Pubs in Cumbria in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... this pub which also has a lovely beer garden, and a wonderful atmosphere. The only downside is that the landlord is like a Nazi and come last orders at 22.50pm you have to get your last drink which is fair enough, but when 23.00 hours strikes he made us feel extremely unwelcome, even if you only have 10 minutes to drink a full pint he will whip it off the table and look at his watch.. A quiet couple wanting to finish drinks were basically kicked out with the door slammed behind us.. Shame on you Mr Evil landbaron.. This in fairness did not put us off re-visiting but left an unsavoury taste in our mouths about how tourists are veiwed from a... more
Customer Pubs in Cumbria in general Reviews (3)
by Silvester - written on 24/08/09
This is a great pub with fantastic staff in a breathtaking location, the weekend live entertainment is great and I would highly recommend visiting this pub which also has a lovely beer garden, and a wonderful atmosphere. The only downside is that the landlord is like a Nazi and come last orders at 22.50pm you have to get your last drink which is fair enough, but when 23.00 hours strikes he made us feel extremely unwelcome, even if you only have 10 minutes to drink a full pint he will whip it off the table and look at his watch.. A quiet couple wanting to finish drinks were basically kicked out with the door slammed behind us.. Shame on you Mr Evil landbaron.. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/02, updated on 12/04/02 (Very useful, 603 readings)
Apparently it used to be a 'local pub for local people' but its a very welcomnig place that tolerates the hordes of tourists , and finds enough room so that you don't feel claustrophobic. It does B&B, and out the back is a brewery where they make real ale. What more could anyone desire? The Location: The Bull is on the junction between the two roads that run through Coniston, and consequentally is easy to find. From it, you can just about see some of the surrounding peaks, you cannot see the lake at all - views are not something it has going for it. The pub is clearly old (don't ask me, I dont know.)and is large. The front of the pub, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/00, updated on 13/11/00 (Very useful, 2227 readings)
The Stickle Barn set in the village of Great Langdale and surrounded by the beautiful Langdale Pikes, is far and away the best pub in Cumbria. It is in an ideal spot for walkers, near to several B&B's, the Great Langdale Campsite, and even having its own centrally heated bunkhouse accommodation out back. There is a small village shop nearby and it is a short drive to nearby towns of Ambleside, Hawkshead, Conniston, and even Windermere. Just a few minutes drive (or about half an hours walk for the energetic amongst you) is the breathtaking Blea Tarn, set in some incredible scenery, and definitely worth a visit. The pub itself has a lively ... Read the complete review
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|The Red Lion (Earlswood)|
A delicious menu, excellent wine list, good atmosphere, helpful staff
Having to cross the road once you have parked the car
|Flambe Cocktail Bar (Lytham)|
Great drinks, nice venue
Rude staff, slightly expensive
|The Bridge Bier Huis (Burnley)|
Massive selection of real ale, lagers, spirits. Fantastic atmoshpere.
A little dearer than some pubs but you get what you pay for!
|Cross Keys (Sheffield)|
Lots of history
None as far as I am concerned
|The Union Rooms (Plymouth)|
Cheap as chips! Varied music in the evenings
Often dirty, rude people
Spacious, Good atmosphere, generally clean
Can get alot of football fans in here on sporting occasions!
|Doggett's Riverside Bars and Terraces (London)|
Location and inexpensive food
Can be crowded and noisy
|The Berkshire Arms (Midgham)|
Great food, great service, cosy place
|The Dublin Packet (Chester)|
Well situated for the shops and market. Comfortable seats. The door out.
Very poor service from one of the barstaff. Odd objects in the food.