Penrith Pubs

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Yanwath Gate Inn (Penrith)

Yanwath Gate Inn (Penrith)

Yanwath, Penrith, CA10 2LF

The Yanwath Gate Inn is a rustic and charming 17th century inn that lies south-west of Penrith in the direction of Pooley Bridge. It is owned by Louis Lawrence, who once worked for Michelin starred chef Simon Rogan, and the pub serves delicious food twice a day. The pub serves locally brewed real ale and welcomes dogs in the bar.

The Troutbeck Inn

The Troutbeck Inn

Troutbeck, Penrith, CA11 0SJ

The Troutbeck Inn near Penrith is a former railway inn and now specialises in serving excellent food and comfortable accommodation. Food is available three times a day here, with non residents welcome at breakfast. The pub serves real ale and welcomes dogs and families. There is a small beer garden with delightful views and the inn has three self-catered holiday cottages.

The White Lion Inn (Patterdale)

The White Lion Inn (Patterdale)

Patterdale, Penrith, CA11 0NW

The White Lion Inn at Patterdale, near Ullswater, is a traditional and rustic pub that welcomes walkers with muddy boots, families with children, and four legged friends. The pub serves a selection of real ales and other beverages, whilst food is available throughout the day. Overnight accommodation is available and the pub benefits from Sky Sports in the bar.

The Sun Inn (Newton Reigny)

The Sun Inn (Newton Reigny)

Newton Reigny, Penrith, CA11 0AP

The Sun Inn in Newton Reigny near Penrith is a family run pub that has been recently refurbished. Popular with cyclists on the coast-to-coast route, the pub serves a changing selection of real ale and offers gastro-pub style dining. This cosy pub boasts of a pool table, darts, Sky Sports, and a riverside beer garden. Overnight accommodation is available here.

The Strickland Arms (Penrith)

The Strickland Arms (Penrith)

Great Strickland, Penrith, CA10 3DF

The Strickland Arms is located to the east of Penrith and is located on the C2C route, making it a popular stopping point for cyclists. It serves a wide selection of food, with something to suit just about every taste and diet. Cumbrian brewed ale is available here, and this dog friendly pub offers accommodation ideal for cyclists.

The Royal (Penrith)

The Royal (Penrith)

92 Wilson Row, Penrith, CA11 7PZ

The Royal is a friendly pub on the outskirts of Penrith town centre that is popular with local residents and those wanting to watch live sports, including premier league football. The pub serves real ale and has a limited food menu offering typical pub favourites. It has a pool table and other games, and hosts regular events including a quiz.

The Mill Inn (Mungrisdale)

The Mill Inn (Mungrisdale)

Mungrisdale, Nr Penrith, CA11 0XR

The Mill Inn is a small 17th century inn located at the foot of Blencathra. Owned by Robinsons, the pub serves real ale, and food is served all day, every day. Family and dog friendly, the pub features a pool table and a beer garden, and overnight accommodation is available. Steeped in history, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge once stayed here.

The General Wolfe

The General Wolfe

7 Little Dockray, Penrith, CA11 7HL

The General Wolfe is located in the centre of Penrith. It serves food all day at weekends and the menu has a good range of choices that include pub classics. Locally brewed real ale is available here along with a wide selection of other alcoholic drinks. The pub screens live sports and has a pool table, making it popular with the younger crowd.

The Sun Inn (Pooley Bridge)

The Sun Inn (Pooley Bridge)

Main Street, Pooley Bridge, CA10 2NN

The Sun Inn in Pooley Bridge is a traditional inn that is filled with period character. It is a stone’s throw from the shore of Ullswater and benefits from a fabulous beer garden with a play area. Food is served all day and Cumbrian brewed ale is available on tap. This inn is dog friendly and also offers overnight accommodation.

The Sportsmans Inn (Troutbeck)

The Sportsmans Inn (Troutbeck)

Troutbeck, Penrith, CA11 0SG

The Sportsmans Inn is a large pub located just off the A66 near Penrith, and it attracts a good number of passing trade. The pub serves food twice a day during the week and all day at the weekend, with a large menu that suits all tastes. Cumbrian brewed real ale is available here, and the pub benefits from pub games and a television.

The Queen’s Head (Tirril)

The Queen’s Head (Tirril)

Tirril, Penrith, CA10 2JF

The Queen’s Head Inn in Tirril is a historic 18th century inn that was once owned by the Wordsworth family. Today it is a Robinsons Brewery pub that serves real ale and good food. The pub welcomes dogs and has a covered outdoor space to the rear. Inside the pub is filled with period features and it boasts of a pool table.

The Punchbowl Inn (Askham)

The Punchbowl Inn (Askham)

Askham, , CA10 2PF

The Punchbowl Inn at Askham is a traditional rural inn that offers good food throughout the day. Inside you will find intriguing period features and locally brewed real ale. The pub is particularly renowned for its Sunday dinner. There are six guestrooms at the Punchbowl and this dog friendly pub also benefits from a pool table and selection of games.

The Old Crown (Hesket Newmarket)

The Old Crown (Hesket Newmarket)

Hesket Newmarket, , CA7 8JG

The Old Crown is a traditional style pub with a twist. It is entirely owned by the local community as a co-operative and was the first pub of its kind in England. It is home to the Hesket Newmarket Brewery and patrons can taste a range of ales produced here. The pub is popular with local residents and serves good homecooked food.

