Yes it would appear that the pub has closed ( or at least Phil has left .....a year is up! ) Just to put in my twopennorth regarding some of the comments on this thread.
The first reason is undoubtedly the pubco ownership issue, every local closure is a pubco situation , Spring Gardens, Lane Ends, Norfolk Arms, Rock tavern and the Oddies
Secondly , Phil was a good chef but an amateur when it came to running the whole thing, the service was often shambolic and you cant afford that when you are trying to rebuild the business.
Thirdly , the area can certainly support a quality dining pub ( yes another one ) just because they are not eating in the Oddfellows does not mean that they are not eating out. They are on the train to Manchester, trying somewhere new in Heaton Moor, Disley or Glossop or even driving the 7 miles to Kettleshulme to pay homage to Robert Cloughley, the ex-owner of the Oddies pre Enterprise Inns. The Midland seems to do OK and their food comes in a refrigerated catering van and isn't bought in from a farmers market!!
Finally negative comments on websites don't put pubs out of business, indeed the Oddies had some great reviews on the Manchester Confidential web site: http://www.manchesterconfidential.co.uk/Food-and-Drink/Pubs/The-Oddfellows-of-Mellor-review_16606.asp
but word of mouth is very powerful and Marple/Mellor is not a massive place. I was interested to see that Mothering Sunday was a debacle as he seemed to have a full car park. Locals do support good places , the Hare and Hounds deserves all it's success, the Devvy still had plenty of custom but had started to get a little stale. The only changes seen on the menu in the last couple of years were the prices.