We could not park at the castle so had to use layby and walk and on our way back thought we would try the pub out and we're pleased by the range of food and the pleasant service and a good range of drinks. Plenty...More
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Arrived at about 8:30pm on a Saturday from the nearby Kendal Caravan camping site. Allocated ourselves a table, opened a tab at the bar and waited for someone to come and take the food order. The food was actually quite good and enjoyable, although the...More
We visited Sizergh castle and thought we'd give the Strickland arm a go for Sunday lunch on the way out. Amazing.....really attentive bar man and waiting staff....but the most amazing Sunday roast I have had in ...well I can't remover when. Carrots cauliflower, broccoli all...More
Rude staff and constantly rushed and hurried to leave. Hadn't finished our first course and already the second course was waiting. Hadn't finished our dessert and already someone was stood over us with the card machine. Completely unprofessional
We were stopping nearby and the Strickland was our personal favourite in Kendal area though we haven't visited for a couple of years, after reading trip advisor reviews we were cautious about suspected management change ? We called for Saturday & Sunday Lunches in early...More
Popped in one evening for a pint and a bite as recommended by our B&B hosts. Reasonable choice of food and what we had was better than your average pub grub.
We came here on Saturday night with friends, for a meal and a couple of drinks. We had booked a table and good job as it was busy. When our order was taken - they didn't have probably about 20 percent of the food we...More