The Swinside Inn Bars And Dining Areas:

Cottage Tethera

Originally the third of 3 old miners cottages, a cosy, newly defined seating area, with a newly exposed (but old) real fire.  Dogs welcome in this area.

Swinside Inn 18th Century Bar:

Traditional old world charm, with an open fire, this room is made up from the first two of the three 17th century miners cottages.  Tables may be reserved for food. Table service in the evenings.  Dogs and children welcome.

Food is available 12pm – 2pm and 5.30pm – 8.30pm.

The Newlands Room (previously The Refuge Bar):

March 2017 also completed the rebirth of the old Newlands Room, as the old refuge bar is finally transformed into a traditional, dog friendly eating area, with a real fire in the centre.  Children welcome.  You can book tables in this room.  Table service in the evening.  Food is served 12-2pm and 5:30 -8:30pm.

You can book the The Newlands Room for parties, celebrations, club meets.

The brand new bar in ‘The Middle Room’

(the one with the views):

Opened March 2017. Windows look out across Newlands Valley to Causey Pike and Barrow, and French Windows lead out to the outside seating area.

Sky Sports shown (quietly).

Outside Seating:

Fantastic views of the Newlands Valley for alfresco boozing.  Dogs on leads please!

Marquees available for hire – we cater for all kinds of parties :celebrations, birthdays, informal wedding parties, anniversaries, memorials, club meets.

Swinside Inn Beers:

Along with a rotation of popular real ales, we also have our own ‘Swinside’ ales, brewed specifically for us:

Double Sunset – named after the way the sun sometimes sets twice over the fells here in The Newlands Valley. Double Sunset is a blonde beer with 3.9% strength.

10 in 10 – named after, and contributing to, the local 10 in 10 fundraiser in aid of MS, where participants climb 10 fells in 10 hours. The 10 in 10 beer is a malty one at 4.1%.