The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms Main Street,, Burton-in-Kendal Carnforth, LA6 1LR

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Tel: 01524 781409

The Kings Arms is situated in the quaint Cumbrian village of Burton-in-Kendal, situated near to the oustanding natural beauty of the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales and the historic city of Lancaster, with easy access to the M6 motorway. The Pub is ran by, Neil and Ann France, who previously ran The Blundell Arms in Horwich near Bolton for many years.

An old coaching inn as early as 1763, the Kings Arms is a small family run traditional Inn, offering warm and friendly service with excellent food served in both bar and restaurant.

Dinner in our dining room is an integral part of the Kings Arms experience we believe that you, the guest, deserve food of the highest standard prepared with the finest local ingredients and expertise.

We boast 6 well-appointed, en-suite rooms, family room and doubles all furnished in a traditional style with natural warmth and welcoming charm.

Here at The Kings Arms, we offer a unique opportunity to enjoy hospitality and service of the highest standard, whilst experiencing the wonders of picturesque Cumbria – the perfect setting for any break. Burton in Kendal is a short distance from The Lake District, The Yorkshire Dales and The Trough of Bowland.

The hotel is a perfect base for walkers and cyclists as it is on the Lancashire Cycle way and is surrounded by bay coastal, fell and woodland walks in areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Locally there are plenty of activities, such as a number of local fisheries for the angler, the Capernwray Dive Centre, equestrian and outdoor pursuit centres for those wanting an active break. For those wanting the more leisurely break we are perfectly situated to explore the area and then come back to relax in a traditional coaching inn based in a pretty Cumbrian Village.

For those passing through and needing a short stopover the Kings Arms is 5 minutes off the the M6 at Junction 35 or 36 and is an ideal stop over venue for those wishing to break long journeys up to Scotland or down South.