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Kirkstone Pass Inn, England

Kirkstone Pass Inn

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Kirkstone Pass Inn Pub or Bar in Ambleside, Cumbria, England


First built in 1496AD, the second highest Inn in England

Most potent when mists veil the sky,
Mists that distort and magnify;
While the coarse rushes, to the sweeping breeze,
Sigh forth their ancient melodies!

William Wordsworth (Kirkstone Pass)

Pub and restaurant situated in a stunning location at the top of the Kirkstome Pass, with breathtaking views down the valley towards Windermere.

Kirkstone Pass Panorama (c) Rob Shephard


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