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Proper English Pub right in the middle of Bowness, with a friendly atmosphere and a great feel about it. Staff are welcoming, helpful and happy to talk. A traditional old style menu with the food exceptional quality and good value. This is a place not...More
Went to this charming pub for our supper and weren’t disappointed, there was a large open fire blaring away and it was so cozy, the food and service you couldn’t fault, there was plenty of food on the plate. The pub had such a warm...More
Now if your looking for a traditional English pub look no further than here. Forget all the modern bars that are lifeless literally step back in time and see how a pub used to be. Welcoming and friendly with an open log fire. It was...More
Love to visit Hole in t'wall when in Bowness on Windermere, on a few occasions, as it has history and a fun and fascinating interior with stuffed rabbits and all sorts hanging about, it's just great spending your time looking at it all hanging from...More
My husband and I had a night away in Bowness for Boxing Day. We chose to have dinner out at this pub, as it was highly recommended to us by family. The service was quick, the food was excellent and the pub itself is quirky...More
A quirky gem of a pub - unique and atmospheric! The 'Hole in t'Wall' is the oldest pub in Bowness, built in 1612 and nothing much has changed, apart from electricity
""A quiet-looking giant", observed Charles Dickens, who drank here in 1857" is written at...More
Probably my third or fourth visit to this pub/restaurant and again it never disappointed.
Excellent spot for some good beer or food and a cosy and busy atmosphere. It is always pretty full which speaks for itself. The beams, shelves and ceilings are crammed with...More