The Travellers Rest Inn

Historic Inn in Grasmere, Cumbria (Lake District)

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The Travellers Rest Inn, Grasmere

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An original sixteenth century coaching inn on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Grasmere The Travellers Rest epitomises the traditional Lakeland inn. Full of old world charm and character with oak beams and inglenooks roaring log fires in winter and beer gardens with panoramic views in summer comfortable bedrooms real ales and award winning food. The Travellers Rest Inn offers nine letting bedrooms comprising seven double and two twin rooms which all have en suite facilities (shower basin and toilet).

All bedrooms have wonderful views of the surrounding fells and are individually furnished with colour television and tea & coffee making facilities. Our bar restaurant popular with locals and tourists alike presents an extensive menu of award winning food featuring local and provincial dishes. Our traditional bar features many local real ales an extensive cellar of fine wines and a wide range of malt whiskies.

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