Oldham Pubs


Public Houses, Pubs & Inns in

Including Uppermill, Saddleworth,
Lees, Delph & Scouthead.

Oldham Pub - Yates Wine LodgeThe Three Crowns, Oldham PubThe Snipe Inn, Oldham Oldham Pub - the Dog & Duck

Listed alphabetically:

  • Abbey Inn
    77 West Street, Oldham OL9 6EJ Tel: 0161-624 0888.
    A traditional old fashioned no-fuss, no-nonsense Oldham pub, with antiquated
    wooden furniture and floors, with discrete side booths. Good range of
    changing guest ales, cask ales, premium and foreign lagers. Hot food
    available from 12noon-7.00pm Mon-Sat. Average “Pub Grub” menu, but with
    chalkboard daily specials – cheap, wholesome and nourishing. Children’s
    menu. The pub has a pool table, jukebox and arcade games.

  • Alexandra
    Hotel, The

    56 Park Road, Oldham OL8 1DB. Tel: 0161-624 3994.

  • Ashton Arms Hotel
    Clegg Street, Oldham OL1 1PL. Tel: 0161-785 8126.

  • Black Swan Hotel
    13 Bottom o’th Moor, Oldham OL1 3HH. Tel: 0161-624 4977.

  • Brewery Tavern

    George Street, Oldham OL1 1LB, Tel: 0161- 287 0751.
    Vaux breweries beers, cask ales and chilled lagers on offer. Hot
    & Cold Food available. A large smart pub close to the main Spindles
    shopping centre and pleasant gardens in George’s Square, and therefore
    popular with midday shoppers and workers at lunchtimes.

  • Bridge Inn,

    31 Moorhey Street, Oldham OL4 1JE. Tel: 0161-624 8626.

  • Centurion
    Hotel, The

    57 Lord Street, Oldham OL1 3DH. Tel: 0161-624 2169.

  • Church Inn
    Church Lane/Running Hill Gate, Uppermill, Oldham OL3 6LW
    Tel: 01457-820902.
    Real Ales include Saddleworth Ales, Hop Smacker and Shaft Bender.
    A charmingly eccentric country pub notable for its Morris dancers,
    bell ringers and August Bank Holiday gurning festival. Good food available.
    Children welcome.

  • Cross Keys
    Running Hill Gate, Uppermill, Saddleworth, Oldham OL3 6LW.
    Tel: 01457-874626.
    This pub is a Grade II Listed Building. Beer includes J W Lees Mild
    and Bitter Real Ales, Moonraker and other seasonal beers. Pleasant
    beer garden with excellent views in summertime. Photos of the local
    mountain rescue team adorn the walls. Folk music on Wednesday and
    Sunday evenings. Food served every day at lunchtime and evening
    dinner time.

  • Dog & Duck, The
    25 St Domingo Street, Oldham OL9 6EH. Tel: 0161-624 3328.
    Traditional pub opposite the Civic Centre. Bank’s Ales on tap. Bar
    food available from 12noon-2.00pm Monday-Saturday.
  • Greaves Arms Hotel
    13 Yorkshire Street, Oldham OL1 3RZ. Tel: 0161-624 2759.

  • Hare & Hounds
    16 Yorkshire Street, Oldham OL1 1QS. Tel: 0161-626 2465.

  • Hark to Topper
    Bow Street, Oldham OL1 1SJ. Tel: 0161-624 7950.

  • Mick’s ‘n’ Mingle
    1 Mumps, Oldham OL1 3TL. Tel: 0161-633 9600.

  • Railway Inn, The

    11 Shawhall Bank Road, Greenfield, Saddleworth, Oldham OL3 7JZ. Tel:
    01457-87 2307.
    Real ale and cask ales available.

  • Rams Head
    Ripponden Road, Denshaw, Saddleworth, Oldham. Tel: 01457-874802.
    Timothy Taylors Landlord, Gold Best and Tetleys Bitter plus various
    guest ales available. Isolated pub whose windows look out over Yorkshire,
    offering excellent drinks and food, including an impressive wine list.

  • Royal Oak
    (aka. Th’ Heights)
    Broad Lane, Heights, Denshaw Road, Delph, Oldham. Tel: 01457-874460.
    Moorhouses and Coachhouses Gunpowder Mild ales, as well as Boddingtons
    Cask Ale and guest ales available here. Multiple rooms with intimate
    corners and now fake modernism. Good food also available.

  • Royal Oak
    178 Union Street, Oldham OL1 1EN. Tel: 0161-624 1031.
    A good centrally located pub with games and pool room and its magnificently
    exotic Horseshoe Bar. Robinson’s beers, Old Tom, and Frederick’s Ales.

  • Shakespeare Hotel
    8-10 Horsedge Street, Oldham OL1 3SX. Tel: 0161-627 1912.

  • Spinners Tavern, The
    107 Lees Road, Oldham OL4 1JW. Tel: 0161- 287 2772.

  • Star Inn
    49 King Street, Oldham OL8 1DP. Tel: 0161- 624 5866.

  • Three Crowns, The

    955-959 Huddersfield Road, Scouthead, Oldham OL4 4AT . Tel: 0161-624
    Restaurant, tapas and wine bar. “All dishes are home cooked
    and carefully presented and prepared, using only the freshest ingredients.
    As many customers will testify, the food is of the best quality and
    also great value. You’ll find the service to be warm and friendly
    and, of course, there are quality spirits and traditional ales on
    tap, whilst the cellar boasts an excellent range of wines from around
    the world.”

  • Tommyfield, The
    Henshaw Street, Oldham OL1 1NJ, Tel: 0161-678 8545.
    Situated next to the Tommyfield outdoor market (hence its name), serving
    J.W.Lees Ales brewed locally in Middleton. Bar snacks available, pub
    games and big screen satellite TV.

  • Town Hall Tavern, The

    18 Yorkshire Street, Oldham OL1 1QX. Tel: 0161-620 7824.

  • Wheatsheaf, The
    14 Derker Street, Oldham OL1 3LZ. Tel: 0161-633 0597.

  • . Whittles
    27 King Street, Oldham OL8 1DP. Tel: 0161-633 5468. Live music 5
    days a week!

  • Yates’s Wine Lodge
    50 Yorkshire Street, Oldham OL1 1QX. Tel: 0161-6207824.
    A fine upmarket version of the old Yates’s Wine Lodge with ornate plush
    interior fittings and furnishings and a warm welcome. Boddington’s Bitter,
    Cain’s Bitter and Murphy’s Stout on offer. Good pub food and sandwiches
    on offer, with a speciality beef sandwich called “The Bosley”, and Yates’s
    famous own drink concoction “The Blob” – a mixture of fortified white
    wine, hot water, sugar and lemon – well worth trying. Website: www.weareyates.co.uk.

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