Saltaire village was a planned community built by Titus Salt between 1850 and 1875 to house the workers at his new mill. The houses and facilities offered a great improvement on those in nearby Bradford at the time. Yet one thing was missing – as a nonconformist with sympathies for the temperance movement (and a keen sense of his own business interests) Salt made sure that there was no public house or saloon built in the village.
Times have changed, and we’re pleased to offer a comfortable haven in the village centre where you can enjoy a drink, some food and good company. But don’t tell Titus…
The Newly Refurbished Don't Tell Titus
Mouth-watering Dishes from our Menu