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Greyhound Inn
Grizebeck
Cumbria

LA17 7XJ | View map

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The Greyhound is a 300 year old Country Inn just on the edge of The Lake District National Park.Our comfortable cottage-style rooms are all en-suite with tea/coffee, TV, Towels & Toiletries provided.The Greyhound is ideally situated for walkers,ramblers, cyclists & tourists.From our location it is easy to reach most of the South Lakeland attractions including the Wildlife Park, Barrow Dock Museum, Sellafield Visitor Centre, Ravenglass/Eskdale Miniature Railway, Go Ape in Grizedale forest & of course the Southern Lakes of Windermere & Coniston. We are also close to some stunning coastline & sea fishing areas.Well behaved Pets & children are welcome. Two of our rooms are family sized. Dogs are allowed in any except the Four-poster bedroom.Our prices include Full English or Vegetarian BreakfastWe serve home-cooked meals every evening from 6pm & Friday, Saturday & Sunday lunches 12 til 2pm.Packed lunches & hot flasks can be provided for your trips out exploring.The cosy bar at The Greyhound serves a selection of real ales, draft beers & largers.plus a good range of wines, spirits & soft drinks, including teas & coffees.Meals & drinks can be enjoyed outdoors on sunny days or by an open fire in the bar on cold evenings.You are assured of a warm welcome any time of year.Contact us for further enquiries.

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