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This is the only pub built on consecrated ground! Very cosy, with a log fire in the public bar. The pint of Nutty Black I had was perfect. Not a great choice of food but the ham, egg & chips was fantastic. Locals were mainly...More
Just a call for a couple of 'halves' but nevertheless very interesting indeed.
This pub was built originally in the 1600s and has listed building status.
Just outside the gates of the (largely) redundant church it has probably more to tell than the church itself!...More
This is a very cosy traditional pub. Worth a visit to see the quirky decoration. Very cosy atmosphere by the real fire but slightly unwelcoming attitude from the barman ....possibly the son of the proprietor?
The Ring o’ Bells is a lovely pub. I don’t know how many bars it has, but we were in cosy one at the front with a lovely fire. This is clearly a local pub and the locals we met were welcoming and very friendly....More
My husband, myself and elderly Mum popped into the Ring O'Bells for lunch after visiting the beautiful Kendal Parish Church which is next door. It was a lovely traditional pub (we ate in the lounge). We all had something different but was bowled over by...More
Lovely quirky little pub in a gorgeous location. Total escape from a busy day. The original features in the snug make it an interesting place to visit. Real fireplace is lovely in winter. There's a lovely riverside walk only yards away and the parish church...More