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Check out these Great Cumbrian Pubs when you are visiting the Lakes. Cask ales , fine foods and old worlde atmosphere of the Great Cumbrian Pubs sets the scene for a perfect Lakes Break . It is not only the walking, beautiful scenery, the lakes , rivers & streams that are so delightful it is also the great Lakes District pubs where one can receive the reward for all the physical endeavours! Enjoy The Lakes .


Broughton Mills. The Blacksmith's Arms in Broughton Mills dates back to 1577. The pub features in many guides including the The Good Pub Guide and The Good Beer Guide. It remains the only pub in the Lake District listed in the National Inventory of historic pubs.


Casterton. Pheasant Inn is a traditional 18th century inn nestling beneath the fells in the quiet hamlet of Casterton. Just a mile from the interesting market town of Kirkby Lonsdale and idyllically situated in the beautiful Lune Valley. Casterton lies mid-way between the Lakes and the Dales.


Coniston. The Sun Hotel & Inn. An enviable location - under the mountain and over the village. There has been an Inn here for something like 400 years and the secret of a great pub is - good beer, good food, a good atmosphere, a good location & a good time.


Eskdale Green. The King George IV Inn, Eskdale Green, is a centuries old traditional Cumbrian inn offering good food, real ales, malt whiskies.


Great Salkeld. New Dungeon Ghyll is a family owned hotel in Lake District Cumbria with a passion for friendly and quality service based in Langdale near Ambleside.


Hawkshead. Red Lion Inn is a Traditional 15th century Lakeland Inn (the oldest pub in Hawkshead), situated in the centre of the beautiful village of Hawkshead in the heart of the English Lake District.


Hesket Newmarket. The Old Crown is in the picturesque Cumbrian village of Hesket Newmarket, owned by a co-operative of 100+ local people. The Old Crown serves the very best real ales all brewed by the Hesket Newmarket Brewery which stands at the rear of the pub.


Mungrisdale.Lying at the base of Souther Fell and Blencathra in the tranquil and unspoilt village of Mungrisdale, The Mill Inn provides the perfect setting for your visit to Cumbria.


Penruddock. The Herdwick Inn is a charming, traditional 18th century Lakeland dining venue and pub, set in the quiet Cumbrian village of Penruddock, just off the main A66 Penrith - Keswick road.


Sedbergh. The Red Lion pub is situated opposite the church in Sedbergh, Cumbria and serves homemade food and a choice of real ales from local Cockermouth brewer Jennings.Renowned Public School.


Stonethwaite. The The Langstrath Country Inn in Borrowdale is set in the jaws of the Langstrath valley in the quiet unspoilt Lakeland village of Stonethwaite 'The Langstrath', a small local family run haven for walkers and lovers of the countryside, was built around 1590 as a miners cottage.


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