Places To Go
THE GOLDEN LION in Botchergate, has re-opened as a Biker’s Pub and welcomes all Bikers. Check out the custom bike displayed in the Bar! The Bar & Lounge are decorated with Biker Memorabilia. Look out for Bands on the weekends. Cumbria’s only dedicated Biker Bar!
THE CENTRAL in main street Egremont is run by a biker and is a biker pub. Bikers always welcome.
HARTSIDE TOP CAFE, a popular meeting place for bikers from the North East on a Sunday, is on the main A686 Alston to Penrith road. England's highest cafe is 1903 feet above sea level, with spectacular views when not shrouded in the clouds. Ample parking. Good food and hot drinks( no bar though). There is a bikers notice board inside the cafe and bikers are of course very welcome. Open Easter to November; 9am to 5.30pm approx, later in high season. Tel 01434 381036
THE OLD CROWN: Brews its own and highly successful beers. Beer prices are sensible, food (mainly curries) is excellent and the pub is small and friendly, though it gets crowded at weekends. Bikers are as welcome as any other well behaved people and eccentrics go unnoticed among the regulars
THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE: famous as a meeting place for bikers for years. If you are fancying a new bike, don't bother going round the dealers, just go down here and have a look around because you have just got to find what you are looking for. There is a snack van that serves your tea/coffee in real cups. They have now opened a field up where you can now browse round some stalls. Sunday is motorcycle only parking day. If your bike or helmet etc isn't legal there is a good chance you will get done, also keep your speed down, there have been quite a few accidents lately, and our numbers are small enough.
THE BARLEY MOW is a pub run by biker Sean Sweeney and his wife Maureen, they do B&B and can be found at 81 The Ellers, Ulverston. LA12 0AQ Tel: 01229 582478
THE LOWTHER ARMS: Hensingham, Hartley's ales, good food, ample parking.
THE RUM STORY. Situated on Lowther Street, with secure on street motorcycle parking about 100yards away, tells the story of the importing of rum in days gone by. visit their website www.rumstory.co.uk
DARRYL'S CAFE in Windermere – Very Biker Friendly. Parking front (roadside) & back (yard), toilet out back. Good cheap grub – open all day, can open at special times to suit you if you ring first! Will keep helmets etc in locker if you want a wander round Windermere.100 yards down from the Railway Station on main Kendal to Keswick Road A591. More info