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Nestled in the historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, The Orange Tree Hotel provides the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks.Our family run establishment typifies everything you might expect of an English country pub...
Should you be fortunate enough to travel to the lake district and be intending to stay for a night or two then a super pub with Bed Breakfast, lunches and dinners is a definite possibility. In the event of inclement weather a walk around Kirby...More
Went with friends to Kirkby Lonsdale Music festival. Decided to have an early dinner in the Orange tree. Restaurant fully booked but ate in the bar which was fine. Varied and very reasonable menu which, to be fair, was pub food. I ordered fish and...More
Visited here one Friday night with my girlfriend. Upon entering I was pleasantly surprised at how old fashioned it was inside - which is right up my street! First of all we ordered drinks at the bar and sat down in the front Bar area....More
We booked for three nights in April on a three nights for the price of two offer (which is available all year). Very friendly staff, lovely clean and comfortable room and great food and drink. This is a proper pub, not modern or fine dining,...More
We have stayed in this pub twice on our visits to the UK, 09 &15. On both occasions we had the pay for 2 nights and get the 3rd night free, very cosy and great value.
The Beer was good and cold and the meals...More
The previous answer is correct. There is no parking at the hotel and on-street parking is limited. There is pay parking in the centre of town and free parking by Devils Bridge but it is an uphill walk from there if trailing... More
The previous answer is correct. There is no parking at the hotel and on-street parking is limited. There is pay parking in the centre of town and free parking by Devils Bridge but it is an uphill walk from there if trailing suitcases. Dont know if there is a time limit on either though
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