basin HD1 6SD Large modern Brewers Fayre pub and restaurant with Premier Inn.
Huddersfield Narrow Canal - east side
The Sair Inn, Linthwaite
HD7 5SD One of the most pub-like pubs you'll find, with stone floors and home-brewed beers.
HD3 4ND Mongolian restaurant - mix your own and watch it being stir-fried.
The Olive Branch, Lock 30E
HD7 6LU A walk across the fields (i.e. up a steep hill) to this highly recommended gastro-pub.
The Railway, Marsden
HD7 6DH Just below the canal, pub with food. Dog and walker friendly.
The Riverhead, Marsden
Town centre HD7 6BR Lively pub with local ales and restaurant, worth the steep walk down from the canal (and back up...).
Huddersfield Narrow Canal - west side
The Navigation, Dobcross
OL3 5NS By lock 24W. Pub with food, ideal for followers of the Saddleworth brass band competition.
The Diggle Hotel, Diggle
OL3 5JZ Cheerful village pub with good food, just above the western tunnel portal.
San Lorenzo, Mossley
Roaches OL5 9BB Lock 15W. Authentic southern Italian atmosphere and great food in an old tin tabernacle.