Welcome to The Printers Arms, Denshaw, Oldham
The Printers Arms pub was originally built around 1717, then called the Coach & Horses Inn when the local trade was wool.
It provided a stopping place on the Oldham to Ripponden turnpike. During the 19th century calico printing took over as the main trade and the name of the inn changed to keep up with the times.
Today, a very warm welcome awaits you at The Printers Arms, Denshaw.
Since taking over the Printers Arms in March 2008 the owners Gary Davey, Ian Carr and Terry Furlong have totally refurbished the pub to a very high standard incorporating a lovely restaurant which has a wonderful ambience for a great night out with family and friends. The landlord Ian Carr together with the rest of the front of house staff are on hand to make your dining experience a pleasurable one, we have had great reviews which always praise not only the wonderful food but the friendly and experienced service of the staff. At The Printers Arms, Denshaw you can enjoy a truly wonderful dining experience in lovely surroundings.
Our team of highly qualified chefs, led by Martin Jones and assisted by his experienced sous chef Mark Britt, have created a menu that incorporates both classic pub dishes together with exciting specials, there is something to suit all tastes and we pride ourselves on giving our customers that restaurant quality and service at pub prices. We use local fresh produce which is all cooked fresh to order, our local butcher in Uppermill, Saddleworth provides us with all our high quality meats.