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All reviews ossett brewery art deco great pub good selection of real ales swift half five minute walk well worth a visit original features piece hall camra shay boozer heritage murals octagon pint styling
Wanted to visit this heritage pub on a recent day trip to Halifax, arrived about 12.30 to find it was closed. We should have checked in advance as it does not open until 4.00pm some days. Returned late afternoon for a quick drink. The pub...More
Must admit struggled to appreciate the art deco but the 3 pigeons statue on the bar plus the old photos were classics. However this pub is all about the beer and the nostalgic ambience. So many nooks and cranny rooms. Well done Ossett Brewery for...More
It was the third time I tried to visit the Three Pigeons during my three days in Halifax, and at last I found it open. For me the pub was a design joy; and not just because of the original features--octagonal bar, rooms with tiled...More
I’m a real ale drinker and this pub has got to be right up there ! Lady behind bar really nice had a pint of white rat well a couple actually ! Saturday night not that busy if we don’t support these pubs they will...More
I had wanted to visit this pub for a while as I had heard so much about it. It is very close to The Shay football ground and a 10 minute walk from the station. A quirky place with an octagonal central area with five...More
I thought the building was very unique, everywhere I turned there was another room, bar, snug. It was how people/I imagine an old Northern pub to be.
The Staff were very good and friendly, and some of the real ales were very tasty.
This place is not to be judged by the cover / location. Inside it has a bar full of excellently well kept real ales, friendly staff. CAMRA discount. The pub is a few quirky rooms with roaring fires this time of year (okay they are...More
Oh Lordy. Be in no doubt, you're somewhere very special.
A standalone, handsome stone building gives absolutely nothing away regarding what's going to hit you right between the eyes once inside. Well, maybe the Ossett brewery sign on the side of the building let's you...More
I called in at the three pigeons whilst travelling home to Leeds via train as it's only a short walk from the station it's a credit to the owners and staff a really clean honest pub. Beers are well kept and fairly priced art deco...More