Opening Hours

Bar: 11am - 10:30pm

Food Served: Lunch and Evening

Autumn is spectacular in the Lake District, as shown here at Rydal

Autumn is spectacular in the Lake District, as shown here at Rydal

The woods are full of bluebells in springtime.  Magnificent!

The woods are full of bluebells in springtime. Magnificent!

Jet flying overhead

Jet flying overhead

The river next to the hotel in autumn

The river next to the hotel in autumn

Winter is magnificent when it snows.  Wrap up warm...

Winter is magnificent when it snows. Wrap up warm…

News

Winter is here and the peaks will soon be covered with snow…… pop in for a pint or something to eat after a day out on the fells. Walkers and dogs more than welcome. Blazing open fires await…..

COVID TIER ONE

Posted: October 13th, 2020

13th October. TIER ONE. Cumbria and the Lake District is in the lowest category, so you can still visit. We have strict systems to keep you safe. Tables are spaced out and separated by barriers and there is table service only now, which is an interesting idea in a pub! We are making it work, even if it does slow everything down. Thanks for your patience. Because of the extra demands on our staff, answering the phone is sometimes not possible. PLEASE EMAIL any enquiries if possible. You will get a quicker response! Room bookings are busier than normal, so please book using our website to get the room you would like. Table reservations are advised in the evening and for weekend lunches, because we now only have limited space. Please send us an email with your table request for lunch (choose 12, 12.30, 1pm or 2pm) or evening meal (5.30pm, 6.30pm or 7.30pm). With the exception of the 6.30pm sitting which is in our "no pets" dining room, dogs are more than welcome at other times but please let us know so that we can allocate a table in the bar area. info@theglenrothay.co.uk

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COVID TIER update

Posted: October 5th, 2020

13th October. TIER ONE. Cumbria and the Lake District is in the lowest category, so you can still visit. We have strict systems to keep you safe. Tables are spaced out and separated by barriers and there is table service only now, which is an interesting idea in a pub! We are making it work, even if it does slow everything down. Thanks for your patience. Because of the extra demands on our staff, answering the phone is sometimes not possible. PLEASE EMAIL any enquiries if possible. You will get a quicker response! Room bookings are busier than normal, so please book using our website to get the room you would like. Table reservations are advised in the evening and for weekend lunches, because we now only have limited space. Please send us an email with your table request for lunch (choose 12, 12.30, 1pm or 2pm) or evening meal (5.30pm, 6.30pm or 7.30pm) info@theglenrothay.co.uk Please do tell us if you have a dog!

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Busy in the Lakes...

Posted: September 2nd, 2020

It seems everyone wants to come here, and who can blame them? Room bookings are busier than normal, so please book using our website to get the room you would like. Table reservations are advised in the evening and for weekend lunches, because we now only have limited space. Please send us an email with your table request for lunch (anytime between 12 and 2.30) or evening meal (6pm, 6.30pm or 8pm) info@theglenrothay.co.uk Please do tell us if you have a dog!

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Re-open 4th July

Posted: June 24th, 2020

Have you ever had to wait so long for a pint? On Saturday 4th July we hope to welcome you back. We are doing all we can to keep within covid19 best practice, and running a pub with social distancing will be interesting. On the 4th daytime we will be serving drinks only. Meals will be served in the evening, reservations strongly advised. Then food and drink as normal from Sunday, though not a Sunday Roast on the 5th. B&B rooms are available from 4th July. You can book rooms online now. We have altered out cancellation policy so that all new bookings are fully refundable as long as you let us know more than 7 days in advance. See you soon!

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Cheers! 4th July Re-opening

Posted: June 19th, 2020

Have you ever had to wait so long for a pint? On Saturday 4th July we hope to welcome you back. We are doing all we can to keep within covid19 best practice, and running a pub with social distancing will be interesting. On the 4th daytime we will be serving drinks only. Meals will be served in the evening, reservations strongly advised. Then food and drink as normal from Sunday, though not a Sunday Roast on the 5th. We plan to open our rooms for B&B as well from the 4th, though there has been no government advice (..what a useless bunch...). Please keep watching the news and checking our website for updates, but fingers crossed we will be open very soon. You can book rooms online from the 4th, and we have altered out cancellation policy so that all new bookings are fully refundable as long as you let us know more than 7 days in advance.

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Re-opening?

Posted: June 8th, 2020

It looks likely that the Badger Bar and Restaurant will re-open on 4th July. The hotel may not open then, but should be open soon after, we hope. This all of course depends on government advice. It is even possible the beer garden here may open later in June. Whenever we open, it will be great to have customers back again.

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CLOSED

Posted: March 22nd, 2020

The hotel and Badger Bar are now closed until further notice. Anyone with a room booking is welcome to re-book with us when we re-open. We will keep your deposit safe and this can be used as a credit for a new booking. Sorry, we cannot issue refunds because this would threaten our business survival, now that we have no income at all. Thankyou for your understanding and we hope to see you all in more normal times fairly soon....

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CLOSED

Posted: March 21st, 2020

The Hotel and Badger Bar are now closed until at least June.

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Yes we are open!

Posted: March 17th, 2020

Food, drink and rooms available as usual. We are taking precautions to ensure that our customers and staff remain healthy during this time

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Spring Sunshine

Posted: March 15th, 2020

Never mind all the doom and gloom, the Lake District is looking beautiful now, with the daffodils out and fluffy little lambs appearing. A good blast of fresh air is great for your health. Avoid the city crowds and paranoia! Escape to the Country, we have some great room rates on offer.

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