One of the North Lakes' most famous inns and formally a railway hotel, the Troutbeck Inn midway between Keswick and Penrith (8 miles from both) is the perfect choice for walking and cycling holidays in the Northern Fells or simply for a cosy relaxing break.
We're a dog friendly inn with a choice of walks direct from our door. Our in-house bar restaurant is open daily to residents and non-residents, with a range of sumptuous real ales, fine wines and hearty meals available.
Guests have a choice of seven rooms including four doubles, one twin, one family and one single with breakfast or self-catering accommodation in one of our three holiday cottages. Our spacious family en-suite sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults.
Most guest rooms are south facing, with all rooms including televisions with Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, free WiFi, quality toiletries and fluffy soft towels and hairdryers. Delicious full English cooked breakfast is included in booking.
A hearty and tasty Lake District breakfast awaits you each morning. Freshly cooked using only the best locally sourced ingredients.
A range of snacks and light meals from sandwiches to hot dishes of the day are served daily in the bar from 12pm to 2pm. Evening dinner featuring a superb choice of locally sourced specialities is served in our bar, lounge and restaurant areas accompanied by an exceptional wine list.
Dogs are welcome in the bar area.
Alternative holiday cottage accommodation includes 2 two bed cottages and a 1 bed cottage, all pet friendly with spectacular fell views.
At weekends we offer a minimum stay of 2 nights bed & breakfast in the inn. We offer a minimum stay of 3 nights in the self-catering cottages.
Why not treat yourself to the perfect New Year's Eve Dinner or a New Year two day package including tea and hot buttered tea cake.
Some of the Lake District's most iconic peaks and lakes are within easy reach of the inn including Helvellyn, Blencathra, Ullswater and Derwentwater -
We can be found at the top of the A5019 just off the A66.