The George Inn

017687 72076
rooms@thegeorgekeswick.co.uk
http://georgehotelkeswick.co.uk/

St John's Street
Keswick
CA125AZ

AA 4 star

Situated in the Lake District in the centre of Keswick, The George is one of the oldest hotels in the Lake District and Keswick, built in 1665. The impression of the 350-year history of the Inn is indisputable, in the heavily beamed rooms it retains all of the character you would expect from this traditional Inn. The bar is the perfect place for a quiet drink of the local Jennings cask ales, alongside cozy fires, which glow through winter nights. The wine list is extensive, and we offer ten different wines by the glass. The George also provides excellent home-cooked local food and has twelve guest bedrooms for those planning a stay in this beautiful area.

Accommodation at The George
The George Hotels 12 guest bedrooms offer quality well-appointed accommodation for those guests seeking a relaxing and enjoyable break in the Lake District. You can rest assured of a pleasant stay, a quality meal, or just a quiet drink in this charming Lakeland Inn.

The George Food
The George offers fantastic pub food, which is excellent value for money, with home cooked local food with a modern twist. We are passionate & proud to support local farmers & local food producers and use the very best fresh seasonal local produce wherever possible. We even grow and supply our salads and herbs from the hotel’s kitchen garden. We have a large restaurant available, or you can eat in the snug or bar areas from the extensive á la carte menu. The menu is varied and offers a wide selection to cover all tastes and budgets. We also have on offer the chef’s specials, offering even more choices of local food – click these links for sample menus; Lunch / Evening. We cater for guests who have specific dietary requirements & have a separate Gluten Free menu.

AA 4 star

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Situated in the Lake District in the centre of Keswick, The George is one of the oldest hotels in the Lake District and Keswick, built in 1665. The impression of the 350-year history of the Inn is indisputable, in the heavily beamed rooms it retains all of the character you would expect from this traditional Inn. The bar is the perfect place for a quiet drink of the local Jennings cask ales, alongside cozy fires, which glow through winter nights. The wine list is extensive, and we offer ten different wines by the glass. The George also provides excellent home-cooked local food and has twelve guest bedrooms for those planning a stay in this beautiful area.

Accommodation at The George
The George Hotels 12 guest bedrooms offer quality well-appointed accommodation for those guests seeking a relaxing and enjoyable break in the Lake District. You can rest assured of a pleasant stay, a quality meal, or just a quiet drink in this charming Lakeland Inn.

The George Food
The George offers fantastic pub food, which is excellent value for money, with home cooked local food with a modern twist. We are passionate & proud to support local farmers & local food producers and use the very best fresh seasonal local produce wherever possible. We even grow and supply our salads and herbs from the hotel’s kitchen garden. We have a large restaurant available, or you can eat in the snug or bar areas from the extensive á la carte menu. The menu is varied and offers a wide selection to cover all tastes and budgets. We also have on offer the chef’s specials, offering even more choices of local food – click these links for sample menus; Lunch / Evening. We cater for guests who have specific dietary requirements & have a separate Gluten Free menu.

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