Troutbeck's Traditional Inns and Posh Restaurants

Troutbeck offers an unbeatable choice of places to stay at or dine in, from famous traditional inns to a Michelin-starred restaurant.

In the village itself there are two famous Lakeland inns, The Queens Head and The Mortal Man, both offering four-poster beds, real log fires and a choice of a hearty Cumbrian meal or a foaming pint of real ale.

Or for something a bit more special, about a mile down the Troutbeck valley we've got two wonderful country-house hotels at Holbeck Ghyll and Broadoaks. Both are truly splendid and a bit posh. (They are both listed in the Michelin Guide, and Holbeck Ghyll's restaurant even boasts a covetted Michelin star.)


The Mortal Man Inn
• Twelve bedrooms each with its own glorious view of the Troutbeck valley
• Lunch and evening menu in cosy traditional bar
• Extensive beer garden
• 45+ cover Garburn restaurant ideal for parties and functions
• Tel: 015394 33193
• Web:


The Queen's Head Hotel
• Re-opened in 2017 after a beautiful (£2 million!) refurbishment
• 10 en-suite guest bedrooms all named after Lakeland fells
• Famous bar, constructed from an Elizabethan four poster bed
• Hearty classic and Cumbrian pub food
• Tel: 015394 32404
• Web:


Holbeck Ghyll Hotel
• One of the Lake District’s finest luxury hotels
• 19th century hunting lodge with many Arts and Crafts details
• Breathtaking views over Windermere
• Michelin star restaurant
• 23rd in UK Good Food Guide
• Tel: 015394 32375
• Web:


Broadoaks Hotel
• Original Arts and Crafts architecture
• Beautiful bedrooms and suites, each the epitome of country elegance
• Michelin-reccommended restaurant
• Light lunches and afternoon teas
• Oak music room with Bechstein piano
• Secluded gardens
• Ideal for weddings
• Tel: 015394 88766
• Web:

All the above information has been compiled from each hotel's own website, and we are not responsible for its content. Please check these websites for the latest updates.

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