The Britannia Inn

A Historic Hotel in Ambleside, Cumbria (Lake District)

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LA22 9HP

The Britannia Inn, Ambleside

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Accommodation Description:

A 400 year old Lakeland Inn with oak beams, real fires and small, cosy rooms. Famed for our real ales and extensive menu of freshly cooked dishes, using local produce as much as possible.Situated in the middle of picturesque Elterwater village, with the magnificent Langdale Pikes as a backdrop, there are walks of every variety in all directions from the front door.

3 star rating

From: £90.00


  • Cots available
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Pets Allowed

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