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The Drover's Rest is a traditional English country pub, situated near the Hadrian's Wall walking and cycling routes, and not far from Burgh Marsh and the Solway Coast. The building itself is over 400 years old, and has a large beer garden to the rear used during the summer months. We serve locally sourced and homemade traditional dishes, and a range of fine local real ales. Children's meals, desserts and specials are listed on the blackboards inside, and dogs are welcome. Booking is highly recommended; and essential for groups of 8 or more.
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Visited with friends for early evening meal and for a Tuesday night the place was busy when compared with other country pubs. A welcoming open fire and comfy seating is always a plus. Two of us had the fish and chips which we had chosen...More
Went out for a meal with my sister and her son who were here visiting for the weekend. we went out for a quick bite to eat and ended up staying for the quiz night. What lovely people and the food was brilliant too.
A taxi driver recommended this place to us for food and we weren't disappointed. I had the most delicious creamy mushrooms with herby scones. Unfortunately the portion was so big that I didn't get to eat dessert. Friendly staff and good atmosphere.
4 of us turned up after being booked in by a local campsite
Each of us had a Burger and were all left very happy on what arrived. Burger, chorizo, cheese and Black pudding what can go wrong?
We would have stayed a little earlier...More
Went for dinner with the wife to the drovers after it had been recommended .the pub was very nice and the staff were very friendly ..The wife had a burger and I had the gammon which were both very nice.not brilliant but not bad either..would...More
We visited the Drover’s Rest for a Saturday evening meal. Encouraged by a pub full of diners, my friend and I were really looking forward to a fine and traditional country pub meal.
We both ordered the ‘homemade steak pie in shortcrust pastry’.
Booked a table for Saturday evening. I had a steak, chips, peas and salad and it was lovely. My husband had surf and turf which was equally as nice. We could have sat in the dining room but chose to sit in the bar which...More
We pop in here anytime we’re back in Carlisle for the friendly atmosphere and brilliant selection of real ale. As an experienced beer lover I can describe the taste I like and always am recommended an ale that’s perfect to my liking!
This time was...More