James Walker, from Southport, started as manager of the King's Head on the 16th May.
New table arrives 23/05/18
Our philosophy at the King's Head, Ravenstonedale, is, if it can be homemade, it is. As you would expect, much of the produce we use is local and we change the menu regularly to make te most of each season's ingredients.
Sample dishes from main menu
- Lamb and Black Pudding Pie £13
- Fish ‘n’ Chips £13
- Beef cobbler £12
- Ballotine of Chicken £14
- Cumberland Sausage £11
Set menu Sun-Thurs 6-9pm
- Gammon Steak
- Pork and Chorizo Burger
Two courses £15 Three course £18
Steak night Wednesdays 6-9pm
- Rib Eye Steak £18
- Sirloin Steak £19
- Rump Steak £14
Burger Offer 12-2.30, 6-9pm
Burger and a pint of lager (Carlsberg) £10. Served every day.
We have many more dishes available including seasonal menus and bar snacks.
Whether you are stopping for a quick pint or enjoying an evening with friends, the main bar is the place to be, with traditional features, two log fires, a choice of cask ales and fine wines.
We serve a choice of cask ales including some from the many local breweries in our area so you’re always guaranteed a taste of Cumbria.
We have an extensive wine list, plus a local fruit wine which changes monthly. Come and give them a try!!
- Sauvignon Blanc, Chile £17.50
- Pinot Grigio, Italy £18.50
- La Brouette Rose, France £17.50
We maintain a fine offering of select gins designed to appeal to gin connoisseurs.
- Bombay Saphire
- Death's Door
We have 6 individually designed bedrooms, each with its own special feature. All rooms are en-suite with a bath and shower, fluffy towels and toiletries made locally by The Bath House in Sedbergh.
Prices are per room inclusive of breakfast.
- Double/Twin from £90.00
- Single occupancy from £90.00
We describe all our rooms in detail on this website so that our guests know exactly what to expect from their accommodation.
Our aim is to ensure our guests enjoy their stay with excellent food and drink, comfortable accommodation and friendly hospitality.
Please note that pets are welcome in the pub but are not allowed in the bedrooms.