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Ubicación del establecimientoThe Wilson's Arms de Coniston está a 5 min en coche de John Ruskin Museum y a 10 de Galería de Beatrix Potter. Además, este bed and breakfast se encuentra a 6,9 km de Old Man of Coniston y a 8,3 km de Museo Brantwood. Las distancias se expresan en números redondos.
- John Ruskin Museum: 4,2 km
- Old Man of Coniston: 6,9 km
- Museo Brantwood: 8,3 km
- Tarn Hows: 10 km
- Galería de Beatrix Potter: 10,6 km
- Coniston Water: 10,8 km
- Iglesia de St Mary: 10,8 km
- Parque Nacional del Distrito de los lagos: 10,9 km
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Deserted and unhelpful
Opinión escrita el 7 de novembre de 2021
The place was deserted when we arrived, we had booked a motor home pitch in advance only to be told it was closed on arrival. The owner was rude and unwelcoming… didn’t even bother to come out and assist, we were helped by a fellow tourist who had also arrived expecting to settle with a meal from the pub .. we had to travel 2 miles to eat and drink .. shocking
One word… fantastic
Opinión escrita el 23 de octubre de 2021
Fantastic atmosphere and decor great food, fish pie to die for, great beer from the Coniston brewery, friendly and welcoming staff and walking distance of our campsite What couldn’t you love about that after a long day on the fells in the rain?
Opinión escrita el 7 de octubre de 2021
Absolutely wonderful meal, and wonderful location. I can't believe some of the previous negative reviews, unless of course they are only a reflection of the marquee experience, (which has now disappeared). The restaurant and bar area are outstanding - great decor, unusual features, and a wonderful log fire. The service was excellent - friendly and efficient. The food was amazing - my wife had the Fish Pie, I had the Moussaka, and we both had their version of Bread & Butter Pudding for dessert. Everything was outstanding. Can't wait to go back, but living in North Yorkshire means we might have to wait for some time.
Well worth a visit especially for Sunday lunch.
Opinión escrita el 24 de septiembre de 2021
One of the best pubs we visited in the Lake District for good food. Currently has a large marquee in the rear garden with well spaced tables and a bar. Orders are taken here and you are given a buzzer that sounds, when your meals are ready to collect, at a hatch at rear of pub. Has four shepherd type huts as accommodation that look very bijou and would be a good location for a short stay, with some nice views. There were also electric camper van pitches and a field with hook ups for camping. Electric car charging points. Doggy friendly place. Staff were really friendly and helpful. We had a few meals here during our stay in Cumbria and I have to mention the Sunday lunch which was quite simply the best I had ever had. Well worth a visit. In fact if I lived in the area I would certainly eat Sundays there on regular basis. Give it a try.
Opinión escrita el 17 de agosto de 2021
We booked the restaurant a while ago and when we arrived it was a marquee in the garden with your food in boxes you had to collect from the kitchen! Also had to queue for drinks. We were about to leave but a very nice waitress took over and treated as though we were in the a restaurant, fetched our food ( on plates) and served us drinks. We were very impressed she took upon herself to sort the problem out. Well done. As for the food, we’ll not much choice beyond fish and chips/ burgers and scampi. It was ok but no steaks and no sweets. Although we did have a cake from the deli! It really should be getting back to a proper country pub with proper pub grub.