Phil's World Pub Guides - Cumbria, UK

Pub Comments Location
Wetherspoon's Furness Railway A pleasant multi-area 'Spoons with traditional decor.
Last visited June 2016.
Abbey Road / Dalton Road
Brook House Inn Excellent real ale and a superb Cumberland sausage and mash in this friendly pub with a restaurant attached, located conveniently for Eskdale station on the steam railway.
Last visited July 2006.
301 Miles A rather good real ale outlet on the Railway Station, located in an impressive high-arched room which was formerly a buffet.
Last visited January 2019.
Platform 4
Boardroom A pleasant large knocked through one room pub. My pint of hand pulled Theakstons was well past its best. Friendly locals!
Last visited September 2002.
Castle Street
Cumberland Inn This friendly pub is a well preserved example of the work of architect Harry Redfern for the State Management Scheme, dating from 1929.
Last visited July 2006.
Fat Gadgie A pleasant plainly decorated shop conversion serving quality real and craft ales.
Last visited January 2019.
Devonshire Street
Howard Arms A classic, well preserved, city centre boozer, with four rooms surrounding the central bar. A fine pint of Theakstons.
Last visited September 2002.
Lowther Street
Wetherspoon's Woodrow Wilson A large open Wetherspoon's, unsurprisingly busy on a Saturday afternoon.
Last visited April 2018.
Ratty Arms Good real ale and the menu looks good as well in this pub located next to the railway stations.
Last visited July 2006.
Wetherspoon's Bransty Arch A large open member of the Wetherspoon's chain with the usual excellent ale.
Last visited July 2006.
Wetherspoon's Henry Bessemer Another large Wetherspoon's, this one in a former cinema. The air conditioning was especially welcome when I visited on a very hot day, although not as welcome as the excellent real ale!
Last visited July 2006.

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