Kendal (and its Many Fine Pubs)
- Gateway to the South Lakes and the Yorkshire Dales
No matter whether you are a visitor to the Auld Grey town, or a resident; whether your visit brings you here for business or pleasure; or if your preference be for fine dining or Real Ales: Kendal has a Pub for you!
There are small, intimate, secluded pubs, known only to locals; and there are big, bustling, family-oriented pubs offering all-day food and children's play areas. There are lively pubs showing televised sports, and quiet spots without even a jukebox, where the principal sounds are the clink of glasses and the buzz of conversation.
There are town centre pubs, cheek-by-jowl with shops and offices, and little village pubs, some with limited opening hours. There are pubs located with ultimate convenience beside bus and railway routes; and still others that require the use of feet, bicycle, or motor car to get to them.
Go to the 'About' page to find out more about this website, or click on the links in the navigation bar to find out more about the Pubs of Kendal and South Cumbria. If you enjoy real ale, darts and pool, good food, and intriguing pubs and bars, then you are sure to find something of interest on this website.
Ring o' Bells, Kendal's pub built on Church grounds
If you are a real ale enthusiast, you may be interested in the Campaign for Real Ale - CAMRA. To find out more about CAMRA's aims, ethos and benefits of membership, pay a visit to some (or all) of the following websites:
Please note: 'Pubs In Kendal' is not affiliated in any way to CAMRA. The views expressed on the 'Pubs In Kendal' website are not necessarily those of CAMRA. Links to CAMRA websites do not imply any official CAMRA endorsement of the opinions or ideas expressed here in 'Pubs In Kendal'. We simply share an interest in Pubs and beer.