THE Mail asked its readers which pubs they cannot wait to visit once they are allowed to reopen and they responded. There were so many mentions that deserve to be on this list, but these are the six places that were given the most mentions.

The Crown, Walney.

Originally constructed in 1865, at over 150 years old, it is a great local pub with an attractive beer garden that offers award winning cask ales, home cooked food and friendly banter... everything you would want from a British pub.

A day out on Walney should always include a visit to The Crown.

Tally Ho, Barrow.

This Schneider Road pub is a Craft Union pub and their philosophy is about bringing really quality pubs back in the heart of local communities. They believe pubs play a vital role in the lives of their customers and they say they are committed to nurturing this. They stand shoulder to shoulder with their operators, supporting them as they practice their craft of running outstanding pubs.

The Sun Inn, Ulverston.

This hotel, pub, and eatery offers everything you could want and they di it very well.

Their chefs produce a variety of dishes to suit all tastes. The Sun Inn is the perfect place to meet, relax and enjoy a cool refreshing drink.

They have been working hard on refurbishing during the lockdown period ready for a big reopening when it is deemed safe to do so by the government.

The Farmers, Ulverston.

The Farmers Arms is an award wining pub, wine bar and restaurant located in the heart of the bustling market and festival town of Ulverston, situated opposite the market cross with views of the old cobbled streets. The perfect place to relax and watch the world go by.

A finalist in the Cumbria Food and Drink Awards 2014, known by many in Ulverston, South Lakes and the Furness area, at The Farmers Arms they offer fantastic homemade, locally sourced food, local real ales, fine wine and a large selection of lager, it’d be impossible not to find something that doesn’t take your fancy.

Ship Inn, Roose.

The Ship Inn, Roose, Barrow-in-Furness is situated on the outskirts of the town. They offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with a large beer garden and covered smoking area and serve a range of Robinsons real ales, lagers, spirits and wines.

The Ship has become the place to eat and the menu provides a good range of traditional British food which once tasted will make you want come back. The pub has a good range of cask ales, lagers and wines to suit most tastes. To the front is a large beer garden where you can enjoy the award-winning flower displays.

Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, Barrow.

The Abbey Road hotel was built in 1871 and was granted grade II status in 1976. In 2006 it was bought by Lancaster Brewery. In the many years since 2006 over £2.5 million has been spent renovating, refurbishing and returning the Duke to its former glory.

It offers great food, drinks, and a room to stay in the heart of Barrow town centre.