The Butchers Arms is one of Yorkshires finest public houses and sits is in the centre of the ancient village of Hepworth, a village that features in the Domesday book of 1086.
The traditional bar with stone floors and an open fire is a haven for walkers and dog owners who enjoy the many routes around this beautiful corner of the Holme Valley. The pub has been an essential part of the village for around 70 years and remains a social hub for locals and tourists alike.
They are passionate about local ales and good wines. You can find a range of delicious Yorkshire Ales, with a cellar stocked with a selection of wines, prosecco and champagne plus a huge array of gin!