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Brinscall Village, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
We love this pub, we are not in holiday in the Lakes until we have first sipped real ale in the Tower Bank Arms, and then stopped at the Hole in’t Wall in Bowness for a great pint and a good pub lunch.
Having been here last year but not eating we were so happy with the lunch we received today. The steak and ale pie was the best I had tasted and my husbands lamb tanging was as good. The craft ale was perfect and looked after...More
We love it here,Was walking around and found it by chance,A typical olde worldy pub,It's got pee pots and tankards hung in the ceiling,Was very quirky,Had a food menu,which was very varied and reasonable,The food looked home made,Bar staff were friendly,Will definitely visit there again...More
If you want history and good traditional beer this is the place, it’s not posh nosh, but honest pub grub. The oldest tavern in Bowness, enjoy soaking up the atmosphere by sitting where the ancestors sat way back in 1612. Loved it.
I love this pub, while everywhere in the lakes seems to have gone all posh nosh, this great little pub still offers proper pub grub, huge portion sizes, local produce, friendly staff, lovely and clean and reasonably priced.
Highly recommend the sticky toffee pudding with...More
I haven't visited this establishment for some years but I'm glad that it has not lost any of its character. I ordered the ploughmans for lunch. Massive, kept me going all evening. Staff were polite and helpful which is a credit to them. I hope...More
We were in Bowness-on-Windermere for a day and we were looking for a bite to eat and headed straight here. It was busy but we found a table. I ordered a couple of pints of local beer and asked about the food. We decided on...More
Susie makes you extremely welcome here as the hostess with the mostess for as long as I’ve been visiting from Scotland. Probably 20 years or so. We asked for the black pudding salad that we had enjoyed a few years ago to be told it’s...More