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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 morningfour posterlovely atmospherewarm welcome
My other half and I thought we’d see if the Inn was open today and are very glad that we did. The drive up from Windermere was beautiful as there was snow on the hills.
We arrived just before 12pm to find the fires roaring...More
Arrived at the top of the pass, it was pretty much impassable, but a snowplough was working, so into the Inn to warm up and wait and see.
Excellent warming soup by the fire, It's a place with good food, good service, whilst retaining it's...More
Called in here en route to Windermere for a spot of lunch on a very cold February day.
Lovely menu and we both opted for the broccoli soup which was home made and tasty and we shared a cheese and ham sandwich which was served...More
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
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.