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High Cross Inn


"Beautiful coaching inn with magical views of the Duddon estuary"

The bar is a fine example of a typical Lakeland pub. Oak beams, slates, thick stone walls and a welcoming open fire.

The Inn sits on the brow of the hill overlooking both Broughton-in-Furness, an attractive Georgian market town and the Duddon valley.

High Cross Inn,
High Cross Brow,
LA20 6ES
Tel: 01229 716272        

Kirkstile Inn


"A Lake District Hotel of Unique Character"

Situated in a magical place and nestling amongst the stunning fells in the heart of the North West Lake District just mile from the Lakes of Loweswater and Crummock Water.

Providing food and shelter since Tudor times, Kirkstile now offers very comfortable accommodation with quality rooms, log fires, oak beams and a wealth of history.

With first class food, comfortable rooms and with one of the most famous bars in the Lake District, Kirkstile is a hotel of unique character ... enjoy the Kirkstile experience!

Kirkstile Inn,

CA13 0RU
Tel: 01900 85219
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The Crown at High Newton

"A Fine Lakeland Inn"

Following extensive refurbishment in July 2010, the Crown Inn has re-opened with the bar and restaurant retaining all the original features of a comfortable hostelry.

Offering locally sourced home cooked food accompanied by a fine wine list and an ever-changing selection of local cask ales.

The lower bar area, with its open log fire and carved oak settles, is both relaxed and welcoming.

The restaurant seats up to 60 people and is available for group and private bookings by prior arrangement. The chef is happy to create special menus to accommodate all your dietary requirements.

Accommodation is available in recently refurbished rooms.

Nearby is an 11 acre natural reservoir with fishing for rainbow trout available.

The Crown at High Newton,
Near Newby Bridge,
LA11 6JH
Tel: 015395 30613

Wasdale Head Inn
Wasdale Head Inn, Wasdale

"The birthplace of climbing - dramatically surrounded by England's tallest mountains"

The Inn is situated at the head of remote and unspoiled Wasdale, and if you are seeking the superlative, this is where you will find it.

England's highest mountain, the deepest lake, the smallest church, and the original world's biggest liar can all be found in this tranquil corner of the Lake District.

Wasdale Head Inn,
Near Gosforth,
CA20 1EX
Tel: 019467 26229
Fax: 019467 26334



The Inn at Keswick


"Pub, Food and Accommodation"

A welcoming pub offering a well stocked bar and a varied menu of freshly prepared produce and seasonal ingredients.

Keswick Lodge,
Main Street,
CA12 5HZ
Tel: 017687 74584

Watermill Inn

Ings near Windermere

"Good Pub Guide - UK Beer Pub of the Year 2011"

Up to 16 real ales on at once, all on traditional hand-pulls.

Excellent range of food from a varied menu and constantly changing chef's specials boards.

On site micro brewery established in 2006 and eight ensuite bedrooms located upstairs.

The Watermill Inn,

Near Windermere,
Tel: 01539 821 309

Stan Laurel Inn


"CAMRA Pub of the Season and included in the Good Beer Guide"

The bar tries to feature one brew from the Ulverston Brewery Company (always named after a Laurel and Hardy film), one brew from thwaites and four other locally brewed ales.

The Stan Laurel Inn,

31 The Ellers,
LA12 0AB
Tel: 01229 582814

The Priest Hole


"Great Food in the Heart of the Lake District"

Situated in the 16th Century Kelsick Hall in Ambleside, with it's lovingly restored oak panelling, floorboards and fireplaces.

Serves a mouth-watering, Mediterranean and English menu, all prepared in their own kitchens.

Dogs are welcome on the terrace.

The Priest Hole,

Church Street,
LA22 0BU
Tel: 015394 33332

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