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The Marton Arms Hotel
Thornton-in-Lonsdale
Carnforth
Lancashire
LA6 3PB
Off the A65, 1 mile North of Ingleton
01524) 241281.
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The Marton Arms Hotel  

The roaring log fire complements the recently decorated bar area.

Disabled access is good with a ramp available on request to negotiate the step down at the front door.

The entrance lobby has the toilets off to the right and leading to a large 'L' shaped bar having 16 hand pumps for the real ale. Also 5 draught lagers from Belgian breweries such as Liefmans, Timmermans plus Hoegaarden and from the Czech Republic, Urquel & Budvar. The bar also stocks 300 malt whiskies. There are also bottled beers from different parts of the world and a wide selection of soft drinks for drivers. Beers on at the time were: Cains Maggie May; Oakhill Mendip Gold; Hartleys XB; Batemans XB; Brakspear Boater; Okells Olde Skipper; Arundel Little Willie; Shepherd Neame Bishops Finger; Wychwood Hobgoblin; Swale Forty Winks. All beers are served in either jugs or straight glasses. In addition to the beers listed permanent beers are Black Sheep bitter, Dent bitter, Robinson's Best & Taylors Golden Best. All in very good condition.

A wide and varied menu is available including Burgers, Sausages & pizzas. For those wishing to eat something a bit more substantial you could try the Ostrich or Kangaroo steaks. All pizzas are freshly made and the amount of cheese & toppings are a sight to be seen. All meals are keenly priced & are excellent quality. Food times weekdays from 12-3, 6-9pm and weekends 12-9pm.

Accommodation available, all rooms are tastefully decorated with country pine furniture and kept clean and fresh. Rooms are centrally heated with en-suite shower rooms with excellent power showers & towels are provided. Bed and breakfast cost from £36/person/night.

Best thing about the pub, the beer and food.

Overall rating the very best. (Alan Bates)


 

Comments
 

Sadly we were unable to stay when we visited in February (2003) as it had been fully booked since Oct 2002. Lovely comfortable interior with an extensive menu. 15 guest ales with 2-300 whiskies. Hope to return ASAP. (Mike and Gaynor - 18/8/03).

I have been to The Marton Arms several times and cannot recommend it enough! There are usually 15 hand pumps on the go, which includes a real cider. I have spent many a 'happy' drinking session there. My wife has organised a couple of events there, which have gone extremely well due to good staff. The landlord, Colin, is a great character and loves a chat. Tell him Keith and Shirley (from Kent) recommended the pub to you.
 

 



 

Services

 

b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, real fire, car park, real cider, pets allowed, vegetarian 

 

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Beers:

up to 15 ales. 


 

Accommodation: 

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12 rooms


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