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Probably the most picturesque pub I've ever been into. Going up the Kirkstone Pass and stopping off here is an experience.
Pub is old school, warm and the food was in good portions and well priced. Love taking pictures on the pass outside and would...More
We stayed at the Kirkstone Inn for 1 week, had the best week of my life. Roy, Claire and Ali made our holiday fantastic. They gave us advice on walks, told us where to go to drink and party!! Can’t get better food or accommodation...More
We ate here for our evening meal and although only starting to serve dinner at 6pm they let you have a drink and browse the menu before hand whilst sitting by a roaring real fire. The ambience of the place is the selling point for...More
We called in for some heart warming soup after a bracing winter walk and we weren't disappointed.
Well, my only disappointment was that I was driving so couldn't enjoy the great range of beer.
The soup was delicious, the chips tasty and the staff friendly
Lovely old atmospheric pub however we visited twice during our stay and there appeared to be more dogs than people! It’s ok to be ‘dog friendly ‘ but please draw a line somewhere! Especially when your serving food! We ate a meal on our first...More