Nestled within the small rural village of Gosforth our bar offers a warm and friendly atmosphere in a classic country pub setting. Frequented by old and new faces, our bar proudly displays original sandstone walls, oak beams, a Coat of Arms, wood burning stove and a stone-mullioned window, brought back to life in 2009 after being partially blocked for well over 100 years.
During the winter evenings our wood burning stoves invite you in to enjoy the warmth of the Hall when supping a well-kept real ale, lager, wine or hot beverage. In the summer the bar door offers a gateway to the beer garden where you can relax, unwind, meet and greet old and new friends whilst enjoying a Pimms, Wine and Soda or cooling drink, whilst watching the sun go down.
The ‘Holy Well’ supplies the Hall with water which is periodically tested and pure enough to bottle and sell as Lakeland Water. Although, given the opportunity, Rod would rather embark on setting up a microbrewery to produce his own Real Ales. Where possible we try to promote Cumbrian Real Ales and will regularly host Yates, Hawkshead, Keswick and Ulverston.
Across the four hand pulls in the bar and whenever possible we promote Cumbrian Real Ales and will regularly host Yates, Hawkshead, Keswick and Ulverston, in addition to a range of guest ales. The new beer garden bar offers 8 hand pulls.