Delicious, fresh coffees from our newly-installed espresso machine. Lattes, Mochas, Cappuccinos and many more!
A Warm & hearty welcome!
If you’re looking for an old fashioned, comfortable pub with good beers and hearty,
traditional food - then look no further!
We’re a family-run business who pride ourselves on providing a warm and welcoming
atmosphere in our home! Sunny patio in Summer to real, open-flame fires for the
long bits in between! A traditionally well-furnished, quirky interior with a good
range of beers, wines and spirits all combine to make The Junction Inn at Denshaw
a great place to visit!
Steve, Janette & Emma
Hearty food served daily..
NO TV or Pool Table..
Adults-only evening dining..
Junction Inn - at a glance!
Friendly, family service..
Located at the confluence of 5 roads - hence ‘The Junction’ - we are in the heart
of Denshaw, a village in Saddleworth amongst the South Pennines.
Originally built as a coach house for travellers in 1795, The Junction has served
as an inn for over 200 years - and we are delighted to carry on in it’s traditional
Feel free to pop in for a coffee! We offer a range of Teas, Coffees or Hot Chocolate!
Take away option also available. Delicious freshly ground coffee from our newly-installed
machine including Latte, Mocha, Cappuccino & many more!
After months of trying out varying styles of menu content we’ve finally settled for
what we believe to be a great offering! The new menu is available to view online
One thing we do at The Junction is to offer an ‘Adults Only’ dining option. Young
Kids are welcome to dine with us up to 6.oopm - but no later. Evening dining is strictly
for the grown ups. Family dining is available all day for most of the week and at
weekends. Read more…
We’ve changed our opening times! Opening times can be viewed here!
Fancy a bit of a quiz?We’d love to get your views so why not vote below!
Thanks… …to all those who were patient with us when our oven & griddle packed up recently! Sorted now…
Thanks also… …to Alan who pointed out my obsessive use of exclamation marks! I tend to use them in a tongue-in-cheek kind of way - certainly not as an emphasis. Sorry if they’ve offended - genuinely not meant! (Oops Sorry!)