Kenlis Arms is a small, family run hotel set in a 19th century brick hunting lodge, just off the M6 in Garstang.
Individually styled guest rooms boast comfortable decor and en suite facilities. Free Wi-Fi, flat screen TV and tea/coffee facilities are standard. Cots are available upon request.
Kenlis Arms offers free on-site parking. Games room, function space, room service and garden with children’s play area and seating are plus. Full English or Continental breakfast is included in your stay.
Kenlis Arms Pub, located on the ground floor of the hotel, offers traditional British fare and features a wide range of beers and spirits as well as billiards, snooker and darts. Tayah’s, located close by, offers British cuisine.
You can walk to Lancaster Canal and Bleasdale Fells. Stydd Gardens, Samlesbury Hall and Ribble Steam Railway are a short drive away.
The couple who owns KenlisArms is happy to have you and it shows. Their friendly, personal service makes you feel at home and they are knowledgeable about thearea and all it has to offer in the way of restaurants, local shopping and the most popular local
A good family hotel
This is a good place to stay when travelling with your family. Extra cots are available upon request and there's a garden with a children's play area and a games room. And with a full English breakfast included in your stay, it's easy to stretch your trav
Pets are welcome here
If you like to travel with your favourite furry friend, you'll be glad to know that pets are welcome here. Not only do you get to have your dog in your room, but the pub located on the ground floor of the property also welcomes Fidoto join you there as we
Things can get noisy
BecauseKenlisArms is located above a busy pub, things can get noisy at night and on the weekends. If you're looking for a quieter stay, be sure to ask for a room at the rear of the property.
Needs an update
Although the guest rooms at this boutique hotel are clean and tidy, the decor could use an update.
You may have to wait for service
The pub located on the ground floor of this hotel can get really busy, especially on weekends and during peak travel season, which means you may have to wait for service and your food. But the good news is that once the food arrives, you'll find that it w