Town End, Great Asby, Appleby-In-Westmorland, CA16
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An 18 Century Westmorland Inn dating back to 1707 and exuding immense charm and character whilst offering a monopoly position with an extensive catchment area.
Since reopening 2 years ago this renowned public house has a rapidly growing reputation for quality beers and home cooked food from local produce and excellent live music and other well supported community evenings.
Situated in the historic village of Great Asby a village in Cumbria. Historically part of Westmorland, it is located approximately 15 miles (24 km) south east of Penrith and approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) south of Appleby-in-Westmorland.
The picturesque village is an obvious stop over for walkers and cyclists and popular with sportsmen during the hunting season. it provides a dormitory village for discerning purchasers many of whom work in Penrith, Kendal and for others who benefit from its access to the A66 & M6.
The Three Greyhounds was originally known as Toft Farm and was a place to meet for farmers to sample local ale and its from here that the pubs history commences, initially as a hunting lodge and inn for a brewing syon from Preston.
The Greyhound was the hunting dog of the Tudors and the dogs feature widely on the well to do coats of arms of that age. The village of Great Asby came under the lordship of Crackenthorpe, Lord Machell of Crackenthorpe was recter of the village and had the three greyhounds as his family crest.
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