This is exactly what you look for in a country pub. Warm and cosy, welcoming, good food, generous portions and a cracking pint of local Cumberland ale. Highly recommended.
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Delightful pub with the most wonderfully welcoming bar staff, we felt like we were being wrapped in a warm cosy blanket every time we walked in! Lovely open fire, good English grub (pies, curry, nachos) and great wi-fi, we could not recommend this pub more.
While on the way back to west cumbria, the significant other and I got hungry so i looked on here and saw The Horse & Farrier, met warmly by the staff, found us a lovely table seemed genuinely to love being nice to people. A...More
Nice, quiet place with lovely decor you'd expect from an old, traditional pub. Good food - I tried their chicken burger, which comes with a very generous portion of chips. They had mulled wine which won me over.
"Outstanding", describes our first visit to the Horse and Farrier Pub. I had emailed before had asking if we could camp in their car park, in each of our camper vans. We were pleased to hear from Gill stating that this was no problem at...More
Have just spent a fabulous weekend away with friends in this inn. The rooms are compact but have everything you need. The staff are friendly and efficient. The food is excellent - great place to stay.
My husband and I visited this lovely old pub during our visit to the Lake District. We had previously stopped for a drink and we were determined to return for a meal. The pub is traditional and welcoming. Staff are very efficient and friendly. Beer...More
We have been here a number of times over the years. Its more welcoming now than it was many moons ago. We reserved a table for 12.30 after our walk down the railway line from Keswick then take a route back via Castle stone circles....More
This pub in small village is excellent. Great interior, friendly helpful staff. Food was wonderful wether you had well known fish and chips or unusual Cajun salmon all the food was high quality and well presented. Slight criticism in that starters were almost too big...More