63 Saltaire Rd,
Fanny's is a traditional alehouse with wooden floorboards, authentic gaslights and an open fire which blazes merrily during the colder months of the year. Situated on the eastern perimeter of Saltaire Village (a major West Yorkshire tourist attractor and since 2003, World Heritage Site) the pub, with its convivial atmosphere, is a popular meeting place for many well-known local characters and favourite haunt of Saltaire's growing community of artists & musicians. However the fine selection of well-kept real ales also attracts an appreciative clientele from further afield. Among the drinks available are:
10 hand-pulled cask ales --- Taylor's "Landlord" and "Golden Best", Theakston's "Old Peculier" and a wide variety of guest beers mainly chosen from microbreweries within a thirty mile radius.
3 permanent lagers: "Warsteiner", "Beck's" and "Alpine Lager" (formerly "Ayingerbrau").
A selection of Belgian bottled beers such as "Leffe", "Westmalle", "Erdinger", "Maiselsweiss" and "Veltin's".
2 draught ciders: "Weston's Old Rosie" and "Stowford Press".
Fanny's has been in the CAMRA good beer guide for the last nine years, during which time it has twice been voted "Pub of the Season".
Open all the time
List of opening times.
mod 5pm -11pm
tues 12pm - 11pm
wed 12pm - 11pm
thurs 12pm - 11pm
fri 12pm - 12pm
sat 12pm - 12pm
sun 12pm - 11pm