The Boot and Shoe (Cumbria) Reviews
Description:Address: The Boot & Shoe Greystoke, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0TP.
Newest Review: ... fancy pulling over to allow a car to pass in one of the more difficult spots and ending up in a muddy ditch, and so we visited the pub during the daytime for a meal on two occasions during our stay. The Boot and Shoe is open all day and seems quite popular with locals and visitors. There are a few spaces outside to park your car, but on both occasions all available space was being used and ... more
Customer The Boot and Shoe (Cumbria) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/01/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
On a recent short break in the Lake District staying near the village of Greystoke not far from Penrith and Ullswater we came across The Boot and Shoe, a pub which also offers meals and accommodation. Greystoke itself is a lovely little village with its 17th century slate roofed stone houses and cottages and is also home to Greystoke Castle, the ancestral home of 'Tarzan.' At the centre of the village there stands an ancient market cross that dates back at least to the early 1600's and it is just along from here that you will find The Boot and Shoe. Finding out what pubs were named after is something I enjoy reading about or asking about particularly ... Read the complete review
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