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Spent week at the Britannia. Very busy in evening, you cannot move in main bar. Several people walked out.Still a good pub .Staff are friendly, good food and comfortable rooms.Getting very expensive .Poor wine list. Decor badly needing updated.This is a favourite inn so I...More
Been to this pub many times over the years nosh and ale always good ,great way to end a days felling !!!, winters nights always good , roaring fire warming the good real ale served there ,limited to 1 pint though having to drive back...More
This is a lovely place to stay. On the two occasions we have stayed here it was very crowded in the evenings as the bar is very small. On this last visit after standing scrunched into a corner while we enjoyed a pre dinner drink...More
Still my favourite place in the Lakes, beer and food are excellent and the accommodation is what one would expect in a very old traditional pub. Well located with excellent walking for all levels (inc disabled) right on the doorstep.
Have been visiting this pub/restaurant for last 14 years during our annual visit. In the past we have been more than satisfied with both the food and service.
This time the food was as good, but prices have been increased. The wine list has reduced...More
Response from SidBarras | Reviewed this property |
No. This area has narrow twisty lanes. It is often congested with cars so I think it is unsuitable to bring a motor home up here. Consider using public transport or even cycle on the excellent cycle ways that are in the... More
No. This area has narrow twisty lanes. It is often congested with cars so I think it is unsuitable to bring a motor home up here. Consider using public transport or even cycle on the excellent cycle ways that are in the Langdale valley