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The Royal Oak Inn, Cartmel - pub details

Address: The Square, Cartmel, Grange Over Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30458) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Grange-over-sands (1.8 miles), Cark (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 13 users)
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user reviews of the Royal Oak Inn, Cartmel

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Quite enjoyed the pub. The beer garden is the best feature so only works when the sun is shining, when it was this was where we headed during our weeks stay. The food was mostly good but we had a long delay on one occasion which was compensated for by the good weather and the offer of a free drink after complaining (not taken up on though). In all the preferred choice of pub in Cartmel. Thought one staff member was excellent the other abrupt.
Tippler - 29 Jun 2017 00:48
Reasonably busy pub with most punters choosing to take advantage of the large garden at the rear. It has a relaxing setting next to the river. Inside is a bit dark. Ales were Unsworth's Yard Freedom & Sir Edgar Harrington's Last Wolf, Bowness Bay Swan Blonde & Mere Gold & Old School Hopscotch. The bar staff seemed a bit grumpy. But overall we preferred this pub in Cartmel, due to its setting and better ale range.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jun 2015 21:09
More open plan than the other pubs in Cartmel but still has a traditional feel. Seemed to attract a livelier crowd (perhaps because larger groups can congregate easier here). Unsworth Yard's Crusader Gold and Sir Edgar Harrington's Last Wolf were on sale on Saturday as well as Cross Bay's Sunset and Old School Brewery's Detention and Textbook so a good choice of local (or pretty local) ales. Wine is poor though. Worth a visit.
paul_d102 - 8 Jun 2015 19:30
Lovely, friendly pub. Just had a good walk in the local area and as it was just past mid day and starting to rain, it was only polite to pop into a pub.
Served an excellent pint of beer, roaring fire was just being lit (it was May after all) and sat down in cosy chairs to enjoy the beer. Within 10 minutes a fair few people came in from the rain and were ordering food.
Only stayed for a pint, but looked like a nice pub.
Dymchurchdaytripper - 4 Jun 2013 20:12
The worst place I've ever been, please save yourself the pain and stay elsewhere unless you are a masochist.
youarehere - 2 Nov 2011 20:47

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