What do you look for when looking for walker friendly accommodation in the Lake District?
• Heart of the Lake District location, check
• Plentiful real ale, check
• Local food galore, check
• Super king-size beds, check
For walkers, these are surely the top four points on the consideration list for accommodation when staying and visiting the Lake District.
With so many people having long commutes to work or constantly toing and froing, dropping off and picking up family, what could be better than not having get into a car once arrived at the accommodation?
Not only is it an even greater break and change from the norm and day to day routine but it is also better for the environment and saves on fuel too.
The Telegraph has recently published their top 10 best Lake District pubs & inns which are naturally very suited to walkers. Now with many pubs & inns offering quality accommodation to boot, each of the four points above are covered too. The Cuckoo Brow Inn at Far Sawrey is uber walker friendly. This traditional inn is very close to Hawkshead, Ambleside and within easy reach of Lake Windermere across on the ferry. Fell, forest and bridleway walks are all on the doorstep yet the location is a haven of peace of tranquillity.
Above all, a warm welcome is required and with the (no doubt highly probable) chance of there being the odd spot of rain when out on the Lake District fells, you won’t be turned away for having muddy boots. In fact at The Cuckoo Brow Lake District Inn, ‘Muddy Boots’ is included in their very welcoming strap line.
Phone 015394 43425 or visit https://www.cuckoobrow.co.uk for more details.