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If you are visiting the Lake District this place is a must! We have used the Kirkstile Inn over a number of years for both food, drink and accommodation and it always exceeds expectations. The beer is always if great condition. Originally brewed onsite but...More
Response from Andrea Whigham I, General Manager at Kirkstile InnResponded 5 days ago
Thank you so much for your lovely feedback - and for your custom over the years.I am delighted you have enjoyed so many aspects of the Kirkstile Inn and hope we see you many more times
Andrea and the team
Location amazing, very beautiful. Excellent traditional food and a very
pleasant place to stay. Own made beers also excellent. Breakfasts are nice and traditional. We went in November, and it was tranquil, whilst we were lucky wity tue weather in being able to hike around...More
Thank Paul B
Response from Andrea Whigham I, General Manager at Kirkstile InnResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear Paul B
Thank you so much for taking the time to give such lovely feedback on your visit to the Kirkstile Inn. There are some amazing walks in the area and I hope we will see you again soon
We were recommended this inn by several people and all I can say is - THANK YOU , it was fabulous and exactly as we expected. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful, the place is clean and tidy, the food and drink were brilliant...More
Response from Andrea Whigham I, General Manager at Kirkstile InnResponded 28 December 2017
Thank you so much for your lovely feedback , i am so pleased that you had such a relaxing stay and look forward to welcoming you back.
Our best wishes for 2018
Andrea and the team
Stayed two nights having booked their winter DB&B offer.
Overall good value .... the food and service throughout our stay was excellent.
However the room is long overdue refurbishment. Very poor plumbing, decor and towels. Condensation is also a significant issue.
Shower lacked pressure and...More
Response from Andrea Whigham I, Director of Sales at Kirkstile InnResponded 11 December 2017
Thank you for taking the time to feedback on your stay with us.I was delighted to read that enjoyed the food and service , but sorry to hear that your bedroom was not as you expected. We do have some very quirky rooms...More
We have often visited the beer garden and eaten here over the summer. We were excited to have a few nights in front of the fire relaxing. The evening meals were lovely and the rooms had everything you needed and were clean and comfortable. Breakfast...More
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Response from Andrea Whigham I, General Manager at Kirkstile InnResponded 29 November 2017
Dear Donna B
Congratulations on your reaching the top of Melbreak , which, I have to say does seem very intimidating from our garden. Thank you for your great feedback and for the comments on breakfast which are really helpful. The homemade muesli has proved...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.