Guide: The best beer gardens to enjoy some afternoon sunshine

Time for a cold one?LEANNE BOLGER
Time for a cold one?LEANNE BOLGER
16 June 2017 12:01PM

AS the sun makes a welcome appearance, here are some of the best beer gardens to visit today in South Cumbria.


With its working waterwheel in the middle of the bar, not to mention a charming roof garden, this is a striking setting for pub grub, homemade pizzas, cask ales and craft beers. Monday-to-Thursday meal deals offer great value.

BARROW: Crofters

With a large garden, play area and a newly-refurbished interior with extensive menu, the Crofters is a great choice for families.

WALNEY: The Crown

A good menu, nice range of drinks and a quiet place to sit outside and have a drink, this pub is an ideal spot to take in some afternoon sun.

ULVERSTON: The Old Farmhouse

Boasting one of the most popular Sunday roasts around, The Old Farmhouse also attracts customers in the warmer weather because of its huge, sheltered beer garden.

FOXFIELD: Prince of Wales

A popular spot with walkers, at the Prince of Wales you can enjoy home-brews and guest ales soaked up with huge home-made pasties in their popular beer garden.

ULVERSTON: Old Friends

A popular town centre pub with a cosy and sheltered beer garden.

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