Wondering what to do this weekend? Why not head to a beer garden.

Restrictions eased in April to allow pubs to open their doors for outdoor seating.

There's lots of different pubs to try in Cumbria and we've taken a look at the top five rated ones, according to Tripadvisor.

The Crafty Baa, Windermere

Rated 4.5stars on Tripadvisor

The pub reopened again on April 12 for outdoor seating.

Child and dog friendly. Specialist in charcuterie/cheese, baked Camembert as well as more 100 world beers and fine wines.

One customer said: "Great social distancing measures in place." While another said it was a "great little place."

Sun Inn, Pooley Bridge

Rated 4 stars on Tripadvisor

Outdoor seating in the beer garden has been open since April 12, and is on a first come, first served basis.

The rules are a maximum of six people or two households and everyone must be seated. Once seated, our staff will come to you to take your order for drinks and food.

Customers said the pub was a "little gem" and "very welcoming."

The Bitter End, Cockermouth

Rated 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor.

The pub reopened on April 16, but on weekends only. The website states they will be open from 12pm to 8pm with limited outdoor seating.

Customers said it was a "lovely old pub" and "worth seeking out."

The Black Labrador, Underbarrow

Rated 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor.

When restrictions eased on April 12, the pub reopened its doors.

Steeped in history the atmosphere of this charming 16th Century Inn provides the perfect setting to experience friendly Cumbrian hospitality.

Customers said it was a "wonderful discovery" and a "great pub."

The Wellington Inn, Great Orton

Rated 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor

The pub has been advertising on social media that their beer garden is open and encouraged people to book in advance of the bank holiday weekend.

Customers said the pub is "great" and it has "excellent food and service."