Brought my parents here for lunch and food was good as ever. The main eating area away from the open fire was quite chilly though but otherwise a lovely meal.
We were told to try this pub out as we were in the area for a couple of days and what a find! We went two nights in a row and thoroughly enjoyed the food and atmosphere. We felt very at home by the fire and the food was excellent. We tried the steak and ale, spicy cod fillet and... More
We chose this for lunch as is pet friendly at this time. We both had vegetarian lasagne. i have to say, we agreed it was the best vegetarian lasagne we had ever tasted. No chips but salad brought with it, but ample size meant they weren't needed.
We always seem to manage to plan our walks to pass through the Kirkstile at least once a visit. This time we manage to make it twice plus the opportunity to sample an evening meal. Not disappointed by anything. Great Cumbrian atmosphere, good food and a wide selection of refreshments.
We visited based on Tripadvisor reviews and were not diappointed. Our party had a Roast beef sunday special, ham sandwich, steak and ale pie and an omelette with smoked haddock and there wasnt a scrap left. The food was hot and plentiful. With a sticky toffee pudding and fruit crumble to finsh we were too full to move. The staff... More
My 17 year old son and I had just walked up Melbreak and along crummock water nad went oin for afternoon tea- . We had pots of tea, scones (large adn delicious) and teacakes (ditto). There portions were massive and very welcome. The cream was whipped rather than clotted which wasn't quite so nice. However the views were spectacular!!
Had lunch here while walking around Crummock water. It is in a beautiful position and has an excellent menu.
Enjoyed an excellent meal at this pub along with a pint of Loweswater Gold. It's a lovely welcoming pub with open fire (and a beer garden for the summer) which was really busy when we visited and even when we called back for a coffee mid-afternoon after they had stopped serving meals.
Amazing food at a beautiful old inn. The steak pie was really good, with double cooked chops and proper vegetables, at a very good price. The chocolate brownie was also delicious as was the pot of coffee. If you have the opportunity take a drive to this wonderful place you will not be disappointed.
Lovely setting and great food. We ate there several times and really enjoyed the atmosphere. We will definitely be visiting again when we are in the Lake District.
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