We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsthe pubtiny villagefull montyjackson familynarrow country roadsfilletcomfortable atmospherequiet villagepaninitalkin tarnate hereextensive menuboth occasionswanted somewherejacket potatolovely foodspent one night
The pub is in a lovely area of Cumbria, with the beautiful Talkin Tarn just a 5 minute walk away. Service was quick, our waitress and the lady who served us at the bar were pleasant and welcoming.
The furniture, menus and placemats were sticky...More
4 Thank Paul S
Response from Donald J, Guest Relations Manager at The Blacksmiths ArmsResponded 2 weeks ago
Hi Paul S
I would first like to say about the furniture, menus and place mats. The furniture is worn and covers and some stools need replacing and it all need to be recovered, this is wear and tear and we have a lot of...More
Its always a danger that when you return somewhere after a long gap it isn't quite as you'd remembered, but that was emphatically not the case with The Blacksmiths Arms!!
We last visited with another family some 15 years ago, when we had arrived wetter...More
We agreed to meet here - halfway between Keswick and Newcastle. We both had difficulty finding the location despite our two Sat Navs. BUT it was worth the effort! Bright and cheery staff. Interesting selection of well cooked food - really too much for our...More
On arrival after checking into our room, which was well appointed and comfortable we returned to the bar which was empty apart from two locals and a family sitting outside with the kids playing on the village green. While enjoying a drink the owner made...More
We had a great overnight stay here during our Hadrian's Wall Path walking week. We had an excellent meal when we got there, worth the 13miles of walking that day!
The only thing was that there was a band on in the village hall and...More