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All reviewsthe publamb henrylamb shankthursday eveningwonderful locationvisited for lunchbeer gardenpiecumberland sausagegreat choice of real alesdining roombar areaselection of local alesexcellent beermost recent visitwide selectionlangdale valley
Had to book & sat in the main restaurant part, round table & a little bit squashed - my daughter had to sit on the window seat. Nice size table though.
Good service, although we were told when we booked we could only have the...More
As others have said: this a fantastic pub in a wonderful setting; a must visit if you are walking between Little Langdale and Grasmere/Ambleside or just round Elterwater.
Good selection of local ales and food is great. Cheese on chips are BEAST! They use mature...More
This is the first time we had stayed at The Britannia although we had stopped for drinks on many occasions. What a great place to stay and use as a base for a visit to the gorgeous south lakes. The staff were fantastic and the...More
This was a brilliant pub in the square of the village of Eltwater. The front terrace is great and they serve a good selection of ales and we both had great fish and chips - filling and just perfect, accompanied by a side salad. The...More
We have visited the Britannia many times and have never been disappointed. The consistency of the pub is always good. The food is really good and the beer what can I say other than most is local to the lakes. The room we stayed in...More
I have visited the pub on previous occasions to eat and the food is always spot on - well cooked and presented cant fault it . Just had an overnight stay and it was fab -lovely room very well decorated and well equipped, even sockets...More
Located on Elterwater’s village green, the Britannia Inn looks the part of the traditional English inn. And it is - a 500 year old building, spilling out to tables in front which are definitely needed as its popularity with visitors is high.
Rooms are inevitably...More