Have you tried our new summer menu? If the answer is no, then what are you waiting for? Our summer menu includes a selection of exciting dishes, all served in the award-winning Brossen Steakhouse, available daily from 12pm-2.30pm & 6pm-9.30pm (Fri & Sat 10pm).
In October 2017, we challenged our customers to demolish a 72oz rump steak, with chunky chips, onion rings and a sauce of their choice. This challenge reached over 100,000 people on social media, attracting visitors and many locals to attempt the monstrous 72oz; however the challenge remains undefeated and it’s back and hungrier than ever!
We’ve partnered up with our baaarilliant friends at Herdy to offer ewe a very special prize! You could win a hamper full of Herdy goodies and a stay in a luxurious Herdwick bedroom at Inn on the Square.
Join us, to “Meet the man who swam across the Lake District” as quoted by Lancashire Life Magazine… John Mather would like to welcome you to the launch of his illustrated book entitled “Challenging Waters, The Diary of a Lake District Swimmer” on Thursday the 1st March, at 12noon to the Inn on the Square.
January can make even the most energetic of us feel down in the dumps, the partying and the over indulgence has come to an end and for many of us it’s back to work. On top of this, it’s cold, wet and windy, but there’s no need to worry as help is on hand as we have some fabulous offers to help lift your spirits this winter.
Calling all steak lovers… the AA Rosette Brossen Steakhouse is challenging its customers to demolish a 72oz rump steak, which comes with chunky chips, onion rings and a sauce of your choice, for just in case you feel a little peckish after the steak.
A recent AA inspection has revealed that we have retained our four-star rating and AA rosette status for a third year running at the Inn on the Square, with an impressive AA merit score of 81%.
There’s a big different between winter and summer cooking, and at the Inn on the Square we aim to change our menus seasonally to offer our guests the best of the best. Nothing marks the change of the culinary season in Britain, quite like August’s Glorious Twelfth, which marks the first day of the shooting season. So for that reason we wanted to join in the celebrations by holding a themed game dinner on Wednesday 16th August, with all the excitement around the red-legged grouse.
The Back Bar in Keswick have retained their Cask Marque Award for their beer and cellar management, which has been awarded by the independent Cask Marque Trust, independent assessors, qualified brewers who check all cask ales on sale for temperature, appearance, aroma and taste.
Having grown up as a chef’s son, it seemed only natural that Dan Lansley would follow in his father’s footsteps. With over 8 years’ experience from some highly reputable hotels, such as Down Hall Country House Hotel, the Marriot Hotel group and The Swan in Lavenham, Dan made the decision to move to the Lake District to be closer to his childhood sweetheart and to further his passion for food at the award-winning AA rosette Brossen Steakhouse.