A 17th Century coaching Inn with original oak beams slate floors and two woodburning stoves, situated in the Lake District National Park in the quiet hamlet of Bouth, popular with locals and tourists alike, surrounded by fields, fell and woodland which offer some excellent low level sometimes hilly walking and mountain biking, just a 20 minute walk or cycle from the pub presents magnificent views of the Rusland Valley, Coniston Old Man and Morecambe Bay.
The horseshoe shaped bar boasts six real ales all cask marque inspected which include Cumbrian brews from Coniston Brewery, Ulverston and Jennings the remaining pumps feature changing guest beers from around the UK.
Food is freshly cooked to order using local Beef, Lamb, Pork, Fish and Game.
Take Junction 36 M6 follows signs for A590 Barrow-in-Furness for approx 15 miles first right turn after Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway signposted Bouth, first left and follow for 1.5 miles into the village.
You can check in from 04:00. You need to check out by 10:00.