Comfortably sitting somewhere in between country pub and modern gastro, the drunken duck has deliciously tempting wines and award winning real ales brewed in it's own brewery.
Art house cinema that's split over two sites, one next to Zeffirelli's Restaurant, the other down the road in a converted church. There are regular live music evenings too.
Nestled in the Troutbeck Valley since 1689 and holding breath taking views of the surrounding fells, it's perfect for tucking yourself away from the rest of the world.
For the real ale connoisseur there's a bar full of cask ales, some brewed at the on-site micro brewery. Don't worry if you're not though, there's still plenty to tempt your taste buds.
Rest those weary, hiker's feet and warm those weather beaten noses in front of the log fire. Get comfy, as the night draws in and the dram flows you'll abandon all thoughts of leaving the Lakes.
This antiquarian pub has been around for donkey's years and we reckon the walls have heard a good few rambler's tales over the decades.