Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Hawkshead. Hawkshead is a village and civil parish in Cumbria, England, which attracts tourists to the South Lakeland area. The parish includes the hamlets of Hawkshead Hill, 1.2 miles (1.9 km) to the north west, and Outgate, a similar distance north. Hawkshead contains one primary school but no secondary school and four public houses.
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4 based on 579 reviews
Muddy boots, Children & Wet Dogs are all Welcome at The Cuckoo Brow Inn! From light bites to hearty meals, we ensure to have something for everyone.
Lovely quirky, Lakeland Pub and Hotel. The public areas are delightful and full of very comfy period furniture. |The food was very very good and the portions are massive. Be careful if you have a starter as you may not finish your main course! Nice friendly staff who provided a good table service.
4 based on 1507 reviews
We often stay in Ambleside but had meant to eat at this restaurant/bar/ hotel sooner. We were not disappointed. The decor is modern but traditional with a good buzz coming from the busy bar and restaurant. Food is freshly prepared and delicious. Service is smart and friendly. We enjoyed the tempura broccoli and mushrooms, lamb rump and hotpot, Chana Masala, plum frangipane and coffee with petit fours. Will certainly be returning
4 based on 347 reviews
Traditional Lakeland Country Inn next to Beatrix Potterâs Hill Top in the lovely village of Near Sawrey. With slate floors, open fire and oak beams we offer hearty and tasty food with local Cumbrian Real Ales, a fine wine selection and a good selection of
Went for a few drinks and a meal. Service was quick. The place is set in time, very traditional. Very Beatrix Potter. We had a starter between us and also ordered a garlic bread to go with our slow roasted lamb shoulder main.It was delicious but a huge portion with mash potatoes and vegetables.
4 based on 140 reviews
We are a traditional Lakeland pub and B & B in the prettiest village in the Lake District providing a warm welcome, clean & comfortable accomodation and good, local food, honestly priced.
This is a very nice pub, the meal was very good there have a very good history so if you like history this is the pub for you.
4 based on 157 reviews
A truly traditional Lakeland inn. Good food, real ales, bed and breakfast accommodation and self-catering cottages. A arm welcome awaites at the Kings Arms, Hawkshead, which lies in the heart of the English Lake District in the beautiful. The Inn, on Hawk
We were in Hawkshead all day for an evening concert in the church so we actually had three visits to the Kings Arms during the day. First up was our arrival in the village, meeting up with family and enjoying some lunchtime refreshment. Excellent food if a little on the top side for price (but this is the Lake District).Good selection of local beer.After an afternoon walk we enjoyed a pre-concert snack. Again excellent. Good sized portions.Then finally after our concert we enjhoyed a relfective drink.If visiting Hawkshead again we would head straight for the Kings Arms
4 based on 217 reviews
arrived a little early at the Red Lion soaking wet because of the storms but they wouldn't let us into our rooms until 3pm, bit bad we thought. We had a drink while waiting and noticed that the wrong meals kept coming out for other guests this happened four times while we sat there. Next morning at breakfast they got our order wrong and we had to reorder the lady blamed the kitchen staff, they forgot my Wife's breakfast and she had to wait nearly an hour to be served very poor indeed. the evening menu was very limited with not a lot of choice for meals. The rest of our stay was ok with a nice room and a huge tele, the bed was fine but the en-suite was tiny and we only managed to use it once. All in all not a bad stay but I don't think that we shall be returning. micannemac
4 based on 300 reviews
A truly traditional Lakeland inn. Good food, real ales, bed and breakfast accommodation and self-catering cottages. A warm welcome awaites at the Kings Arms, Hawkshead, which lies in the heart of the English Lake District in the beautiful. The Inn, on Haw
Visited on a Tuesday lunch. Typical homely pub as you would expect here. No airs and graces, just good ale and good pub food. Nice roaring fire, reasonable prices, fast service, allows dogs in the bar area. Not much else I can say. Hits the spot for us and would have no hesitation in going back again.
4 based on 1056 reviews
We were actually stopping in another hotel in the village, but we were walking around and called in here to have our evening meal. The place has recently had new owners. The menu choice was not massive, but something for everyone. The meals we had were gammon, pie, and chicken burger. All meals were very good, and they realised they missed the cheese off the burger, so brought a complete new one out... but we were happy with just a slice of cheese. Desserts very nice also. Nice range of beers, and a lovely friendly service all evening.Hi AlisdairtThank you for your review, we are pleased you enjoyed your experience here. We hope to welcome you back to The Queens Head in the future
4 based on 401 reviews
For our rather damp week in The Lake District - but nonetheless thoroughly enjoyable - we took a cottage in Outgate. Opposite, across a small paddock with sheep is The Outgate Inn. After a long drive in heavy rain the line of least resistance was dinner there. A decision well rewarded. Excellent beer and food to match. More 'homely' than 'fine dining' the portions are more than ample with a varied menu plus specials. Such is the size that we did not dip into starters or puddings but going by what we had thwy will be top rate too. Between the two of us over our three evenings we sampled six dishes. Not one disappointed but in particular the Duo of lamb Chops were delisiously succulent and the Beef Hotpot stunningly good.That we went three times speaks words; added to which it was comfortably full each time.Service was swift, friendly and efficient.Loved it!Thank you for the great review and we are glad that you enjoyed your visits with us and we look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 783 reviews
We stopped by the Sun for dinner whilst camping in Hawkshead. Very friendly welcome and good selection of real ales. We ate the mushroom risotto and the veg curry, both of which were really tasty. Would happily return next time we visit the area.
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