440 New Street, Biddulph Moor, Staffordshire ST8 7HZ
T: 01782 518462
On the edge of the Staffordshire Moorlands and in the heart of pretty village Biddulph Moor, sits this pretty little stone pub built at the turn of the 19th century and much the same now as it was then. It has a definite feel of a Moors pub, perched on a rise and fully exposed and you’re totally captive when the weather sets in. On most days you will see smoke reassuringly whisping from the stone chimney which makes popping in difficult to resist. The village which is on the edge of the peak district is set in an area of outstanding beauty and the trip from Biddulph Moor to Leek is spectacular and well worth the effort.
Homely and cosy, great beer and of course the real fire, this is a proper pub with great Joule's Ales of course. The only pub in the heart of the village, it is central to the community and very welcoming. It’s fantastic for walkers and well behaved mutts. It is not unusual to see the odd tractor in the car park - the pub has a quarry tiled and stone front bar where you will often find the local farmers.
Tenants John & Susan, who only took on the pub in July 2014 provide a hearty Joule's welcome and will happily tell you all about our beers and of course about village life, having lived in Biddulph Moor for many years. When things are settled they will be doing simple well preperaed pub food, great sandwiches and winter warming soups along with home made pies.
Easy parking and outdoor space for drinking and socialising.
|Saturday||12noon - 1am|
|Sunday||12noon - 11.30 pm|
Food Service Hours