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New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Ambleside

Pub added by Will Larter
Great Langdale
Great Langdale
Postal town: Ambleside
LA22 9JX
Phone: 01539437213

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Jon B left this review about New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

it's totally different to the other two in Langdale, modern and characterless. the ale was expensive (over £4) and mediocre and barman unfriendly. so not a great experience really.

On 7th August 2018 - rating: 3
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Ian Mapp left this review about New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

The NDG was our board for the night. Nice hotel, good service and excellent food/breakfast.

For drinkers, there is a hikers bar that's unpretentious . Two real ales were on - Wainwright and a never seen before and little information found on the web Hardy Tup. It does appear as though I have been accidentally been drinking mild again.

Great location and good beer.

Visit blogged at http://bit.ly/2nxKrja

On 13th March 2017 - rating: 8
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Will Larter left this review about New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

The Walkers Bar has three hand pumps, of which two were in service during my recent visit. One was Thwaites Wainwright and the other was badged as Hardy Tup, with no brewer's name on it. It had the same strength as, and tasted like, Thwaites Original. The single room in which the bar stands is very basic, with chunky pine tables and outsize high backed wooden chairs, and a floor made of some sort of plastic aggregate, giving the ambience of an institutional dining room. Outside there are similarly regimented bench tables on a slate terrace, which is pleasant enough when the weather allows. This place is geared towards eating, and I can't imagine wanting to hang around after dining for another pint or two. Just a few paces away is the Sticklebarn, which at least makes some sort of effort towards creating a pub atmosphere.

On 3rd July 2012 - rating: 3
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