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Kirkstone Pass Inn

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All reviewsthe pubsteak and ale piehighest pub in englandfeet above sea levelworth a stopnice pintquick drinkfire burningred screeslovely open fireselection of beerslamb shanklake districtfollowing morningstunning locationfour posterlovely atmosphere
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After what was supposed to be a day out in Grasmere having afternoon tea at the daffodil (so bad we walked out), we decided to try the kirkstone pass inn for drinks and food. The staff were friendly and the food great quality, reasonably priced...More

Thank strontium38
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great cosy pub with open fire. Lovely friendly staff/owners. Food totally delicious. Plenty of choices on menu and specials board. Winding staircase up to toilet facilities and bedrooms. Definitely recommend and will return.

Thank cockneyshaz
Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

Dropped in for a spot of lunch fantastic soup really warmed us up and really great place to visit It takes you back in time to when the old travellers would stop of for a well earned pint after getting up to the second highest...More

Thank Kevin P
Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

After a trip around Ullswater we stopped off for some late lunch. We were accompanied by our two dogs. The atmosphere was warm and cosy and the pub was quite busy. I ordered the beef chilli, which came with rice. My husband had the pie....More

Thank Sue W
Reviewed 25 October 2017

It wasn’t the best of weather on the day that we visited, but the pub was lovely and cosy inside. There is a large car park across from the pub and the pub was a welcome sight when we arrived at the top of The...More

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Darrensawyers1
27 November 2017|
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Response from Vannuh98 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure it is open on new years eve is it? I thought it closed for winter.
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"cannot comment on rooms, as we didn't stay overnight."
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"Book early, room 1 is small but comfortable!"
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"great for hikers (we didn't stay here)"
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"Bar area is very good"
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