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Excellent meal Wednesday steak night at this friendly pub! Can also recommend the lunchtime specials. Kirby Lonsdale brewery too! Good food and real ales. Efficient friendly service. Dog friendly. Give it a try!
Have been in the pub many times for food and have stayed a few years ago. Food is still top class and some of the rooms have had a refurb, I was in room 5 which was great spotless lovely linen and towels. Menu is...More
We were exploring the area with friends who had been to The Orange Tree before - they recommended it as they know we like our real ales and ciders. We weren't disappointed. Lovely setting. Friendly pub. Good choices of cask ales. Woud recommend and would...More
We have stayed several times at the Orange Tree and we love the place. Warm, friendly, polite staff. Great atmosphere. Lots of real ale including a selection from the pub's own brewery. Always a well kept pint. The landlord Plug and his wife Andrea make...More
Was catching up with a friend and we tend to always come to the orange tree. It's in a great location, there is plenty of choice on the menu. We love sitting in the booths at the back, it makes the place very cosy. The...More
Could anyone suggest the best place to park? Does the hotel have parking? 11am Saturday to midday Sunday. Thanks
12 December 2014|
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The previous answer is correct. There is no parking at the hotel and on-street parking is limited. There is pay parking in the centre of town and free parking by Devils Bridge but it is an uphill walk from there if trailing... More
The previous answer is correct. There is no parking at the hotel and on-street parking is limited. There is pay parking in the centre of town and free parking by Devils Bridge but it is an uphill walk from there if trailing suitcases. Dont know if there is a time limit on either though