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The Lily Bar, Ambleside - pub details

Address: 12-14 Lake Road, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45203) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Windermere (4.5 miles)

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Churchill Hotel, Ambleside (0.0 miles), White Lion Hotel, Ambleside (0.1 miles), Royal Oak, Ambleside (0.1 miles), Queen's Hotel, Ambleside (0.1 miles), Sportsman Inn,, Ambleside (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Lily Bar, Ambleside

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That is pumps!
TonyMitch - 8 May 2017 21:42
Visited again on a quiet Monday evening. Gentle hum of conversation and back ground music. Fours puns on serving local beers from Barngates, Coniston, Cumbrian and Handsome. Selection of bottled craft beers and a grand selection of around 30 gins.
The food menu looked excellent too.
TonyMitch - 8 May 2017 21:39
Yes indeed, this is a nice modern place for a drink: the beer is always good in my experience, local ales are always available and when I have eaten here the food has been good too. It is in the 2015 Good Beer Guide but not in the 2016 GBG (the Queen's Hotel has replaced it). It is not the cheapest place in town but in my opinion the prices are fair enough. The Golden Rule would always be my first choice for a pint in Ambleside though.
Stamfordian - 2 Nov 2015 22:09
Charming place for a drink, although I had to ask whether I could just have a beer as it really sells itself as a restaurant. 4 pumps, Yates bitter, Yates Green Hop, Chadiwck IPA and Loweswater Gold. Free wifi provided too. Very nice addition to the area and not tied to one brewery, it would appear.
TonyMitch - 2 Nov 2015 21:37
On a very rainy Monday the wife and I drove to Ambleside for a walk around aswell as ticking Ambleside's only 2015 GBG entry.

More of a cafe bar than a pub but very nice nonetheless. Extremely modern interior with comfy leather chairs and smart wooden tables.

4 ales on the hand pumps, 2 from Cumbrian Legendary Ales, 1 from Barngates and 1 from Hawkshead. I opted for the Langdale @ 4.0% from Cumbrian Legendary Ales.

3 other groups of punters in with everyone including us eating. A fairly small menu but perfect for us, we both ordered the Burger and it was handsome.

Good ale, good food, good service, this'll do for me.
lezford - 10 Oct 2015 11:00

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