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A peaceful place in a delightful corner of the Lake District. Good food, beer from their craft brewery and a selection of wines. Swallows nesting in some of the windows when were there, and the evening sun lighting up the hills was special.
Peace, quiet, tranquility + high quality food, uniquely roomed accommodation and wonderfully friendly ambiance what more could you want. The Kirstile Inn markets itself as a B&B, but this 16th C Inn is much, much more. Located in the far north west of The Lake...More
what was outstanding?
the welcome, the inn hugs you
the room (suite), the accommodation, the furnishings, the cleanliness, the overall feeling of comfort
the views, all of them
the food and beverages
the breakfast, the evening meals, the packed lunches
Have stayed at the kirkstile Inn many times over the last 10 years and it never disappoints. Located in the tiny hamlet of Loweswater,the Kirkstile provides quality accommodation and first class food. Most of the bedrooms have views of Melbeck fell which makes a good...More
I suppose I should have realised by now that Google maps and the lakes is not a robust method of navigation. So after getting lost and ending up on roads that seemed too narrow for a push bike we arrived at the kirkstile inn. There...More
Response from alchrissie | Reviewed this property |
The Wheatsheaf at Lorton is definitely the nearest to The Kirkstile and they also have statics. Alternatively, I believe there are spaces behind The Bridge at Buttermere. Good luck with your search and enjoy.
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"Room 8 is glorious with its own seating area away from the noise of the bar."