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What a lovely pub in such a gorgeous, peaceful place. We came here on a Sunday night and the owners were having their own tea when we arrived, they were really a accommodating and took our order quickly.
We had a fussy eater in the...More
This is the only pub/restaurant in town and it's fine with a great selection of food. Even a great selection of gluten free meals as the owner is Celiac. We ate a total of 4 meals, all had great portions, were hot and at a...More
We ate at the King Arms twice during our stay and the pub very welcoming and a good menu with specials and prices that were about average to pub food . The only drawback was the consistency of the quality of the food with one...More
It was a case of 3 of us calling in for coffee really and to try and secure information about the haaf netters. If you do not know what they are I suggest that you research them. They are an ancient breed of fishermen who...More
We finished our walk and went straight into the pub for a celebratory beer , the pub was reasonably busy at about 4 30 , we had been told by a guy up the road who takes photos that this was the best pub in...More
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I saw some t shirts for sale at the Wallsend B&B (in Bowness on Solway) they said 'I walked the wall', I think they had 2/3 different designs but I didn't notice any polo shirts. The Kings Arms probably sell them too. You... More
I saw some t shirts for sale at the Wallsend B&B (in Bowness on Solway) they said 'I walked the wall', I think they had 2/3 different designs but I didn't notice any polo shirts. The Kings Arms probably sell them too. You can also buy a nice looking certificate which has a picture of the wall on it and says 'I walked the Wall', it also says how long it is etc. We bought one from the B&B but again I think The Kings Arms would also have them - I can't remember whether it was £2.50 or £5. Btw, from a brief glance at the t shirts, they looked to be nice quality.