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Great little cozy pub

We visit Th' Heights a few times a year. It's a lovely pub that serves great beer. Our visits are... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2017
Ray W
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Diggle, England, United Kingdom
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second to none

Perfect for a quiet drink with a friend or two. It's a shame it doesn't open at lunchtime. Pleasant... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
kevsthirsty
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Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
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4 weeks ago
“Not worth a visit”
25 Sep 2017
“Great little cozy pub”
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Broad Lane, Delph, Oldham OL3 5TX, England
+44 1457 874460
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

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!!

Thank Christine C
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

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...More

Thank Ray W
Reviewed 4 July 2017

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...More

1  Thank Doug B
Reviewed 13 February 2017

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.

1  Thank kevsthirsty
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

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...More

1  Thank Chris B
Reviewed 9 December 2015 via mobile

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!!

1  Thank TheMonkofManchester
Reviewed 12 July 2015

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...More

7  Thank VeniVidiVale
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Response from Ray W | Reviewed this property |
It has some funny opening times to be honest. I would guess it would be but I'd give them a ring to be sure as it's a bit out of the way
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