Robin Hood Inn is a 17th century coaching inn, renovated in the mid 19th century. The doorway has carvings of 2 men in Lincoln Green and is inscribed, “If Robin Hood be not at home come take a pot with little John”.
In 1830, the body of Thomas Townsend was displayed here. Also on 30th October 1920 customers of the pub were injured in a charabanc accident at Oxenhope. Now, local chef Matthew Browne and his wife Sally offer freshly cooked food and friendly Yorkshire hospitality to all who visit the Inn.