The Mortal Man

Historic Guest Accommodation in Troutbeck, Cumbria (Lake District)

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Troutbeck, Near Windermere
LA23 1PL

The Mortal Man, Troutbeck

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Beneath the rugged fells of Troutbeck Valley, just outside Windermere and Ambleside in the English Lake District, lies The Mortal Man. An established traditional Lake District Inn since 1689, it resides over the wonderous panoramic views of Lakeland mountains that have captivated the great minds through the centuries.Today, under new ownership, the Mortal Man continues to inspire and charm its visitors. Based in the heart of the Lake District it is the perfect base for Lakeland walks or to take a trip on Lake Windermere and wander the beautiful towns and villages close-by.

Whether you are searching for Lake District Accommodation, traditional Lake District food or a Lake District beer, the Mortal Man has it all.

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From: £35.00

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