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We had booked for 2 nights during October 2020 so COVID times. There is a very small car park at the rear of the pub, 3 cars, but there is a very large public car park 20m down the road. We had the suite at...More
I cannot believe how much we were looking forward to our trip that unfortunately due to the pandemic we are unable to take. This establishment has tried to inform me that they intend to keep my £218 (for 2 nights and 2 breakfasts) and will...More
Despite the website stating they were open and reviews being very good. The place seemed deserted and closed up like the Marie Celeste. It was a shame as they have the best location and there were plenty of tourists about even end of September
Title says it all. Fantastic place to stay. Beautiful views. Don't judge a book by its cover, the rooms (room 25) are amazing! And very well priced. Will definitely be returning. Thanks for a great relaxing stay.
Superb location, a true hidden gem! The staff/management are lovely people very welcoming and very helpful. The views speak for themselves and deserve a visit to watch a sunset outside the pub with a nice beverage or five. Fantastic for dog owners like ourselves, our...More
Visited here early on a Saturday evening in February and the views were stunning across the estuary.
A good range of real ales at the bar and I expected a lot from the menu due to the venue being in the AA Pub Guide. The...More
fantastic pub with smashing home made food, perfect beer and the staff make you feel like old friends, plenty of locals in the pub and everyone was friendly and wanted to talk. Not many beer gardens have a view like The Inn
The village itself is sleepy, in a good way, but has two super eateries, The Inn and the Pennington. Revenglass Station connects with the Ratty, the train that takes you up through the hills - it is a simply wonderful... More
The village itself is sleepy, in a good way, but has two super eateries, The Inn and the Pennington. Revenglass Station connects with the Ratty, the train that takes you up through the hills - it is a simply wonderful journey with great walking from almost all of the stations on the narrow gauge line. Muncaster Castle is fabulous, historic and fascinating. There is also a bird of prey centre at the castle. Within a short drive you have dramatic Wasdale, beautiful Ennerdale and Eskdale. A gorgeous area.