Category Archives: Pubs

The Angel Inn

The Angel Inn is in a great location for your Lake District holiday, just a short drive from all the main areas of the lakes, the most outstanding area of natural beauty in all of England. Most famous for the author Beatrix Potter, the poet William Wordsworth, John Ruskin, not to mention the tallest mountain in England

The Masons Arms at Strawberry Bank

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              The Masons Arms is a truly unique Lakeland experience. It is close to all the wonderful attractions the Lakes has to offer. Located a short drive away from the south eastern shore of Lake Windermere and the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway which links to Bowness, Windermere and Ambleside. Amazing scenery abounds

The Watermill inn and brewery.

The Watermill inn and brewery is located in the small village of Ings, just 2 miles to the south-east of the lovely Lake District town of Windermere. The Watermill inn and brewery is situated nearby the A591 (main road from Kendal to Windermere). It in is in a great location for walking, cycling or driving through the National

The Pheasant

Located at the foot of sale Fell and near to Bassenthwaite Lake, you will find the peaceful Pheasant Inn. Built in the 17th century the Pheasant was a favourite of John Peel and has continued entertaining travellers for over 300 years with its traditional Lake District atmosphere and tasty local food. The pheasant has a

The Sun – Coniston

The Sun at Coniston is a pub, diner and four-star Inn. With an excellent location beneath the mountain of Coniston old man, the Sun Inn overlooks the picturesque village of Coniston. At the centre of the Sun Inn is an excellent pub with lots of character including stone walls, oak beams and a bar made from local

The Plough at Lupton

The Plough at Lupton was built in around 1760. At that time the inn was mainly for travellers who used it as a rest stop near the local Turnpike on the modern-day road between Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale. The Plough offers great views of Farleton Knott, an ancient landmark which was used as a Beacon Hill to

The Drunken Duck Inn and Restaurant

Having been owned by the same family since its purchase in the 1970s the drunken duck has seen many changes over the generations. The duck supposedly got its name when a landlady found the ducks lying on the road and assumed that they were dead. She started to pluck them and prepare them for dinner, but the ducks weren’t

The Mortal Man

  The Mortal Man is located beneath the enchanting fails near Windermere and Ambleside in an area called the Troutbeck Valley. It is a well-established traditional Lakeland in having been in the area since 1689 it has amazing views of the wondrous panorama that make up the central Lakeland Mountains as seen by the poets and artists who visited

Woolpack Inn

The Woolpack Inn is a bed and breakfast come up located in the beautiful village of Eskdale in the Lake District. Take your foot off the gas and three the wonderful fresh air, fresh beer, tasty food and a wonderful Lakeland atmosphere, located at the top of one of the most beautiful valleys in all

The Kirkstile Inn

Located just between the lakes of Crummock Water and Loweswater, the Kirkstile Inn has been around for over 400 years. There are many attractions here which keep the visitors coming year on year. In fact the beauty of the area that attracted the painters and poets of yesteryear remains intact today. There is a back

The Old Crown Pub

The Old Crown is located in a really beautiful North Cumbrian village called Hesket Newmarket. The pub really is unique in that it is owned by a cooperative of around 100 supporters and local residents. It is believed that the Old Crown is the first cooperatively owned pub in the UK. The group really is