Exploring Cleckheaton

Cleckheaton, located between Bradford and Leeds, has plenty to offer those looking to call the town home. From family-run restaurants and cosy pubs to picturesque parks, there is so much to do and explore right on your doorstep.

Food and drink in Cleckheaton

Cleckheaton’s variety of authentic eating and drinking experiences from around the world will leave you spoilt for choice.


Serving up authentic Italian food since 1983, this quant hidden gem is a family-run restaurant and offers a range of genuine dishes influenced by generations of chefs. The cosy, dimly lit restaurant offers a romantic and relaxing atmosphere while the team are passionate and love to talk about the food and the history of their restaurant.


Based on the outskirts of Cleckheaton, Aakash Indian claims to be the ‘largest Indian restaurant in the world’ and offers a famous 5 course buffet prepared by their 5-star chefs. The buffet offers you the opportunity to try over 50 Indian dishes; perfect if you can’t decide or just want to try something new, and means there’s something to suit everyone’s tastes, even the kids!


Located next to King Edward VII Memorial Park. Wok Ever Palace is where the locals in Cleckheaton go for Chinese cuisine. This popular dining experience offers an a la carte menu filled with oriental favourites or you can opt to share a set banquet menu between two people from just £18 per person.


This micro-brewery pub offers a wide selection of real ales, gins and more from the Hawsworth Brewing Co. and Whitechapel Brewery. Sample craft ales and spirits from some of the local breweries while enjoying a large helping of pub grub from the extensive kitchen menu, including pies, giant Yorkshire puddings, Sunday lunch and more.

Entertainment in Cleckheaton

Whether you’re looking for a family day out or treating yourself to some ‘you’ time, there’s plenty to explore in Cleckheaton.


Whether you’re looking for a family fun day at the pool or want to get into shape and test your fitness, Spenborough Pool and Fitness Centre is just around the corner and has plenty of sports and leisure facilities to offer. From a fitness suite and full timetable of classes, to an athletics track and swimming pool, it has something for all ages.


Founded in 1900, the club was designed by world famous golf architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. Cleckheaton Golf Club is a private member club, which lets you enjoy the 18 hole 6077 yard par 70 parkland course.


Located 2 miles out of Cleckheaton, Oakwell Hall Country Park offers a fun day out for all the family.

The park includes a visitor centre, gift shop, nature trail, picnic sites, a playground for children of all abilities. If you’re in the mood to relax you can sit back with coffee and cake in the café while taking in the stunning surroundings of the 16th Century Manor house.