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Cross Keys Hotel

Milnthorpe


"A traditional coaching inn on the doorstep of the English Lakes, Lune Valley and the Cartmel and Furness Peninsulars"

This family run, eight bedroom hotel is surrounded by a wealth of history, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as Leighton Moss, and a wide range of visitor attractions.

Offers interesting a la carte or traditional bar menus and holder of several Hartleys Best Kept Cellar awards.


The Cross Keys Hotel,
1 Park Road,
Milnthorpe,
Cumbria,
LA7 7AB
Tel: 015395 62115
Fax: 015395 62446


www.thecrosskeyshotel.co.uk
 

Hesket Newmarket Brewery

Wigton


"One of the smallest breweries in England, producing one of the widest ranges of real ales in the country"

Over the last 10 years Hesket Newmarket beers have won many awards at CAMRA and other beer festivals up and down the country.

For example, Doris' 90th Birthday Ale won the 'Cumbria Challenge' at Kendal's 1997 Micro Beer Festival, and Catbells Pale ale was declared winner at CAMRA's 1997 Merseyside Festival. 

In 2000 Solway CAMRA presented Brewery Manager Mark Graham with a special award for "high quality brewing and services to real ale".


Hesket Newmarket Brewery,
Old Crown Barn,
Hesket Newmarket,
Wigton,
Cumbria,
CA7 8JG
Tel: 016974 78066


www.hesketbrewery.co.uk
 

Newfield Inn

Broughton-in-Furness


"Welcome to the Lake District's best kept secret, the Duddon Valley"

Situated in Wordsworth's favourite valley, this 17th-century free house is popular with walkers and climbers.

The Newfield Inn is a family-owned establishment offering a good range of cask ales from Theakstons, Jennings and the Coniston Brewery and a wide selection of malt whiskies.


Newfield Inn,
Seathwaite,
Duddon Valley,
Broughton-in-Furness,
Cumbria,
LA20 6ED
Tel: 01229 716208


www.newfieldinn.co.uk
 

Vegetarian Restaurants


For the most discerning vegetarian palettes
 
Food & Drink - 4

Woodend Cookery

Egremont


"Informal cookery demonstrations in beautiful surroundings"

These take place in a private kitchen in small groups with plenty of opportunity for tasting and chat.

Both traditional and modern techniques will be used with an emphasis on the use of seasonal and local produce.

Recipe sheets for the demonstrations will be available to take home.


Woodend Cookery,
Woodend House,
Woodend,
Egremont,
Cumbria,
CA22 2TA
Tel: 01946 813017


www.woodendcookery.co.uk
 

Eagle & Child Inn

Staveley


"Relax by the log fire with a fine wine or real ale and indulge in one of the tasty dishes from our interesting and varied menu"

Provides a superb beer garden by the river, tranquil gardens and terrace to the rear.

Offers top quality accommodation and the Redmond Suite which can be booked for functions.

Eagel & Child Inn,
Kendal Road,
Staveley,
Near Kendal,
Cumbria,
LA8 9LP
Tel: 01539 821320


www.eaglechildinn.co.uk
 

Prince of Wales

Broughton-in-Furness


"An award winning Brew Pub, home to the Foxfield Brewery"

An ever-changing range of beers that always includes a Mild and usually a beer from Tigertops or Foxfield Brewery.

Draught foreign wheat beer and a Belgium or German beer (a rarity for this country) and Scrumpy Cider are normally available.

A warm friendly atmosphere with an open fire in the Winter and a variety of bar games including Shove Ha'penny, Darts, Dominoes, Bar Billiards & Pinball.


The Prince of Wales,
Foxfield,
Broughton-in-Furness,
Cumbria,
LA20 6BX
Tel: 01229 716238


www.princeofwales foxfield.co.uk
 

Dog Friendly Pubs


Dog Friendly pubs where you can eat out with your well behaved dog.
 

 

 

Abbey Tavern

Barrow-in-Furness


"Family run business offering good food and quality accommodation"

Located within the grounds of Furness Abbey.

Friendly staff ensure that your evenings are enjoyable, whether you are relaxing in the pleasurable surroundings of the dining area or having a drink in the licenced bar.


The Abbey Tavern,
Abbey Approach,
Barrow-in-Furness,
Cumbria,
LA13 0PJ

Tel: 01229 825 359

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Coach House Swiss Restaurant

Wigton


"Traditional Lakeland & Swiss Cuisine"

The restaurant has an excellent reputation throughout the Lake District and Cumbria for good food from traditional Lakeland dishes to those with a strong Swiss influence, such as fondue and roesti.

Coach House Swiss Restaurant,
Whitehall,
Mealsgate,
Wigton,
Cumbria,
CA7 1JS
Tel: 016973 71388

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Black Bull Inn

Coniston


"Built around 400 years ago, about the time of the Spanish armada, as a coaching Inn providing accommodation for travellers, coachmen and horses"

The Inn is situated beside the beck and in the shadow of the 'Old Man' mountain. The Big Toe of the Old Man is a large piece of stone set in the wall of the Black Bull residents lounge.

Quality bar meals are served all day together with Chef's Specials

The Black Bull,
Coppermines Road,
Coniston
Cumbria
LA21 8HL
Tel: 015394 41335                 


www.blackbullconiston.co.uk
 

Supermarkets

Supermarkets

Supermarket and convenience store locations.
 

The Miners Arms

Alston


"A traditional 1700's pub"

At 1500ft above sea level in a designated area of natural beauty, The Miners Arms can lay claim to be the highest village pub in England. 

If you like excellent food, great beer  the warm feel of  wood burning fires and friendly family hospitality or you just like drinking at altitude - try The Miners Arms.

The Miners Arms,
Nenthead,
Alston,
Cumbria,
CA9 3PF
Tel: 01434 381427


www.nenthead.com
 

Queens Head Hotel

Troutbeck


"With log fires, slate floors and low beamed ceilings - this is the archetypal  Lakeland inn"

The Queen's Head is  a 17th Century inn on the ancient coaching route which ran between Windermere and Penrith.

This hostelry, dating back almost 400 years, nestles within the tranquil Troutbeck valley with unsurpassed  views of Garburn Pass, High Street and Ill Bell Ridge.

Fifteen characterful bedrooms, a highly rated restaurant and a welcoming bar make The Queen's Head a must for all visitors to the English Lake District 


The Queens Head Hotel,
Townhead.
Troutbeck,
Windermere,
Cumbria,
LA23 1PW
Tel: 015394 32174
Fax: 015394 31938


www.queensheadhotel.com
 

Coniston Brewing Company

Coniston


"The home of some of Britain's finest beers"

This outstanding brewery where Bluebird Bitter is made, is hidden away behind the Black Bull and uses only the finest ingredients in their brewing process.

The water used by the brewery comes from high up on the fells surrounding Coniston.

The Coniston Brewing Company Ltd.
Coppermines Road,
Coniston
Cumbria
LA21 8HL
Tel: 015394 41133
Fax: 015394 41177

www.conistonbrewery.com
 
 

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