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Oddfellows Arms, Caldbeck - pub details

Address: Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8EA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33952) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Oddfellows Arms, Caldbeck

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Fine range of ales, all of which were enjoyed. Pleasant and welcoming staff and locals at what is a fine example of a proper community pub. Only slight downside was the endlessly cheesy background music played on a loop inflicted upon us courtesy of Magic FM. I now find myself unable to get 'Zoom' by Fat Larry's Band dislodged from my brain.
strangetorpor - 11 Oct 2015 11:22
A year after the review below, things have pretty much stayed the same. Which is good. This is a nice village local that welcomes visitors too. The food is nice - although fairly uninspiring - and the three real beers are well- kept. It was good to find Sneck Lifter on on my last visit as the last time I called in there was only one beer on.
littledrummerboy - 19 Nov 2012 20:36
Not a bad village pub, if lacking the magic of some of the great pubs in this part of the world. Jennings bitter and Cumberland on, which were both good. Food not bad either, and restaurant was surprisingly busy on a November Sunday evening, but fortunately plenty of room, as the pub is bigger than it seems from outside.
pistol007 - 18 Nov 2011 13:55
Visited this Jennings pub for a pint and evening meal, however despite the large range at the disposal of Jennings, only one draught beer was on offer, Jennings Bitter which was pleasant if unexciting.
The food was wholesome and reasonable enough, if a little expensive.
This pub has a really nice village setting but seems to suffer in that its large room at the rear is geared so much towards the diner that the feel of the pub area is lost - I appreciate that this is not a unique problem, and better this than closing I suppose, but the lack of beer choice was dissapointing as was the general decor which was a little tired.
SouthYorkshireman - 17 Apr 2010 20:29
A lovely pub in a lovely village with free parking. But needs a tweak or two. We were in there one afternoon when a lot of walkers arrived, as they do in this neck of the woods. They bought loads of drinks and asked if they could have sandwiches. They were told my the offhand barmaid that they didn't serve food until 6.30 pm. Maybe the organiser should have advised the pub of the imminent massive increase in the pub's profits, but surely someone could have rustled up something as simple as sandwiches within a short while. Unfortunately the lack of entrepenerial skills is endemic up here, and they do like to moan a lot instead of doing something about it and then being nice to those who want to visit this beautiful and unique area in the North West, and contribute to their profits. Not all businesses - just some!
Leone123 - 26 Aug 2008 20:31

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