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Keswick is a great destination for those searching for the best pub food in the Lakes or to sample some of the finest Cumbrian ales.
In this post, we highlight the best pubs in Keswick you can visit after a day exploring the beautiful countryside the Lake District has to offer with your family or friends.
Find 5 of the best Keswick pubs below…
Bank Tavern is a great dog-friendly pub in Keswick, a fine spot to grab a bite to eat after a long day exploring the local area. The restaurant offers a range of traditional pub food, perfect for couples and families looking for a relaxing time. The bar offers a variety of ales produced by Jennings, a local brewery founded over 200 years ago, ideal for thirsty walkers looking to sample some local beers.
Enjoy wining and dining here after one of these fantastic Keswick walks, sure to build up your appetite!
With traditional beams and a cosy log fire, this is a perfect pub to head for after a rainy day exploring the things to do in the Lakes. Located just off Keswick’s Market Square, Pack Horse has a collection of draught ales for you to try whilst you tuck into one of their locally sourced dishes.
The Wainwright is a charming pub in Keswick town centre, reopened in 2015 after extensive refurbishment. With the words “We don’t do fast food, we do good food as fast as we can” positioned proudly on their wall, you can expect to find a great range of locally sourced pub grub. The Wainwright has eight impressive real ales on tap so you’ll be able to taste a variety of beers from Cumbria.
Located in the heart of Keswick, this bistro bar both specialises in great food and Belgium beers. The bar itself serves over 50 Belgium and world beers, with the Rochefort 10, a Trappist beer, being their strongest. This bistro has a charming atmosphere, perfect for families or couples looking to relax after a day of adventure.
Located on the outskirts of Keswick, this pub is just a 10-minute walk from the town centre and is ideally placed for those returning from a walk along the Skiddaw range of hills and wish to have a drink or a bite to eat. The Pheasant Inn serves a range of real ales, alongside hearty, locally sourced pub food.
Indulge in a hearty meal at one of these fine Keswick restaurants, and turn your flying visit into a memorable holiday by booking one of many cottages in Keswick. Browse our Keswick Travel Guide for further inspiration on how to experience this wonderful Lake District town.
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