Following government announcements, we’re happy to say a number of our inns will be reopening on 2nd December, 8am. We will continue to follow the strictest hygiene regimes to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness during your stay.
Which inns are open?
The following inns will be open as of Wednesday 2nd December:
– The Coniston Inn
– The Ambleside Inn
– The Swan, Grasmere
– The Pheasant, Bassenthwaite
– The Black Swan
– The Stables, Whitby (available to book soon)
What restrictions are in place when I visit these inns?
– You must only join us with people from your household or support bubble
– Last orders will be at 10pm and everyone must vacate the pub by 11pm – this includes residents staying with us
– All guests must wear masks on entering our inns and in all public areas. The only time you do not need to wear a mask is whilst sat at a table.
– All guests must leave their details for Track & Trace. This can be done via our WiFi, or a member of the team will take them manually. They will be stored for 21 days.
– All food and drink orders must be placed at your table. This includes breakfast and Sunday Roast (our inns that usually serve a Carvery will no longer).
– Social distancing will still be observed throughout our inns.
Bookings up to 2nd January
If you have a booking at one of the aforementioned inns, your stay is going ahead and we look forward to seeing you! If you have booked to stay at any of our inns that are not opening yet, a member of our reservations team will be in contact with you soon to discuss your options. We appreciate your patience with this matter.
From 2nd January onward
The tier systems are constantly being reviewed by government and currently, any bookings after 2nd January, no matter which inn, are still valid.
We’re confident our inns are a safe and secure place for you to visit and look forward to welcoming you soon. To see our 10 Step guide to COVID-19 safety, click here. If you do have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0191 580 3610 or email [email protected].