Coledale Inn, Braithwaite

December 29, 2011
  • A Victorian country inn with loads of character
  • Set on the slopes of Grisedale Pike
  • Many excellent walks form the door

Standing above the village of Braithwaite and nestling within the fells of Newlands and the Coledale Round lies the Coledale Inn. The inn is full of character, being built at the beginning of the Victorian era and starting life as a Woolen Mill it has retained its charm and historical feel. The bar and restaurant offer a pleasant and relaxing end to a big day on the fells and with its prime situation amongst many of the best walking in the Lake District is a great midweek or weekend break for those wanting to enjoy the area.

Families are very welcome and the inn will provide a packed lunch for those heading out for the day.

Further Information and to book

For more details contact the Coledale Inn direct

Area Information

Keswick & the North

Walks Nearby

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