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We've stayed here many times and just keep coming back as it ticks all the boxes. It's full of character, located in a beautiful, quiet part of the Lakes, the food and service is excellent and the beer wonderful. We love the garden and view...More
Stayed here for just one night. It is wonderfully positioned for walking around Crummock Water and Buttermere. A typical old style Lakeland Inn with nice but basic rooms, nothing to complain about given the price. Evening food is very good and locally sourced with some...More
Stayed recently for a long weekend and loved every minute. Traditional Lakeland pub with lots of character.
Nice, clean, comfortable rooms with stunning view over Melbreak. We raved about the food all weekend- evening dinners were superb (the lamb and belly pork being particular favourites),...More
We had a weekend here and although we had rain one day it did not spoil anything for us. The room was fine with en-suite facilities- glad of the bath after walking.
We arrived Friday evening in time for dinner- fabulous food and the views...More
Stayed for a week in September 2013 and it didn't rain at all! The rooms are fairly small but comfortable and the breakfast's are fabulous, didn't need to eat much until the evening. The evening meals are of a consistently high standard. What really makes...More
Response from alchrissie | Reviewed this property |
The Wheatsheaf at Lorton is definitely the nearest to The Kirkstile and they also have statics. Alternatively, I believe there are spaces behind The Bridge at Buttermere. Good luck with your search and enjoy.
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"7 of the 11 rooms are in the main building. Some have a view of the imposing Melbreak."