Saddleworth Holiday Lettings

Things To Do

The Albion Tap

A stylish bar formed from a former book shop and bottle shop. It comprises a stainless steel bar, high wooden tables and exposed brickwork and a mural of an old Saddleworth snow scene. Bees adorn the ceiling and in addition to the cask ales there are eight key keg / keg fonts with Track, Cloudwater and Thornbridge often featured. Good selection of gins and vodkas and a carefully curated choice of UK and foreign bottles and cans. The pub occupies what was the oldest working mill in Saddleworth.

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Dovestone Resevoir

A dramatic landscape surrounded by hills. Enjoy a stunning 2.5 mile walk round Dove Stone reservoir with picnic area and woodland paths on the way. There are additional tracks around Yeoman Hey and Greenfield reservoirs, or a 1.5 mile route to Chew reservoir, a steep walk rewarded by fabulous views.

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The Hare And Hounds

A friendly traditional pub in the centre of Uppermill with a wide variety of drinks and entertainment available.

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Huddersfield Narrow Canal

The Huddersfield Narrow Canal scales the Pennines and its summit is the highest stretch of canal in Britain. Standedge Tunnel is the longest, highest and oldest tunnel to be built in Britain - and the nearby Visitor Centre is a great place for a family day out.

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Saddleworth Rushcart

Built by the Saddleworth Morris Men, it is one of the last rushcarts still going, and, 33 years since it was restarted based upon the rushcarts of the late 19th Century, shows no sign of stopping.

For those who don't already know, the weekend begins with Saddleworth's performance of the Uppermill Rushcart Dance, before the 'cart is taken to Greenfield, and then onto Delph and Dobcross after a short break back in Uppermill.

On the Sunday it is taken up Church Road, where dancing, fun and games can be seen outside the Church Inn and the Cross Keys.

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Saddleworth Museum and Gallery

Based in Uppermill, the Saddleworth Museum and Gallery boasts a wide range of displays highlighting the history of Saddleworth and the surrounding area along with an art gallery and gift shop.

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Named after a local landmark linked to Druids in bygone days and more recent history with local Poet Ammon Wrigley. Anglo-Italian would best describe the food.

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Millgate Arts Centre

Millgate Arts Centre is home to a thriving local arts community, providing a base for theatre, film

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Inner Space Records

New and second hand record shop next door to the Albion Tap in the centre of Uppermill. Friendly and knowledgeable and with some excellent stock.

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Summit Up

Try something new, bring the family and most importantly, have fun.

Start climbing!

Albion Farm Shop

Farm Shop and Cafe, located in the stunning rural area of Saddleworth, with panoramic views reaching across Delph, Dobcross, Diggle, Greenfield, Scouthead and Lydgate.

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The Albion Tap

albion tap

Saddleworth Museum and Gallery

saddleworth museu

Dovestone Reservoir


The Hare And Hounds

uppermill hare and hounds

Standedge Visitor Centre

Standedge Visitor Centre


Dinner Stones, 101 High St, Uppermill, Oldham OL3 6BD, UK

Inner Space Records

inner space records

Summit Up

Centre for All Nations Egerton Rooms, Egerton St, Oldham OL1 3SE, UK

Albion Farm

Shanghai Wong, Delph, Oldham OL3 5RQ, UK

And of course, Saddleworth isn’t far from Manchester city centre, Leeds and Hudderfield and it has excellent transport links with both regular busses and a train station in Greenfield. It’s an excellent base to discover the North West!