Inns in Hawkshead

Sun Inn
Main Street

LA22 0NT

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Located in the charming unspoilt village of Hawkshead, this delightful 17th Century Inn has everything to offer those looking for an ideal break or holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life Ideally situated in the centre of the village, the Sun Inn has oak beams and an open fire. We are ETB commended (4 diamonds) and AA recommended (4 diamonds).All our bedrooms are now re-open from the 7th march. We have just fully refurbished all bedrooms to a very high standard, each bedroom is unique.Our new menu features locally reared lamb and beef from the green lakeland fells, as well as trout caught in Esthwaite, only 5 minutes walk away.Hawkshead village, centred around a beautiful church and grounds has magnificent views of Esthwaite Water, Claife Heights and the surrounding fells. The village is rich in history including the Grammar School attended by William Wordsworth, Anne Tyson's 17th Century Cottage and the ever popular Beatrix Potter museum. The central square boasts an array of quaint coffee houses, tasteful gift shops and small boutiques. There is also an excellent selection of sports and leisure wear from the main Hawkshead shop ideally situated just opposite the Sun Inn.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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