Historically interesting restaurant with 16th century features perfectly located in the centre of Ambleside.
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We had a couple of meals at this restrauant which were very enjoyable. Good choice of food in a friendly atmospher. Have set steak and curry nights during the week. The food was well presented and cooked to a good standard.
Our first visit to the preist hole we had booked a table on the recommendation of the b & b we were in. The restaurant was very busy but the service was good.
We have passed this place so many times and can't believe we had never tried it before. We did not book but managed to get a table as we went really early. Food was lovely, and the service was excellent. Very friendly and welcoming and...More
Ate at this restaurant tonight, and we both had rump steak for mains. They were tender and cooked perfectly, along with big fat chips and pepper sauce. Great service, great food so what more can you ask for. Came out feeling full and mellow. Thanks...More
Stayed in Ambleside for a long weekend. Stumbled upon this fantastic eaterie. Brilliant service, quality well priced food. Great menu choice. Excellent wine choices. Cannot find any fault. Will certainly return on our next visit. Superb.
Oh the food... my daughter can safely say the 'Priest Hole' burger was the best gourmet burger she'd ever had in a restaurant! The staff here are lovely and our service was unbelievably quick... don't let go of your chefs, they are fantastic! The decor...More