“Overlooking glorious Lyth Valley, this 18th-century inn perfectly combines old-world charm and contemporary elegance. All different, the bedrooms are romantic and traditional, though each has a flat screen TV and bathroom with under-floor heating and power shower, as well as deep roll-top bath. Superb local seasonal food is served in both the cosy bar and airy dining room. We also recommend its sister inn, the Drunken Duck at Barngate, Ambleside.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
That post-walk pint goes down nicely accompanied by views of Crosthwaite’s pretty church..
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"Head chef Scott Fairweather favours country classics like belly pork, fell-bred lamb, maple-glazed duck breast, partnered by earthy ingredients sourced from the local larder"
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"Subtle chintzes cohabit with contemporary silks and tweeds, Roberts radios with bold, slightly phallic flower arrangements, and in the bathrooms homely Arran Aromatics toiletries with mood lighting."
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)