The Strands Inn was originally built as a Hotel and Post House around 1800. The Strands' as it is affectionately known has always been the centre of local life in the beautiful hamlet of Nether Wasdale in the Lake District.This Award Winning Cumbrian Inn is perfectly located with easy access to Britain's favourite view Wast Water' and England's highest mountain Scafell Pike'. Many stand outside The Strands' to watch the fiery reds, oranges and golds glitter then fade over the valley, making a perfect end to the day.Mark and Lesley Corr, the proud owners of the The Strands' along with their family and staff, will extend a warm and welcoming service that is second to none. Enjoy Award Winning beers from their own micro Brewery and dine on sumptuously prepared and locally sourced fayre.Fabled by walkers, campers and sighteers, visitors from all over the world make The Strands' their regular stop over' in Nether Wasdale. We look forward to seeing you here soon!
From the SouthFrom the M6 motorway leave at junction 36 for KendalLakes.Turn right towards Workington (A5092) three miles beyond Newby Bridge.At Broughton take the A595 towards Workington until Gosforth.Follow the map to Nether Wasdale.From The NorthLeave the M6 at Carlisle and follow the A595 (signed Barrow). Turn off at Gosforth and follow the map to Nether Wasdale approx 4 miles.
You can check in from 13:00. You need to check out by 10:00.