The Kings Arms (Stainton)

The Kings Arms (Stainton)

Stainton, Penrith, CA11 0EP

The Kings Arms is a friendly, local pub on the edge of the village of Stainton near Penrith. It has a good choice of beverages including real ale. This pub serves food and offers a selection of pub grub classics. The pub is home to darts and dominoes teams. Dogs are not permitted inside but there is a heated and covered outdoor space.

The Horse & Farrier (Dacre)

The Horse & Farrier (Dacre)

Dacre, , CA11 0HL

The Horse & Farrier is a traditional rural pub in Dacre, an ancient hamlet that lies close to Ullswater and Pooley Bridge. Recently refurbished, this small pub is filled with rustic charm and serves a good choice of real ale. Food is available from Tuesday – Friday, with a choice of dishes to suit most tastes. Dogs are welcome here.

The George & Dragon (Clifton)

The George & Dragon (Clifton)

Clifton, Penrith, CA10 2ER

The George & Dragon is an award winning pub that is owned and operated by the Lowther Estate. Located close to Penrith and Lowther Castle the pub is committed to using locally sourced goods wherever possible. You will find real ale from local breweries here, along with food prepared using ingredients grown on the Lowther estate. Dogs and children are welcome here.

Fell Bar (Penrith)

Fell Bar (Penrith)

52 King Street, Penrith, CA11 7AY

The Fell Bar is the tap bar for the Fell Brewery, a small and independent brewery based in South Cumbria. The bar is located in the centre of Penrith and stocks a wide range of ales, not just from the brewery but from other local producers, as well as a range of wines and gins. There is a fortnightly quiz and dogs are welcome.

The Dog Beck – Wetherspoons (Penrith)

The Dog Beck – Wetherspoons (Penrith)

21-22 Southend Road, Penrith, CA11 8JH

Located in the town centre Wetherspoon’s Penrith branch is named the Dog Beck for the stream that runs underground the town. Open daily from 8am this is a great place to grab a bite to eat at any hour during the day, especially if you are on a budget. The pub has a great choice of real ales sourced from around the UK.

The Dog & Gun (Skelton)

The Dog & Gun (Skelton)

Elonby Road, Skelton, CA11 9SE

The Dog & Gun in Skelton, near Penrith, is a small pub that is focused on serving excellent food. Reopened in 2017 the new owners have completely changed the Dog & Gun from a failing village pub into an award winning dining experience. With limited opening hours, reservations are recommended and locally brewed real ale is available here.

Dockray Hall (Penrith)

Dockray Hall (Penrith)

Great Dockray, Penrith, CA11 7DE

Dockray Hall is a beautiful historic pub in the centre of Penrith. Once home to Richard III, the last of the Plantagenets, today it is an award winning gastro pub that is owned by the Cumbria Legendary Ales brewery. This dog friendly pub serves a fabulous range of cask ales and gins alongside delicious home cooked dishes using local produce.

Crown & Mitre Inn (Bampton)

Crown & Mitre Inn (Bampton)

Bampton, , CA10 2QR

The Crown & Mitre Inn can be found in a quiet corner of the Lake District, close to Haweswater and Penrith. This quiet country pub has limited opening hours, so do check in advance of your visit. The pub serves local real ale and is a popular place for locals to grab a bite to eat. Dogs are welcome here.

Cross Keys Inn Carleton Village (Penrith)

Cross Keys Inn Carleton Village (Penrith)

Carleton Village, Penrith, CA11 8TP

The Cross Keys Inn is located on the eastern edge of Penrith in the village of Carleton. The inn has a good reputation locally for serving up great food, with an emphasis on locally sourced produce. The inn has a wide choice of beers, including real ale created in local breweries, and is home to teams of pool, darts, and dominoes players.

The Clickham Inn (Penrith)

The Clickham Inn (Penrith)

Blencow, Penrith, CA11 0BP

The Clickham Inn is a small, friendly inn on the eastern fringes of the Lake District, close to Penrith. It serves good homecooked food and its selection of pies is particularly pleasing. The pub welcomes families and dogs, with a good outdoor space that includes a play area. The pub screens live sports and is home to a pool table and darts board.

The Castlegate Arms (Penrith)

The Castlegate Arms (Penrith)

46 Castlegate, Penrith, CA11 7HY

The Castlegate Arms in Penrith reopened in the spring of 2018 following a long period of closure and a full refurbishment. It serves real ale from a north-eastern brewery and food is available twice a day, every day. There is overnight accommodation available and outside you will find a small beer garden. The pub regularly hosts live music nights.

The Boot & Shoe Inn (Greystoke)

The Boot & Shoe Inn (Greystoke)

Greystoke, , CA11 0TP

The Boot & Shoe Inn is a friendly family run inn located between Penrith and the eastern border of the Lake District national park. This pub serves food twice a day and real ale is available here. This is a lively pub with weekly quiz nights and regular live music sessions. Dogs are welcome here and there is a large beer garden.

The Board & Elbow

The Board & Elbow

11 Cornmarket, Penrith, CA11 7HS

The Board & Elbow is a friendly and welcoming pub in the heart of Penrith. Serving food all day from 11.30am it is a great place to stop for lunch during the day, whilst in the evenings it becomes a lively hub of entertainment. The pub serves real ale and has live sports screening, a pool table, darts board, and a juke box.

The Beehive Inn (Eamont Bridge)

The Beehive Inn (Eamont Bridge)

Eamont Bridge, Penrith, CA10 2BX

The Beehive Inn is located south of Penrith on the route to Lowther Castle and is a family friendly pub. Food is available all day at weekends and the pub serves real ale. Inside there is a pool table, table football, and live sports screening and outside there is a beer garden with a play area. There is a quiz each Tuesday night.