10 friends on a golf outing to St Andrews stayed near Keswick for the night and had a nice pint and meal here.
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We have been visiting this pub for many, many years, always raved about the goulash. After ordering the goulash I was very disappointed at the portion size, not even enough for my 7 year old grandson and hardly no taste to it. My husband had...More
We have never dined here but after spotting the outside seating area then finding the added bonus of a well kept pint of old peculiar....... Heaven. During our week long stay in Keswick this became our go to spot for people watching in the afternoon...More
Love the beers on offer in here, the staff are always friendly and the atmosphere is great. They do allow dogs in so there are many to stroke! Brilliant
I’ll start by saying that the pub is lovely looking and very dog friendly and if we had just drank here it wouldn’t be a problem. However, we sat in the far corner and there was a real fly problem. They were all swarming in...More
Visited for a family meal for birthday and very dissatisfied, hardly any choice of food at 6pm, small portions and overpriced, last year all was good, seems they have got too big and lost the plot, I had belly pork and chips £12 and in...More
First and foremost, this pub is truly dog-friendly. Secondly, it serves a good range of beers, with our favourite being the Theakstons Old Peculier. Finally, it has a great food menu, with the highlight being their fabulous goulash. This is a tasty goulash served with...More
Called in here as it had been years since our last visit. Great choice of beer. Decided on Scampi from the menu but was really disappointed at the quantity on the plate plus the chips were very dry. Won’t be rushing back.
When in Keswick,a visit to the Dog and Gun to sample the Hungarian goulash,a Lake District institution,features highly on our list of activities. Initial impression tonight was that the pub had lost a bit of it's soul but we felt they were trying to appeal...More
We always go here when we are in Keswick and having a gulasch is always right in the lakes (tend to be on the cold and damp side).