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The Kings Arms

TEMPLE SOWERBY, CA10 1SB

In 1799, when Temple Sowerby was known as 'The Queen of Westmorland Villages', romantic poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge began their tour of the Lake District at this 17th-century coaching inn on the Penrith to Appleby turnpike. The kitchen serves a mix of old favourites and more modern options, including deep-fried breaded Whitby scampi; Moroccan lamb tagine; Thai red chicken curry; butter-grilled salmon steak; Cumberland sausage with mustard mash; and lasagne. There's also a good vegetarian choice, home-made desserts and a children's menu.

Further information

Tel: 017683 62944
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Black Sheep, guest ales

Open

All week
10-3 6-11

Facilities

Children welcome.
Garden.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.
Bedrooms available.

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M6 junct 40, E on A66 to Temple Sowerby. Inn in town centre

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