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Gateway Inn, Kendal - pub details

Address: Crook Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8LX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33969) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Burneside (0.8 miles), Kendal (1.9 miles), Staveley (2.9 miles)

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user reviews of Gateway Inn, Kendal

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I have never been in, mainly because it is a couple of miles out of town, but according to the local press it has just reopened after a refurbishment costing half a million. I'll make a point of giving it a try soon and see if it was worth it.
Stamfordian - 22 Feb 2015 01:36
I have driven past this pub many times but never been in. It is outside Kendalís Ďcity limitsí but not yet far enough into the Park to count as a country pub and it is situated on the roundabout at the end of the 1974 bypass. But in fact, at a table overlooking the landscaped car parks, it seems not an unpleasant location with a view over the bowl of Kendal.
The building is substantial: more a hotel than a pub. One enters into a hall area with one small dining room to the right, the bar opening off to the left and a further main dining room to the left of that. Beer is from Thwaites (sadly Wainwright and ordinary rather than Bomber on my visit). Food is modestly priced for the area (£9 for traditional mains) but I didnít eat.
On a lunch time between Christmas and New Year the atmosphere was of pleasant busy-ness.

drtimthornton - 29 Dec 2010 14:03
Last stay on the Yorkshire Dales Walk in May before we got to Windermere
One of the benches we sat down on for a drink outside decided to give way and our drinks went flying. After a fashion the drinks were replaced. Had a nice couple of pints as a remember and the hotel is nice for a stay inside if feeling a little corporate-y in the way it was run. Food is acceptable in a very English dull kind of way.
cookster101 - 29 Sep 2010 17:21

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