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Stopped for lunch. Incredibly old pub steeped in history and charm. Friendly service. Genuinely good pub food. Great choice of real puddings too. Would definitely recommend. Situated in a beautiful area too - don't forget your camera!
Popped in here a couple of times and the two members of staff I met were both courteous and welcoming. It’s a great place to get a cuppa, a beer or a meal after a day in the hills or if your passing by ....More
A great old pub, popular with walkers, bikers etc. Absolutely amazing views, great service, drinks, food. The homemade pickled eggs served in a packet of salt and vinegar crisps....mmm. Love this place, we visit every time we go to the lakes! ❤️
Stayed here for a single night just before the first May bank holiday. Rooms are comfortable, if a bit basic, but they are good value. Evening meals are just about ok, but nothing more than that - if you are going to serve home made...More
Probably the most picturesque pub I've ever been into. Going up the Kirkstone Pass and stopping off here is an experience.
Pub is old school, warm and the food was in good portions and well priced. Love taking pictures on the pass outside and would...More