Traveller's Rest Inn (Grasmere) Reviews
Description:Address: Grasmere / The Lake District / Cumbria / LA22 9RR / England
Newest Review: ... drinks, but my boyfriend was disappointed at the lack of cider available - just Strongbow on tap (which he's not a fan of) or Magner's in a bottle, I don't drink so I'm always satisfied with tap water. We seated ourselves down the far end of the pub in a comfortable middle booth where we browsed the menu - this didn't offer a huge amount of choice and seemed fairly up market. In the end we ... more
Customer Traveller's Rest Inn (Grasmere) Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I have a great deal of fond memories of this pub - no I'm not a local, but my Dad used to take me on a week's holiday to Grasmere ever year and we would frequent the Traveller's Rest (or Traveller's vest as Dad used to call it) for dinner on many an occasion. On one memorable day when we got stuck up a mountain after dark, we used the lights from the pub to guide us in the right direction down the mountain side! Until last weekend, I hadn't been back to the area for around a decade and I'd really missed the place, so I jumped at the opportunity to photograph a wedding up in Windermere! My boyfriend and I arrived at our B&B in Grasmere the evening before ... Read the complete review
by Dave - written on 19/04/09
We've been going to the Traveller's Rest for many years, as drinkers, diners and as guests in their accomodation. Our 2 most recent visits have left us feeling that something is missing these days, it seems soul-less.I think the pub is losing its identity, it's going 'corporate' and what they need is a return to basics - above all they need some stability behind the bar so that next time you go there you're recognised.At one time the Traveller's was without competition in Grasmere, these days I reckon Tweedies in the heart of the village is a better pub.Shame, I hope it returns to its former glory.
by - written on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 294 readings)
The Traveller's Inn on the main road, just outside the village of Grasmere is perfectly placed to attract passing trade, walkers and visitors to Grasmere itself. Although it doesn't look much from the outside inside it's a different story, with a real sense of history and character (it's an old coach house). On opening the door, you are immediately greeted by a roaring log fire - always welcome on a cold day, with the small bar immediately in front of you. As soon as you walk in, you normally get a very cheery welcome from the bar staff. Service generally is pretty friendly (although smiles apparently cost extra from the waitress we had on our last visit) ... Read the complete review
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