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The Pheasant Inn
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Reviewed June 4, 2011

This hotel is fab. Expensive but you get everything you pay for. Food is superb, accommodation is amazing and set in lovely surroundings. I have been a few times and always go for dinner bed and breakfast, you can't beat it.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 29, 2011

We first experienced the" Pheasant" for our wedding night four years ago. We have been back every year since including a break between Christmas and New Year. The place has a lovely peacefulness about it so you can relax and read the papers by the fire on one of the many comfy sofas in the spacious lounge area.
The rooms (well we only ever stay in the Ennerdale Suite, as this is so special to us) are in keeping with the age of the building. Lovely creaky floors and huge sash windows.
Guests are treated with respect and are made to feel welcome - formal but relaxed approach - spot on for that special stay.

Food is very good too, from breakfast through to lunch, afternoon tea and evening meal.

If you are looking for music, lively bar etc then look elsewhere. The pheasant retains it's original charm.

  • Stayed: March 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Jaybly
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Reviewed May 29, 2011

Only stayed the 1 night but wanted to stay longer.
The bar was very welcoming and the food in the bistro excellent. I had a steak that was so tender and home made chips like granny used to make - lovely!
The room was peaceful and the bed so comfie I had a great nights sleep with a short walk in the morning in a stunning location...I will be back with my partner!

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed May 16, 2011

A perfect hotel to enjoy the Lake District from. We stayed one night and will be going back. The standard of service was excellent, the staff were helpful and friendly. The room was spacious and the bathroom big. We ate in the restauant and the food was really good, if you like nice food you will love this. Nice walks around the hotel if you want them. Not cheap but worth paying a little extra for.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank n0rthern_belle
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Reviewed May 8, 2011

We stayed at this hotel in late April and enjoyed it very much. The staff are not intrusive at all, the room was lovely and we had an upgrade, the most comfortable bed and pillows made for a great night's sleep. Breakfast menu is wide with something for everyone and very satisfying. The hotel gardens are very pretty and well maintained although are probably at their best in the height of summer, when I expect they are beautiful. We didn't try the bistro as we preferred the restaurant and that menu was very varied. My fillet of Cumbrian beef attracted a supplement but it was only £3 and the fillet was absolutely delicious. As one other person has commented, I was surprised that coffee was an added extra after dinner, rather than an included item. We will definitely stay here again as the olde world charm is offset by the important modern touches of comfortable beds, warm rooms with good bathrooms, quality toiletries and double glazing to keep any noise to a minimum from the nearby road and the general bathroom facilities in the downstairs of the hotel for general use were of high quality and high standards of cleanliness all round. Quality of this standard isn't cheap but for a hotel of this grading, what would you expect?

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Frodshamite
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