Lottie came for evening meals three times in June 2012. On each occasion she was made very welcome and met a number of other dogs. This must be very near real ale heaven with nine pumps serving different (mostly local) brews. Of course there’s lots more to drink; we also sampled cider, wine and a couple of spirits too. The food was just what we needed after some long walks – everything was in generous portions. A tenderloin of pork special and the house steak and ale pie were worthy of special mention with the house beef lasagne and Cumberland sausage (with mash) not far behind. Even if not staying nearby you really should take the dogs for a long walk and include The King George IV in your route … be sure to build up a thirst and appetite!
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The King George in Eskdale is an idyllic, genuine Cumbrian Inn. Along with fantastic views this is the ideal location to explore the best kept secret in the Lakes. You can set up a base to explore the stunning mountains and Lakes nearby or just kick back and relax in the tranquillity. This World Heritage site and region is famous for its unspoiled landscape, stunning views and exceptional hospitality. Once seen never forgotten. We welcome dogs of all shapes and sizes and similarly their owners. We have all types of terrain to walk your pets in , whether it be a fell a mountain or a gentle walk along the river bank. Dogs are welcome in the Inn and in our accommodation in the flat or the cabin. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate dogs in the Mitre Dale or Eskdale suite as these areas are carpeted.
Lunch menu served 12 - 5pm. Evening menu serves 5pm - 8:45pm.
Snack menu 12 - 5pm every day. Main menu 12 - 8:45pm every day.
Sunday to Thursday 12noon - 12pm. Friday and Saturday 12noon - 1am.
Not allowed in restaurant (but lots of good food served in the bars where dogs are welcome).
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