The Slaters Arms in Bradley has been a public house for over 150 years and is steeped in history and tradition. From the huge open fireplace to the beer garden overlooking the orchard to the Aire valley beyond this really is a perfect setting.

A traditional old English pub, the Slaters Arms first opened as a Public House in 1858 and it still has many original features, beautiful oak beams and a huge open fireplace which on cold days contains a roaring log fire.

The Slaters Arms was a Samuel Websters House until the brewery closed in 1996 and still displays the old Samuel Webster livery. These days however the Slaters is famed locally for its well kept real ales and wonderful home cooked food and Phil and Rosemary Cook would be happy to welcome you.

The beer garden to the rear of the pub commands far reaching views over the Aire Valley, looking over the orchard and across the Leeds-Liverpool canal and River Aire. The garden is sun trap in spring and summer surrounded with fragrant flowering bushes the perfect place to while away a sunny afternoon.

Phil and Rosemary, along with the chefs and staff at The Slaters Arms are rightly proud of the reputation they now have for quality Beer, Food, Wine and Service, bookings are advisable.


The Slaters Arms serves the local community as well as the many visitors from the surrounding areas and walkers who, having visited once always return. The Slaters Arms is the home of the Bradley Cricket Club whose ground is a short walk away as well as running teams in the local domino league.

There is the famous Slaters Arms Quiz once a month with speciality rounds and an accumulator, see the quiz nights section for details of the next quiz, winners etc.

We pride ourselves that wherever possible we use locally sourced seasonal ingredients to create dishes for you to enjoy.

The chefs and staff at The Slaters arms are rightly proud of the reputation for excellent quality food and service that has been gained over the years, with dishes ranging from our signature dish of Lamb Henry to the weekly specials displayed in the bar.

Whether you would prefer a traditional Sunday Roast or are looking for a special meal for a special occasion, or even just a lunchtime snack you will not be disappointed with the fare.

The Slaters Arms is in the village of Bradley between Skipton and Keighley just off the A629 on the borders of West and North Yorkshire.
Turn off the A629 towards Bradley and follow the road over the canal bridge, then after 50 yards turn right onto Matthew Lane, at the top of Matthew Lane turn right again onto Crag Lane and The Slaters Arms is a further 30 yards on your right with the entrance to the car park immediately before the pub.