Do you see yourself spending your holidays in the Lake District and Keswick in the near future? Do you wish to enjoy hearty meals and great beer all in one warm and cozy place? Then take time to get to know the best pubs in Keswick.
White Horse Inn
Enjoy sensibly priced good food and prompt service at the White Horse Inn. This pub offers good ales and open fireplaces. Situated along a Coast to Coast route, expect walkers, hikers and bikers visiting. Dogs are allowed inside plus guests can book cozy bunkhouses to spend the night.
The Pheasant Inn
Situated at Peckforton Hills, this pub is frequented by hikers and tourists alike. This recluse place is a retreat from the city buzz. In contrast with its sleepy exteriors, the environment inside is warm and lively. Enjoy great service, excellent ambience and good food with vegetarian options. Book online or by phone to avoid waiting to get a table.
TWA Dogs Inn
This family-run pub is your ideal place go here if you want to enjoy good drinks with basic food. Guests are welcome to stay overnight. TWA Dogs Inn entertains visitors all year round and is open for bed and breakfast.
Scafell hotel is a tastefully designed 3-star hotel which has a restaurant, bar and pub. If you are in Rosthwaite, this is the place you should go for drinks and good food. Don’t expect basic foods here, as the selection can be quite unique but nevertheless fulfilling. Of course one of the best things about all these pubs is that there are plenty of luxury Keswick cottages nearby to collapse in after a boozy pub lunch!
This traditional pub situated in the heart of Keswick is the place to go if you’re looking for a proper beer garden. Enjoy traditional pub meals plus a healthy atmosphere ideal for family outings. The ambiance is warm in the winter and energetic and breezy during summer.
Dog & Gun
Dog and Gun is a proper pub in Keswick that offers real ale coupled with good food and a warm and lively environment. If you desire reasonably priced drinks and food, this is the place to visit. Try their famous Hungarian Goulash while you’re there.
Horse and Farrier Inn
If you long for a picturesque outdoor view while dining, visit Horse and Farrier Inn. Built in 1688, this pub boasts authentic traditional “old world” architecture. Despite being long established, the prices for their food and drinks are reasonable and the serving portions more than adequate.
From the outside, Swinside Inn appears to be an ordinary pub. But this humble looking place offers good food, great beer plus a breathtaking view which includes Newland’s Valley, Barrow and Causey Pike. A lot of tourists flock here during summer, but with their large seating capacity, be sure to be accommodated well.