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All reviews the pub lamb henry dining room pie high demand sea bass selection of local ales wonderful location cannot recommend highly enough dogs welcome wonderful pub sit outside wide selection skelwith bridge hotel fires walkers langdale
A lovely traditional pub. Our room was clean with a new bathroom. Staff were excellent from start to finish. Our evening meal was great too, lamb Henry and sea bass. Breakfast was good with lots of choice. Our dog Alfie very welcomed.
Mid walk lunchtime snack , pork and stuffing sandwich, cheese and chutney sandwich along with a couple of portions of chips. All really good and was exactly what we wanted. Lovely setting, would recommend
Went here on a Friday evening and it was very busy. Luckily it was dry and we were able to sit outside as inside was full. The outside seating area is nice with a view of the little green. Good place to sit and watch...More
I visited the Britannia Inn with friends following a local walk. The location is stunning nestled in the Langdales. The pub is clean & welcoming & the have a good selection of beers & wines. The food however is expensive for & our sausage sandwiches...More
On a recent visit we had a fabulous meal in a beautifully traditional Lakeland pub with outstanding views. We cannot recommend highly enough the steak and ale pie, it is simply outstanding and probably the best pie we have ever eaten. Loved the atmosphere, the...More
The Britannia ticks all the boxes if you’re looking for a traditional pub; good choice of regional beers, open fires, cosy bars and good food. If your appetite has been sharpened by a walk beforehand then there’s a fair choice on the menu to satisfy....More
We were in Langdale for Christmas, we ate hear on 3 evenings and we opted for the dining room as the bar is really warm with the open fireplace. There is a10% supplement to eat in this area but it’s worth it, Food really good...More
One of our regular 'haunts', the 'Brit' (as we call it) is quite simply the Lakes. Whether it's picturesque lime-washed building, the range of cracking local beers (including the rare and very fine 'Langdale' brewery ales), the homely and filling local fayre (go for the...More