Now available in The Royal Barn and mail order. Devils Bridge IPA is our newest beer in our can range, brewed with new world hops giving a huge citrus hit with a bitter end.Order Now
The company owners all share a passion for real ale and were keen to re-establish a local brewery. Kirkby Lonsdale has had brewing at its heart for centuries until the trade had all but died out.Discover our Drinks
While our delicious beans are ethically plucked from some of the planet’s most exotic destinations, our inspiration is firmly rooted in the soil of our home town, roasting in the Royal Barn a local building steeped in history.Quality in every cup
We wanted to create a unique venue in the town that all could enjoy. We boast 12 handpulls and 8 keg taps along with an extensive collection of over sixty different craft beers from around the world.Come and visit
Meet the KLB brewing team that’s behind our perfectly crafted beers. Hover over our team to discover our favourite beers!
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Leave the M6 at Junction 36 following signs for Kirkby Lonsdale A65, follow this road until you reach the roundabout parallel to Booths supermarket. Take the first exit toward booths and turn right at the end of the road. We are situated on the right hand side of the road opposite the Post Office next to New Road Car park. Our address is: New Rd, Kirkby Lonsdale, LA6 2AB.
Local taxi numbers that you can use are:
Main Street Taxis – 07934 686256
24/7 Taxis – 01539 563405
On Time Taxis – 07917 801878
Lady Cab – 07715 660673
Austwick Taxis – 015242 51364
Blue Star Taxis – 01539 482066
There are a number of bus routes that allow you to get to us. The best ones are the Lancaster number 81, and Kendal number 567.
Choose from a selection of our luxury rooms which are all en-suite, contain a flat-screen LCD TV, and provide hot beverage facilities. Visit the Orange Tree website here.
Hidden in the centre of one of the most desirable places to live in England. The Outhouse Bothy is a teeny tiny one-bedroom dwelling. The first thing you ll notice is the ancient (uneven) curved stone staircase, unsuitable for children. The ground floor has a dinky kitchen, microwave, small fridge, kettle, toaster & of course a kitchen sink (great excuse not to cook) The first-floor bedroom opens out to a sun trapped terrace with adjoining WC & shower room.