External Website Links
- The White Horse link - The White Horse Inn is a quintessential Country Pub with great pub food, open fires, local ales and a warm welcome.
Located just outside the picturesque village of Threlkeld at the foot of the Blencathra and Sharp Edge, it is ideal for trekking, with paths to the mountains immediately from the beer garden. The Inn remains a popular stop for thirsty cyclists and walkers alike. Dogs are very welcome.
Map of the local area including Near Howe, local pubs and the farm shop
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- The Boot and Shoe link - The Boot and Shoe is a traditional family owned village pub, situated in Greystoke Cumbria, a stone throw away from the Lake District National Park. We provide a friendly welcoming service with traditional homemade food and locally produced real ale as well as a wide selection of wines and spirits.
The pub is an old coach house steeped in history and we are located in the centre of Greystoke on the village green. Ideally located to visit the home of Tarzan or visit the Gordon Richards stables. Whatever your desires call into The Boot and Shoe and relax with a drink and some delicious homemade food.
The Sportsman's Inn - Troutbeck - 01768 483 231
Snuggled at the top of the Northern most Fells, just handy off the A66 between Penrith and Keswick, pop in and see us, day or night, well not to late.
Whether you are looking for a rich Italian blend mid morning coffee and homemade cake on the terrace (or by the open fire in the Winter) with free Wi-Fi of course, quaffing a glass of wine, a Pimms, or a pint of our award winning cask ales. Perhaps you prefer a comforting homemade evening supper dish in or around the traditional Lakeland bar, or even the full monty from the restaurant, choosing from the Sportsman's evolving menu with fresh exciting daily alternatives, you can expect and will receive a warm Loftus Family welcome.
- The Sally link
- The Horse and Farrier Inn link - Built in 1688 and situated beneath Blencathra, with stunning views looking over towards the Helvellyn Range, this traditional Lakeland Inn offers such a peaceful place to enjoy a restaurant which is well known locally for the quality and imagination of its food. The bar serves some of the best Jennings real ales in the Lake District.
- The Troutbeck Inn link
- The Mill Inn link - Lying at the base of Souther Fell and Blencathra in the tranquil and unspoilt village of Mungrisdale, The family run pub aims to provide excellent home cooked food and well-kept cask ales. Their friendly and attentive team are on hand to look after you. Perhaps the most important aspect of the Mill Inn is that it is a true community pub, with regular visitors and a good ambience. The Inn is featured in the Good Pub Guide and the Which Guide to Good Pubs, both independent guides with recommendations coming from their customers. Why not try one of their award winning home cooked pies.
- The George Hotel link - Situated in the centre of Keswick, The George is the town's oldest coaching inn, carefully restored to its former glory. The hotel consists of a welcoming wood beamed bar, a cosy seating area with an adjoining a-la-carte restaurant.
- The Horse and Farrier Inn link
- The Herdwick Inn link
- The Old Crown link - The first public house to become a co-operative in the country, the Old Crown and its micro-brewery are well worth a visit.
- Siennas Bar link - A great family run bar & restaurant in Keswick town centre where you can get a coffee, a cocktail, a snack or a great steak.
- Grants of Castlegate
- The Gate Inn link
- Loose Box Pizzeria link
- Lyzzick Hall link
- The Golden Hill Chinese link
- Morrels link
Dining at Home in Your Cottage at Near Howe
- Choice Catering link
Why not treat yourself, and be pampered in your Cottage, by letting someone else do the cooking for you!
- Hesket Newmarket Brewery link - Hidden away in a fellside village in the northern Lake District lies the Hesket Newmarket Brewery, producing one of the widest ranges of distinctive and full flavoured real ales in the country.
- Jennings Brewery link - From a base of just 16 licensed outlets in 1887, the Company has built an estate of well over 100 pubs, stretching from its Lake District roots, to Lancashire, Cheshire, Yorkshire and the north east of England. Pure Lakeland water is still used for brewing, drawn from the brewery's own well, and only the finest ingredients are added, including malt made from Maris Otter barley grown in Norfolk, Golding hops from Kent and Fuggles hops from Herefordshire.