We welcome you to our little piece of England which offers an experience which softer prettier places cannot pretend to match. The Western Lakes and Fells are spectacular and here in this quiet valley there is still the peace and tranquillity that should be Lakeland. There are still more sheep than people!!! Astonishing as it surely is The True Lakeland is unknown to the majority of visitors to the Lake District - we have space to mention only a little of what they are missing. Breathtaking lake and mountain scenery Scafell Pike - England s highest mountain Wastwater - the deepest lake and BRITAIN S FAVOURITE VIEW and St Olaf s - the smallest church. The Biggest Liar in the World who is elected every year in November after a competition in The Bridge Inn all this in the Wasdale Valley. The high level walking and climbing in the area is unrivalled you don t have to be a champion - there are any number of walks and climbs for all levels of skill. Excellent REAL food Cask Marque accredited REAL Ales Log Fires and a reet good welcome . Standards of accommodation today s travellers expect. Home from home for the tired business person and the weary fell walker . The Bridge Inn has an excellent reputation for serving REAL food from our hearty Lakeland breakfast to our home cooked meals which are served either in the Dalesman Bar or the Eskdale Room our REAL CHIPS are legendary. We also cater for informal meetings training sessions or presentations to full company conferences. We now have new facilities available which include a Multimedia Data Projector 92 screen laser pointer and roaming microphone. Carvery/Buffet and A la carte functions available for up to 120 in our function room for Wedding parties dances or christenings. All our 16 ensuite bedrooms are equipped with flat screen FreeView televisions tea and coffee making facilities and wireless broadband. Some of our rooms are dog friendly at a charge.
WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.