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Kirkstile Inn, Loweswater


The Kirkstile Inn is located in Lowswater in the Allerdale district of Cumbria. It was originally a working farm dating back to the early 17th century. Later, it became an Inn, and was previously known as the Hare and Hounds (at that time, the Inn had a close association with the Melbreak Hunt and was the venue for the opening meet in October and on New Year’s Day).[1] Also in the past, a school was held in the rooms above the Inn. A brewery called Cumbrian Legendary Ales was established in the outbuildings of the Kirkstile Inn in 2003. This expanded and moved to a custom built brewery at Hawkshead in 2009. One of the beers it brews is called Loweswater Gold.[2]

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Kirkstile Inn

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Kirkstile inn, Loweswater

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Kirkstile Inn and Mellbreak

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Kirkstile Inn
- Official Website of Kirkstile Inn, with details of accomodation, restaurant etc.

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Evening at the Kirkstile Inn

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Kirkstile Inn at Loweswater

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Kirkstile Inn, Loweswater, in 1969

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Loweswater
- "....Loweswater is a scattered village. The Church of St Bartholomew’s and the Kirkstile Inn are close by each other, both with stunning views. The Church was renovated and made ...

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