The Troutbeck Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Troutbeck Inn
Lake District
CA11 0SJ

The Troutbeck Inn, Troutbeck

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The Troutbeck Inn, in the quiet hamlet of Troutbeck, was once the Station Hotel when the railway was still operating between Penrith and the west coast. It is now a 4 Star Country Inn with Cottages. There are 7 newly refurbished ensuite bedrooms including doubles, twin, family and single plus 3 self catering cottages.

Most of the bedrooms offer wifi connection and wonderful views of the surrounding fells, plus complimentary tea and coffee making facility and freeview television. The Troutbeck Inn is open to both residents and non-residents in our bar, loungebar and restaurant (for restaurant dining it is recommended that you book in advance). Dinner is from an a la carte menu which is freshly prepared using the best quality ingredients sourced locally where possible.

To compliment your meal we have a carefully selected wine list and full bar with local real ales. Lunch is served in the bar and lounge/bar. We welcome well behaved dogs in all of our bedrooms by prior arrangement, but must not be left in the room unattended.

Residents and non-residents who wish to dine with their pet can do so in the bar. Troutbeck is ideally situated for fell walking, both Blencathra and Helvelyn are just a short distance away. Ullswater lake is 5 miles and the popular market towns of Keswick and Penrith are both 8 miles away.

We look forward to welcoming you and are sure you will have an enjoyable stay with us at The Troutbeck Inn

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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