The Kirkstile Inn is a charming inn located at the heart of Loweswater, on the banks of River Cocker. The building has views of Wainwright’s Melbreak, which towers above it. The building dates back to the 17th century and has been restored to its former glory. The current owners have made it their mission to provide their guests with the best possible service and experience; even dogs have their own hydration station.
The Inn has a cosy traditional English pub feel inside and a lovely beer garden looking out onto the river. If you like your beer, you’re in luck; this is the birthplace of the nationally acclaimed Loweswater Gold. Initially brewed in an outbuilding of the Kirkstile Inn by the founder of Cumbrian Ales. For food, it’s best to book a table as the Inn’s popularity proceeds it. The food sets this place apart: if you’re looking for something more than just pub grub, Kirkstile Inn offers some excellent options. All of the food and produce are sourced locally.
The Kirkstile Inn is set in a beautiful location close to Loweswater lake, offering ten newly refurbished comfortable bedrooms. This makes an excellent choice for couples wanting to get away from it all or for those who wish to visit the many local attractions nearby. For example, there are many picturesque walks around the lake; some are suitable for people with disabilities or pushchairs. Water sports are also available at Loweswater, such as fishing and canoeing. You will also find many famous fells within easy reach of the Inn. For more information, click here.
Loweswater, The Lake District, Cumbria CA13 0RU