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Why do pubs advertise themselves as real ale pubs, one offer was Butcombe from Bristol, and Dirty Dozen from I think a Manchester brewery, both not great and frothy, There are some great brewers in Cumbria I beg you to support your local ones who...More
Guests with dogs are housed in room in the Sally and have breakfast in the Horse and Farrier. The Sally is a Sports pub more frequented by locals whereas the Horse and Farrier is more concerned with serving food. The Sally was very noisy as...More
My husband bought a round of drinks for £18.50. when they were drunk the exact same round was bought and his mate was charged £23.00. when they queried this, the barman stated they had two different price bands one for locals and one for tourists!...More
Booked in for Sunday lunch - there had been a problem apparently with staffing for the afternoon and consequently a lady from the partner pub in the village was filling in - we received excellent service and the sunday roast was brilliant both in terms...More
Firstly this was one of the only pubs that could accommodate my big group of 22 for sunday lunch.
We arrived 45 minutes early but our table was ready and we were seated pretty quickly.
The beer is nice with a good selection of real...More