The Boot and Shoe overlooks Greystoke. Greystoke a village on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park retains its village green with its ancient market cross that dates back at least to the early 1600's. Clustered around the green 17th century stone houses and cottages are decorated with slate roofs and cobbled forecourts.
A school dates to 1838.
The Boot and Shoe is a traditional family owned village pub situated in Greystoke Cumbria a stones throw away from the Lake District National Park. We provide a friendly welcoming service with traditional homemade food and locally produced real ale as well as a wide selection of wines and spirits. The pub is an old coach house steeped in history and we are located in the centre of Greystoke on the village green.
Ideally located on the coast to coast cycle route why not book a room while on route or perhaps you wish to visit the home of Tarzan or visit the Gordon Richards stables. Whatever your desires call into The Boot and Shoe and relax with a drink and some delicious homemade food. We have a lot to offer with good food drink and comfortable accommodation available so call in and enjoy the friendly hospitality.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Penrith area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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