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Wanted to climb scafell pike, came across this hotel as was close by, had its own micro brewery as well which swung it, can't fault it, owners really nice, we stopped opposite in the screes inn which was bought by the strands last year, the...More
Stayed here for a couple of nights whilst visiting the Lakes to climb Scafell Pike - excellent base from which to do this. The hosts and all their staff showed great northern hospitality. The pub downstairs has an excellent menu to suit all tastes with...More
Just got back from a fantastic few days in The Lakes. Strands Inn was the perfect place to unwind after surviving Scarfell. We had a very friendly welcome, had some fantastic beer, a very comfortable room, great food, fantastic locally-sourced cooked breakfast, and the views...More
Good accomodation, good food, a very friendly and helpful staff welcome, entertainment (open mic night when we visited) .... oh and great ale. They are buying the pub over the road and expanding .... this can only be a good thing, surely. One of the...More
Stayed here several times, never been disappointed - rooms great, food great, beer great! Can't wait to visit again! Family run with great staff who are always accommodating- exactly how a pub/inn should be run!
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I cannot confirm that it is a dog-friendly place to stay. I only visited the bar and to eat an evening meal. It appeared to be a dog-friendly pub, very much geared for the many walkers who must pass by with very friendly... More
I cannot confirm that it is a dog-friendly place to stay. I only visited the bar and to eat an evening meal. It appeared to be a dog-friendly pub, very much geared for the many walkers who must pass by with very friendly staff.
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"It is also a brewery - try not to drink too much of the lovely beer!"