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This was my 3rd weekend at kirkstile . Last time was 10 years ago. we just got back from our wedding anniversary treat in the 4 poster room which we always stay in. This is our favourite inn in the lakes . The room was...More
TripAdvisor is full of glowing reports about the Kirkstile Inn, the hotel visitors book contains nothing but superlatives, it has an AA 4-star rating, it figures in the Good Pub Guide. So it is hard to believe this is the same place I stayed at....More
After a gap of 25 years we visited again with our old friends. The inn is the same in terms of its charm and welcoming atmosphere. Our rooms were comfortable, the views amazing and the food and drink delicious. We got drunk on prosecco and...More
We have just spent two days at this great little inn, really good food, great service, and the staff are very friendly and helpfull. We stayed in room 9which is a little annex next to inn, which was very relaxing.the inn is very near Crummock...More
Had a great stay in this lovely cosy inn. Brilliant for food, drink, walks and views. This was our second visit and both have met our expectations. Staff friendly and coped well when very busy. Food very tasy and well presented. Rooms fairly basic but...More
Response from alchrissie | Reviewed this property |
The Wheatsheaf at Lorton is definitely the nearest to The Kirkstile and they also have statics. Alternatively, I believe there are spaces behind The Bridge at Buttermere. Good luck with your search and enjoy.