Pubs and Bars
Lancaster has a wealth of historic pubs and inns to explore, some of which date back centuries. Roaring fires and low ceilings are still very much the norm, and many pubs offer their own range of home-brewed ales.
And after a brisk day on the fells, there’s no better place to relax than in one of the Lake District’s numerous pubs and inns. Many have a history stretching back centuries and are full of character, with stout beams, flagstone floors and crackling log fires. There’s a growing focus on food and drink, too: craft ales, beer festivals and microbreweries abound, and many places serve food that’s closer to fine dining than pub grub.
Winner of the Lunsedale CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017, The Three Mariners offers nine hand-pulled ales and two craft lines, with an array of beers sourced locally and nationally. Our house beers include Hawkshead Bitter, Oakham Citra, and Robinsons Dizzy Blonde, with a rotating line-up of guests including Titanic, Dark Star, Tiny Rebel, and Ossett
The White Cross Pub is peacefully set in a 130 year old former cotton mill warehouse. They are on the edge of the Lancaster Canal and just five minutes walk from Lancaster City Centre. The White Cross offers an excellent range of freshly prepared home cooked food, the best selection of cask ales in the city, fine wines, ciders, chilled lagers and a warm friendly welcome.