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Lake District Pubs and Inns Guide
Awards for Pubs, Bars & Inns featured in our Lake District Pub Guide
The Masons Arms at Bowland Bridge have been awarded the title North West Pub of the Year in the Good Pub Guide for 2012 and also listed in the Budweiser Budvar Top 50 Gastropubs Awards 2013.
The Plough at Lupton has been named as Lancashire Life's Lake District Pub of the Year, with (The Red Lion in Hawkshead awarded the runners up title.) The other pub in the group; The Punch Bowl at at Crosthwaite have received the prestigious award of Cumbria Life's "Dining Pub of the Year 2013" with their head chef awarded “Cumbria Young Chef of the Year”
The Pheasant Inn at Allithwaite and the Kings Arms at Cartmel have both been awarded the prestigious Trip Advisor “Certificate of Excellence” for 2013
The Lake District and Cumbria is considered by many to be the best county in the UK for the choices of traditional Pubs, Bars & Inns. Many of the Pubs have won various accolades in the eating out guides and the national press. The Michelin Pub Guide has awarded its "Pub of the Year" title to Lake District Pubs and Inns on several occasions in recent years. Despite their size, some of the smaller towns and villages offer the best choice of Pubs, Bars and Inns. Kirkby Lonsdale and Cartmel spring to mind for the range of choice, with both hosting award-winning hostelries. More...
Your Guide 2 the Lake District Recommended Pubs, Bars & Inns:
Many of the Lake District Pubs and Inns have a great deal of history attached, with the term “Inn” being associated with accommodation. Some modern-day pubs were former "Coaching Inns," situated on the original routes used by horse and carriage. The Inns would accommodate the travellers and the horses would stay in an adjoining barn.
Lots of these Pubs & Inns have kept the open log fires, stone floors and exposed oak beams, giving them a real cosy atmosphere on dark winters' nights. In summer time, beer gardens are proving to be very popular and when you get a nice day, is there anywhere better to enjoy a beer; than looking at the Lake District scenery? A growing number offer mainly locally sourced food and real ales brewed here in the Lake District.
There are several locally brewed beers that are served in many Lake District Pubs, Bars & Inns with Hawskhead and Coniston breweries being amongst the most well known. There is also an increase of local "Micro Breweries" where beer is produced on the same site as the pub or inn and may only be sold at select outlets. The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is very strong in the Lake District and Cumbria! Beer festivals are popular in various Lake District Pubs & Inns, visit our events pages for information on the next beer festival to be held locally
If you have a favourite Lake District Pub or Inn, that you can highly recommend, let us know and will see about featuring it on the Lake District Pubs & Inns Guide.
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