Redfern InnKingmoor Road, Etterby
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Friendly, historic inn situated north of the river Eden in the suburb of Etterby. Bus number 76 stops outside the pub. The Redfern Inn is one of several pubs in Carlisle built in this style by the architect Harry Redfern. The pub was built in 1938 and named after Mr. Redfern, towards the end of his work for the Carlisle and District State Management Scheme. It is one of the distinctive New Model Inn designs. The pub was designed by Redfern's assistant architect, Joseph Seddon (with Redfern's collaboration). It is a must see for anyone visiting Carlisle. The Redfern has recently been restored to it's former glory. The splendid wood-panelled lounge consists of two 'separate' rooms both with much-appreciated roaring fires when the weather turns cool. Pictures of historic Carlisle adorn the walls. The carved bar has been restored and is a masterpiece. The public bar also retains the original wood panelling and also has a roaring fire.