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We had a two night stay as a birthday treat for my wife. The location is excellent and Whitehaven, St Bees, Ravenglass and Millom were only a half hours drive away for a trip down the coast and there are numerous places around the South...More
Just come back from another great weekend at the Strands. As always the room was spotless the bed was comfy and the food and beer was great. There’s always a nice crowd at the Strands a mix of locals and walkers that create a great...More
I wanted a few days in the lake district to take photographs and write some articles. I came across Strands inn by chance and what a wonderfull chance it turned out to be.
From the moment I arrived I was made to feel so welcome...More
I went to the Stands with my son and grandson for dinner. Not only was the food amazingly good, but it was served so quickly and it was excellent value for money. Not to mention the superb service by the very friendly waitress. We also...More
Visited this pub while staying in the local area. A table had been reserved for our group as we were told it gets very busy. We had the Sunday lunches and every meal was delicious and really great quality. The vegetarians in our group complimented...More
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I cannot confirm that it is a dog-friendly place to stay. I only visited the bar and to eat an evening meal. It appeared to be a dog-friendly pub, very much geared for the many walkers who must pass by with very friendly... More
I cannot confirm that it is a dog-friendly place to stay. I only visited the bar and to eat an evening meal. It appeared to be a dog-friendly pub, very much geared for the many walkers who must pass by with very friendly staff.
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"I didn't actually stay on this visit, but I have in the past. The Inn is in the middle of no where so..."