Do you dream of a real old-fashioned style country pub with nooks and crannies, old beams and a bit of an uneven floor? Our bar is typical of an old English village pub where locals meet to relax and we welcome visitors to this lovely corner of the North Lancashire, South Cumbria countryside. So why not join us for a glass of wine, a pint of ale, a cocktail or just a cup of coffee. Or maybe take advantage of our delicious home cooked pub classics in the bar, here at the Longlands Inn.
It’s the perfect place for a drink and a chat. Relax with your friends, enjoy real ales, local beers and fine wines. Choose from our wide range of hand pulled ales – the selection captures the imagination of anyone who loves real ale.  Or try one (or two) of the great lagers, bitters, and unusual spirits. Savour the collection of different styles and vintages of wines from all round the world. Our local wine merchant has carefully created a wine list to interest the most discerning palate. 

Our bar meals and snacks are served from 12 pm - 2.30 pm and 5.30 pm -9.30 pm, things like delicious doorstop sandwiches, our special savoury platters, or a selection of home-baked pizzas are all available to choose from.

On Mondays The Longlands Inn really comes to life for our band night, with an acoustic set between 8pm & 10pm.
The Longlands Inn welcomes well-behaved dogs and dog lovers. If you’re lucky you might spot Ronnie, our much-loved black lab, padding around looking for a warm pair of feet to go to sleep on.
Our lovely traditional country pub with an open fire shown in this picture
Ronnie the dog on one of his walks along the canal
Happy customers stood outside the Longlands near Carnforth

A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE, FINE WINE,
  GUEST BEERS & QUALITY SPIRITS

PUB CLASSICS

LOCAL ALES

DOGS WELCOME

TRADITIONAL PUB

LIVE MUSIC FROM LOCAL BANDS

A DOG FRIENDLY PUB

THE BAR

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A picture of the pumps at the bar in the Longlands
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